Hmm. Got the shaft out already. Does the bearing housing need to be heated a little for expansion?
Then you did it wrong. The bearing comes out while still installed on the shaft. Shaft w/bearing come out the front of the pump. You may want to reinstall the shaft and use it to help move the bearing forward. I would be a little concerned that you mave have already gotten the bearing cocked sideways in the housing. Heat should not be required.
So put the shaft back in and give it a thump with a dead blow?
At this point (shaft removed) I would say try to push the bearing assembly out forward , possibly a block of hardwood (large dowl or ??) IF the bearing has not come apart you should be able to succesfully get the inner and outer races out as an assembly if your faced with a catastrphic bearing failure and alls thats left is the outer race thats a different set of circumstances ,please chech you PMs Tom