Vigil held for RGH nurse

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ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) — The Rochester community is remembering a dedicated nurse at Rochester General after her devastating loss Thursday.

Dozens of co-workers and friends gathered for a vigil at the entrance of Rochester General Hospital Thursday night to remember Keri Heine.

The Greece woman was last seen leaving her home on Armstrong Road early in the morning on July 10.

Greece police tell us that Heine was found dead in her vehicle Thursday morning near a business along 104 in the town of Ontario.

RGH says she was a devoted nurse at Rochester General Hospital for 11 years.

"She just wanted to be part of the team and her intelligence was invaluable," said a co-worker.

"When she came to the floor to check on the patients it wasn’t just rounding for SICU. It was really rounding. She just wanted to know how you were doing. How everyone else was doing if you needed help and she could always help."

RGH will be providing grief support for those who need it.

An autopsy will be performed but police say there’s no indication of foul play.