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“My sincere condolences for your precious. May Gods promise at John 6:40 comfort and give you hope at this difficult time. ”
1 of 12 | Posted by: T F - TX

“We are deeply saddened to learn of your loss of Heather. We know she fought bravely through out her battle. Our family will keep you in our thoughts...Read More »
2 of 12 | Posted by: Randy & Linda Henson - Whitesboro, TX

“I will always remember Heather's positive attitude, no matter what was going on, and her radiant smile. She lit up every room she was in. My...Read More »
3 of 12 | Posted by: Candace Elliott

“May our prayers and condolences go out to the families and all that knew her in this time of sorrow. It was a delight and honor to know Heather and...Read More »
4 of 12 | Posted by: Gus and Sue Taylor - Papillion, NE

“I have not seen Heather in such a long time. But I have thought of her often. And as I sit here I was thinking back to their school days. Heather was...Read More »
5 of 12 | Posted by: Darla Martinez - Eastland, TX

“Prayers and hugs for the family.❤ She was a warrior. I loved keeping up with her on Facebook and seeing how strong she was. Heaven has gained...Read More »
6 of 12 | Posted by: Jesica Allsup-Renteria - TX

“Dan - I have no words to express how heart broken I am for your loss. Heather was such a bubbly and energizing sweetheart. I recall the first time...Read More »
7 of 12 | Posted by: Annie Doyle - Dallas, TX - Friend

“Honey, you fought a good fight. Fierce every step of the way. I cherish every moment I had with you. Fly high with the angels and watch over us now....Read More »
8 of 12 | Posted by: Claire Edwards - Arlington, TX

“You will be missed ”
9 of 12 | Posted by: Robert Henson - Lubbock, TX

“Hugs and prayers for the entire family. I enjoyed keeping up with Heather over the years, and her brave, fighting spirit was (and is) a true...Read More »
10 of 12 | Posted by: Mindy Whitaker - Ranger, TX

“I am so sorry to hear about Heather, so unfair, my thoughts and prayers are with all of you, my God comfort you and wrap his arms around you. ”
11 of 12 | Posted by: Suzanne Edwards Hunter - Blanco

“I am so sorry for your loss. Praying for all her family and friends. ”
12 of 12 | Posted by: Ruby Underwood - Ranger


Heather Danielle Solomon, 39, passed away Monday February, 4 battling to the end in an inspiringly, difficult clash with metastatic breast cancer. She spent her last days surrounded by those closest to her and never faltered in her steadfastness to keep fighting and to #fcancer.

The daughter of Becky and Mike C de Baca, she was born November 5, 1979 and raised in Ranger, Texas. In December 2014 she married the true love of her life, Dan Solomon. While their time together was short, it was filled with happy memories, smiles and laughter, and a deep admiration for one another.

A true "Texas girl" in her core, she loved country music, cold beer, dirt roads and spending time with those who mattered to her. Her spirit was infectious and she would selflessly join her friends and family to help them overcome their own personal struggles, even at her own expense. Most recently she worked as an estimator for Timber Blind Metro Shade in McKinney but will be remembered by many for her years serving Irish Nachos at J. Gilligan's in Arlington.

She is survived by her husband Dan and their fur-baby Murray; parents Becky and Mike; two brothers: Michael C de Baca and his fiance Robbie Smith, and Matt Kennedy and his partner Sabeen Uddin; two sister-in-laws: Kate Mize and her husband Mark and children, and Jess Butler and her husband Pat and son; parent-in-laws Cindy and Mike Solomon; numerous cousins including Monica Stanley; several aunts and uncles from the C de Baca and Kopietz families as well as Linda Miller; and an incredible amount of friends, supporters and fellow cancer fighters. She was preceded in death by her Grandmother Dorothy Henson.

A celebration in honor of Heather's life will take place the evening of March 16, 2019 at Heather and Dan's home in McKinney. Anyone who loved Heather or felt loved by her is welcome to attend.

Please, no flowers or plants. Instead, Heather would want those dollars to allow her war against cancer to continue. You can learn more about metastatic breast cancer and donate at www.metavivor.org.