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About Us Memorial Funds Heidi Stoffer

Heidi Stoffer

Heidi Stoffer

Wednesday, May 8, 2013

Heidi was born February 12, 1980 in Dallas, TX to Hugh and Janice Inman. Heidi graduated from Midlothian High School in 1998, where she was a cheerleader and avid tennis player. She went on to graduate Magna Cum Laude from Texas Tech University in 2002. She met her husband, Jimmy, the summer of 2000 at Tech. August 9, 2003, Heidi and Jimmy were married in Dallas. In 2005, she graduated Law School from the University of Houston. After graduating from law school, Heidi began her legal career in Ellis County at the law firm of Wray & Willet, PLLC. Heidi excelled in real estate and banking practices. In 2010 Heidi was named a partner of the firm, Wray, Willett & Stoffer, PLLC.

In her free time, Heidi was a dedicated athlete and reader; she always had her kindle in hand. In 2011 Heidi finished the Boston Marathon and Ironman Arizona and in 2012 Ironman Florida. Heidi was active in her community, and she devoted a significant amount of time to several local charitable organizations. Heidi loved her husband, family, work and sport and will be greatly missed.

Survivors include her husband, Jimmy Stoffer of Waxahachie; her mother, Janice Inman of Midlothian; her sisters, Heather Prather and her husband, Greg of Midlothian, Patrice Askew of Dallas; her nieces, Ashlyn Leigh of Midlothian, Gracie Askew of Dallas, Mattie Prather of Midlothian, Mattie Prather of Midlothian; Nephews, Hayden Leigh of Midlothian, Grayson Askew of Dallas; her aunts, Patricia Burnett and her husband, Bruce of Midlothian and Renee Sutton of Midlothian.

She was preceded in death by her father, Hugh Inman.

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