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Natalie was taking part in a motorcycle memorial rally for Donald Anderson, her brother-in-law who had tragically died in an air accident with his father. She was riding pillion passenger on her husband's motorcycle when it crashed at Lake Hawea during the rally to the West Coast.

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    • Dear Muzz and kids so sorry for your loss our thoughts are with you all


      Craig,Emma ,Sophie and Max Duncan

      craig duncan. Roxburgh, New Zealand. Wednesday, September 09, 2009

    • Anderson and Flockton families

      Accept our sincere condolences on the loss of a very much loved one.
      Rennae, and kids. Thinking of you on this terrible day.

      Mal NZP

      Mal & Robyn Parker. Dunedin, New Zealand. Wednesday, September 09, 2009

    • Murray, Asleigh & Matt

      Our thoughts are with you at this sad sad time. Although we didnt know Natalie very well, she always had a smile for you, a wave and a hello.
      We will miss seeing Natalie out doing her fabulous gardens and he early morning strolls to the Gym.
      We are deeply sorry for your loss.
      from your Neighbours
      The Grahams. x

      Ange & Geoff Graham. Alexandra, New Zealand. Wednesday, September 09, 2009

    • for Murray(Muzz) Ashleigh, Matt, and family and friends

      what can you say about the lady who knew everyone and took the time to chat and be interested in all our lives. We have had the opportunity to live across the road and right beside the Anderson family twice now. Nat you always took the chance to say hello or just "had to pop over and say hello" and wave in the car when we were heading in and out with our kids.

      I would also you you out in all places walking with your ipod or cell phone in hand, out gardening bobbing to your music......... the relay for life with your make up perfect and yes your cell phone in your hand, you made us all laugh........ the cleaning of the porta loo's at blossom fest when you made me hold your dazzling white jacket ankle deep in mud so you wouldn't get it dirty.....

      everyone is going to miss you


      god bless


      Lara, Lindsay, Noah and Danielle Irving-Dowling. ALexandra, New Zealand. Wednesday, September 09, 2009

    • Murray and Family

      I will always smile and remember this friendly lady called Natalie, with the Great Hair Style, who bowled up to me and made me feel welcome in Alexandra and not a lonely new comer.

      My thoughts are with you all at the loss of this SPECIAL LADY.

      Ruth Stewart Alexandra

      Ruth Stewart. Alexandra, New Zealand. Wednesday, September 09, 2009

    • Dear Murray,Ashleigh,Matt and family,
      You are in our thoughts constantly. We enjoyed Natalie's love of life and energy. She was always a joy to meet in the street and she was always so positive.
      We are so sorry for your loss,
      Mark and Joss Willyams.

      Mark Willyams. Alexandra, New Zealand. Wednesday, September 09, 2009

    • To the family of Natalie

      I only knew Nat to say hello to and have a brief chat but she always made an impression on me for how positive, cheerful and friendly she was - her characteristic hair was a delight to see down the street - her love for her family and for life was there to see - Alexandra will not be the same now that you are gone - my very heartfelt sympathy to Nat's family

      Kristina Andrew. Alexandra, New Zealand. Wednesday, September 09, 2009

    • To Murray, Ashleigh and Matt

      Our deepest sympathy to you on such a tragic loss of a truly beautiful lady.
      Natalie always had a smile and kind word for everyone - she was never too busy
      to stop and say hello. The beautiful memories you have of her will live forever.
      Love each other as she did. Nothing can ever take away that love.

      Derek, Chrissy and Liam Turnhout (Alexandra)

      Chrissy Turnhout. Alexandra, New Zealand. Wednesday, September 09, 2009

    • Murray, Ahleigh, and Matt

      Please accept the sincere sympathies of the President, office bearers, members, and parents of members of the Dunstan Arm Rowing Club.

      No words can measure the feelings which you are suffering at this time - Natalie had a positive impact on those she met and the community will be the poorer without Nat's smiling face and effervescent personality.

      Pat Cooney. Alexandra, New Zealand. Wednesday, September 09, 2009

    • To Murray and Family

      Our thoughts, prayers and heartfelt sympathy are with you all at this very sad time

      Sharron, Brett, Troy and Luke Brinkley

      Sharron Brinkley. Dunedin, New Zealand. Wednesday, September 09, 2009

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