Heavan Leigh-Ann McDougal Pimentel was born on June 4, 1998, to Thomas Fraley Jr. and Denise Ivey in Tulsa, Oklahoma. At age 9 she and her sisters moved in with the McDougal family and were adopted by Roger and Heather in August 2009. She was preceded in death by her father Thomas Fraley Jr. and sister Cheyenne Humphrey. She was raised in a loving home with plenty of family get togethers and a host of grandparents, great grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins.
Heavan graduated from Kellyville High School in 2017 where she met some lifelong friends. One of whom she still spoke to daily, Hannah McHenry. In high school she participated in cheerleading, basketball, and was also a sports trainer.
After graduation she worked at Ted’s Café Escondido for several years as a server, where she made many lifelong friends who became family. She met Saul Pimentel at Teds and they married May 15, 2021. Together they had two handsome little boys, Liam Hunter and Luca Haze. They forever changed her life. She loved them with her whole heart. Heavan was a wonderful mother and enjoyed taking pictures and videos of her babies and their progress. There was never a time they weren’t matching and dressed over the top.
In February 2022 she left Ted’s for a new career at Ascension St. John Medical Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma where she was a patient rep in the ER.
Heavan was an outgoing person who made friends easily and loved to make people laugh. She had a contagious smile and the biggest heart. Some of her favorite things were getting her nails done, spicy foods, and spending time outside with her boys and two dogs, Moose and Loki.
She is survived by her husband, Saul Pimentel, her two sons; Luca and Liam, her biological mom, Denise Ivey, her adopted parents Roger and Heather McDougal, her sister Luciana McDougal, two brothers Dakota and Hunter McDougal, several grandparents, a great grandma, aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, lots of cousins, and a host of friends from all over.
Her love of life and free spirit will be forever missed but not forgotten by all her friends and family.
Traditions Funeral Home in Kellyville is handling the arrangements. There will not be a public viewing. There will be a memorial service to celebrate Heavan’s life on Wednesday, May 11, 2022, at 5:00 p.m. at West Side Freewill Baptist Church, 1403 S Cheyenne Rd in Sapulpa, Oklahoma. Flowers can be sent to the church anytime that day for the evening service