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OBIT: Heather Lee Wulf

Heather Lee Wulf, 48, of Clear Lake passed away peacefully Friday, July 15, 2022 at MercyOne North Iowa Medical Center in Mason City with her beloved family at her side.

A Celebration of life will be held from 3-6 p.m. Friday, July 29, 2022 at Ward-Van Slyke Colonial Chapel, 310 1st Ave. North, Clear Lake where her family will greet friends and relatives. At 6:00 p.m. a service of memories and prayers will be shared.
The Celebration will continue at the Clear Lake VFW following the service.

Heather was born April 15, 1974 in Mason City, the daughter of Chuck and Vickie (Allen) Asche. Growing up in town, she graduated from Clear Lake High School in 1992. From a young age, Heather was a dedicated, hard worker, who never lost sight of her goals.

In 1998 she married Leslie Wulf and together had beautiful twin girls, Carissa and Cailyn. The couple later separated, but the girls were the center of Heather’s world. She was a strong, loving, compassionate mother who gave everything for her kids.

Heather worked at Alexander Batteries and Alliant Energy before starting her own business in 2009, Clear Choice Windows. The company soon grew and became Clear Choice Construction. Heather worked diligently every day, even up until this last week, to build a company she was proud of. She never let her diagnosis define her.

Though often a little stubborn, Heather finished everything she did with a signature laugh. Whether it was trying new, probably weird, food, helping the girls, telling a good story, or going on an adventure, Heather always found the fun in it. She loved to cook and was constantly trying new foods. Time at the lake with good friends brought her great happiness. Heather enjoyed a good game of bags and was currently the trophy holder at the campground. She looked forward to traveling, camping, fishing, and the great vacations with those she loved.

She will always be remembered for her independent, compassionate, loving personality, and especially for her heartwarming laugh.
Those left to carry on her story are her daughters, Carissa Wulf of Dubuque, and Cailyn Wulf of Waukee, both formerly of Clear Lake; sister, Stephanie “Steph” Holm-Fish and her children, Lindsay, Matthew and Ashley; siblings; chosen sisters, Tonya (Troy) Ristau of Clear Lake and Sue (Steve Shipman) Watt of Mason City and their families; chosen dad, Troy Monahan Sr. and his children, Carrie Rickee, Troy Monahan Jr. and Greg Monahan; aunt, Teresa Asche-Tietjens; Chandler Dean; Nate Mentzer; her beloved dog, Cujo; as well as many nieces, nephews and extended family members.

Preceding her in death are her mom, Vickie Allen; dad, Chuck Asche; chosen mom, Sandee Monahan; as well as numerous aunts, uncles, and extended family members.

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