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In Memory

Heather Massengale (Grooms)

Heather Massengale (Grooms)

Heather Massengale Grooms was a lifetime Spokane resident, died Saturday, January 7, 1995 from injuries suffered in a car accident.

She graduated from Ferris High School and attended Spokane Community College. She worked for Medical Service Corp. as a claims processor.

Mrs. Grooms was a member of a non-denominational Christian fellowhip.

Surviors include her husband of two years, Galen Grooms; her parents, Kit and CIndy Massengale of Newman Lake; a sister, Suzanne Massengale of Newman Lake; and her grandparents.


As printed in the Spokesman-Review on Saturday, January 14, 1995.

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08/12/10 12:28 PM #1    

Jennifer Evans (Kirkpatrick)

Heather and I were friends since kindergarten.  She was one of the nicest people I have ever known and I am so lucky to have been her friend.  She was quiet but a lot of fun.  During our high school years, We would drive in her little honda to coeur-d-alene jamming to tone loc! we would also drive to her house during our lunch break and she would make us her famous quesadillas!  To this day I can't eat one without thinking of her! I was living in Seattle when I found out Heather died in a car accident. It was winter and I was very pregnant with my oldest son so I couldn't travel and was really sad I couldn't make it to her funeral.  My parents went to the funeral and they said many of our teachers were there to show their support for her family.  RIP Heather!

09/06/10 10:19 AM #2    

Larry White II

Heather is one of about a fifteen people that I went to school with from kindergarten all the way through high school.  Although we weren't close friends in high school, I will always remember her as one of nicest people I have ever met or ever will meet.

09/14/10 10:35 AM #3    

Tina Benson (Diluzio)

I attended Lincoln Heights Elementary with Heather. I went to her house many times and used to stop by her house on the way to school so we could walk together. There was always such a feeling of home at her house. I was deeply saddened to learn of her death. It's such a shock to have someone that you've known since childhood die so tragically. My heart goes out to her friends and family.

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