Heather Jean Wargo

Heather Jean Wargo

Heather’s infectious laughter and quirky sense of humor endeared her to all who knew her. She was an old soul with a youthful spirit and she brought joy and laughter to every room she entered.

Heather was born in Massachusetts, but soon moved with her family to Riverside, where she would go on to graduate from St. Peter’s School. She went on to graduate from Palmyra High School. Heather then furthered her education in Pharmacy School.

Heather was a woman of unique style and grace, never without her signature “cat eye” eyeliner, channeling her inner Stevie Nicks with every step she took. A true aficionado of music, she found solace and inspiration in the melodies of Fleetwood Mac, the charisma of Elvis and Priscilla Presley, and the timeless allure of Marilyn Monroe.

Autumn held a special place in Heather’s heart, where she found joy in the flickering glow of candles, the enchantment of Halloween, and the vibrant hues of the season’s foliage. Halloween movies, crime shows, and spooky documentaries were her go to all year round. Summers were a time of joy and relaxation for her, as she cherished vacations at Long Beach Island, creating precious memories with her loved ones by her side.

With an easygoing nature and a heart of gold, Heather embraced life’s simple pleasures, often dining out at her favorite spot, Dooney’s Pub. There she would enjoy her beloved Long Island Iced Tea’s.

In 2017, Heather found her soulmate, Ed, through a serendipitous encounter on Facebook Messenger. Their love story blossomed, and for the past seven years, she found true happiness in his embrace. Together they enjoyed going to the VFW to see tribute bands of their  favorite 70s, 80s, and 90s bands, and traveling around to their favorite restaurants.

Heather’s journey was marked by her profound devotion to God, her unwavering belief in Jesus as her Lord and Savior illuminated every aspect of her being. Her love knew no bounds, extending to her cherished companions, including her beloved  chihuahua, Teacup,  whom she adored as her own child, and her faithful sidekick Ringo. Heather loved her three children, Chris, Heather, and Cara more than anything.  But, her true love started a little later in life as a Grandma. Heather adored her grandchild, CJ, and would make every attempt to spend precious time with him.

Heather is survived by her partner Ed Bihlear and her children Christopher (Kymlee) Wargo, and Heather (Michael) Schippnick, Cara Bihlear, and her chihuahua Teacup, and her grandson CJ. Along with her Aunt Jackie and Uncle John.

She is predeceased by her parents Gregory and Emma Wargo, and her Grandmother Jane Theurer.

The family will celebrate 50 great years of Heather’s life privately.


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