The Right Experience.
Heeter attended Clarion University of Pennsylvania where she studied Communications and Political Science. After college, Heeter attended Duquesne University School of Law. While at Duquesne, Heeter worked as a law clerk to Federal District Court Judge Cercone, performing legal research and assisting the judge with drafting opinions. Heeter also participated in the law school’s Economic and Community Development Clinic, helping non-profit organizations attain tax-exempt status. Heeter has continued to provide this service for local non-profit organizations in our community throughout her career.
Family & Community
Family and Community
Heeter currently resides in Shippenville with her husband, Nathan D. Reed. She and her husband both grew up in Knox and attended Keystone Jr./Sr. High School, as did their parents. Heeter is the daughter of Dianne (Lauffer) Heeter and the late Craig Heeter of Knox. Her grandparents are Twila Heeter and the late Wendell Heeter of Knox and Maxine Lauffer and the late John H. Lauffer of Shippenville. Reed’s parents are Belinda Reed and the late Donald (“Flub”) Reed of Knox.