Sonia Saulters Heath

sonia heath
Sonia Saulters Heath, 49 years old of Nashville, TN passed away peacefully on July 25, 2022, at home after a long battle against Metastatic Breast Cancer. Sonia was a talented Certified Surgical First Assist in Nashville, touching lives at various locations. Her imprint on this world is LARGE, just like her personality. She will be missed by so many people in so many different walks of life. She leaves behind a wife, Amy Heath, of Nashville and a multitude of family and friends. Her love for animals, especially dogs, have led the family to request in lieu of flowers, donations of dog food are asked to be sent or brought to the family. A Celebration of Life will be on Tuesday, August 2, 2022, at Park Café, 4403 Murphy Rd, Nashville, TN 37209. A “come and go” event from 4PM-6PM. Arrangements in the care of Compassion Funeral & Cremation Services, 6949 Charlotte Pike, Suite 104 (615) 857-9955. We are proud to be West Nashville & Bellevue's only locally owned and operated funeral & cremation provider.

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  1. I have many amazing memories of her and I’m so fortunate for it. Her love for everyone dear in her life was full tilt and it was addictive to be around. She was buoyant and light. Those eyes were always full of spectacular wonder and mischief. She had me cry laughing almost every time I saw her…. She truly lived. There was nothing left on the table. She ate. This plane of existence was lucky to have her. Sonia’s spirit is unquestionably one of a kind. And there’s a crater where she stood. I am only one witness to the timeless love for the ages between Sonia and Amy and I couldn’t be more grateful. -Emma

  2. I was not fortunate to meet Sonia although I feel I know her through the eyes of my daughter, Cora. The lasting impact she had on others will live on through them.

  3. I first met Sonia at a hockey game. Then we started to work together – she was a great assistant. She was always wearing her Georgia gear for her team. Even at the hockey game, she was supporting the Preds, of course, with a little Georgia hidden away. I will miss her great sense of humor. I will miss her ever-willingness to do whatever needed at work. I will miss her.

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