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Nathan David Heider

July 19, 1985 March 17, 2002
Nathan David Heider
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Obituary for Nathan David Heider
Nathan David Heider passed away March 17, 2002, at the University Medical Center in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Services will be held Wednesday, March 20, 2002, at 5:00 p.m. at the Lowell Tims Funeral Home Chapel with Reverend Abraham "Abe" Salazar officiating.

Nathan was born July 19, 1985 in Altus, Oklahoma. Nathan's parents are Inez and Matthew Bailey of Korea and Daniel "Gene" Heider of Mangum, Oklahoma. Nathan, having parents in the military, lived in various places and was attending Altus High School where he was in his junior year. Nathan was a member of the Junior ROTC program (Air Force). He enjoyed hunting, video games, drawing, listening to music and playing guitar.

Nathan was preceded in death by his Uncle, Enrique Lopez, Jr.

Survivors include his mother and step-father, Inez and Matthew Bailey of Korea; his sister, Linda Nicole Monreal; his father, Daniel Eugene Heider of Mangum, Oklahoma; step-sister, Karli Heider of Mangum, Oklahoma; grandparents, Enrique and Susana Lopez and Donm and Faye Moody of Olustee, Oklahoma; aunts and uncles, Moses Lopez, Henrietta and Armando Guerra, Estella and Antonio Hinojosa, Jessie "Chuy" and Rebecca Lopez, all of Altus, Oklahoma, Andy and Beth Lopez, Santana and Lucy Lopez, Severo and Rosa Lopez, Sebastine Lopez, Raymunda and Joe Walker, Juan T. and Emilia Lopez, Margito and Hortencia Lopez and Juan and Eugenia Lopez. He is also survived by a host of cousins, other relatives and friends.

5:00 PM

Lowell-Tims Chapel

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