Claudia R. Heuck

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Our beloved mother, Claudia Ruth Morawic Heuck, died Sunday December 30, 2018 in Rock Hill, SC. She was born in Niagara Falls, NY on June 29, 1951, the daughter of Joseph and Ruth (Webb) Morawic.
Claudia attended and graduated from Niagara Wheatfield S.H.S and then received her Nursing degree from Niagara County Community College. After passing her state boards, she was hired as a Registered Nurse at Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center where she worked as a charge nurse for twenty years. She left the hospital to work as a facility administrator for the Western New York Kidney Center for eight years, before relocating to Florida to take the same position with DaVita Dialysis in Orange City, FL in 2000 where she loved helping others in need until her retirement in 2016.
Claudia was an avid reader, loved to cheer on her Sabres and Bills and was a NASCAR enthusiast, always rooting for her all-time favorite Rusty Wallace. She enjoyed spending time with her pets, which included several dogs and cats over the years. She also enjoyed spending time in nature, camping, fishing and of course spending as much time with her two children.
Claudia is survived by her daughter, Erica Lynn Heuck; son, Teri K. Heuck; and former husband, Gary R. Heuck. She was a loving sister to Joe Morawic of De Land, FL and Michael Morawic of Bridger, MT; and aunt to James Heuck, Kristina Heuck Knubel, Robbie Morawic and Christine Morawic Universal.
Private Services will be held at the wishes of her family.
In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to the American Lung Association at www.lung.org.
Online condolences may be directed to: www.fortmillfuneralhome.com.
Published on January 5, 2019
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