In memory of

Heather Walters

May 25, 1955 -  June 16, 2022

In loving memory of Heather Walters, devoted wife and best friend of Marshall Crotin. Loving stepmother to Elana Crotin, Ryan Crotin and stepmother-in-law to Samantha Crotin. Beloved Grandma to Casey and Cameron Crotin. Heather will be remembered as an active and vibrant woman with an impeccable sense of humour. She could make a sphinx laugh with her character impressions, like Marge Simpson and 5-year old, Edith-Ann (mentored by her great friend, Phyllis Stewart); and let's not forget her many comical facial expressions. As a loyal Air Canada employee for almost 35 years, Heather developed her love of travel. She and Marshall enjoyed exploring new destinations and visited nearly 30 countries together across the globe. She had a creative side that shone through in her paintings, gardens and DIY projects you could find around their home. Although she hated talking on the phone, Heather always made an effort to check in and stay in touch with loved ones and her long standing friendships are a testament to that. She had many good friends everywhere, including Scottsdale, Arizona, where she and Marshall enjoyed wintering to the fullest. Her passing will leave a tremendous void and we will keep her memory in our hearts always. Should you choose, your kind donation to the colorectal cancer foundation at Princess Margaret Hospital in memory of Heather Walters is gratefully acknowledged


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Jane Nielsen (Friends from CP/Canadian Airlines)

Entered June 18, 2022 from Lucknow,Ont

It seems odd that we have lost you the same month that so many of we current or retired airline people came together 36 years ago. We are grateful fot the good times, the merriment and the mischief we experienced together . Thank you for being my friend!!

Kelli Latreille (Colleague)

Entered June 18, 2022 from Toronto, ontario Canada

What a beautiful soul. May you rest in enteral peace. My sincerest condolences to your family and friends.

Wendy Morin (Canadian airlines /Air Canada)

Entered June 18, 2022 from Toronto

Heather was a wonderful vivacious lady who will be greatly missed !! Her care with passengers and colleagues was an amazing characteristic.. She laughed and joked and was always a great pleasure to work with .. I will miss her as I’m sure many others will😔 May she Rest In Peace

Kerry meagher (Colleagues)

Entered June 18, 2022 from Vineland

So very sorry to hear of Heather’s passing . A beautiful person inside and out. Deepest condolences to her loved ones

mary bajic (co worker)

Entered June 18, 2022 from yyzapcp ac

Heather is and was beautiful person inside out always pleasant ;kindness was shown ; be kind through Heather's eyes Rest in Peace our friend


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