Heidi A. YorkDeath – Obituary: We are incredibly sad to announce the passing of Heidi Ann (Reisner) York on February 5, 2022. She was born on October 20, 1962, and raised in Bloomfield, CT. Heidi graduated from Bloomfield High School in 1980 and then attended Quinnipiac University where she graduated with a degree in Occupational Therapy in 1984.
She was the daughter of Barbara (Lessinger) Reisner and the late Carl (of blessed memory) Reisner, both of Bloomfield. She leaves her husband Rick York of Windsor, CT, her children Gregg York and his wife Becca of Waltham, MA, and her daughter Melissa (York) Jahne and her husband Chris of South Windsor, CT. She also leaves a brother and sister-in-law, Marc and Lynn Reisner of Natick, MA, and her nieces and nephews Alexis, Jake, Lily, and Jared.
She was pre-deceased by her brother Ronald Reisner of South Carolina. She also leaves her beloved cat, Sammie Kitty. Heidi was a talented Registered Occupational Therapist at Mount Sinai Hospital, Sundance Rehabilitation, and Mediplex Rehabilitation where her passion for helping others flourished. She volunteered for many years for the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation where she was a team captain for the Take Steps Walk “Team Gutzilla” and facilitated a support group for those that we’re coping with all facets of these diseases. Her first passion was her family both immediate and extended.
She had a zest for baking for any and all occasions. She also loved to spend time in Maine visiting Moose Pond, Lake Sebago, family in Bridgton, and eating Grammie’s delicious chocolate chip cookies.
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