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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 Murray and family
      Our thoughts are with you all at this very sad time

      From Steve and Jenny Harrex and family

      Jenny Harrex. Alexandra, New Zealand. Wednesday, September 09, 2009

    • Bye Nat

      Spin classes just won't be the same without you Nat. I counted on you on those dark cold winter mornings to arrive so I didn't end up doing the class on my own. You always arrived in your black jacket, towel around neck, pink singlet top on and gel seat in your hand and ready for a chat even though it was 6am! You went out of your way to make new people feel welcome. Jo and I will carry on and think of you everytime your favourite song comes on.
      Bye Nat

      Tina

      Tina Hoppen. Alexandra, New Zealand. Wednesday, September 09, 2009

    • DEEPEST SYMPATHY TO FLOCKTON/ANDERSON FAMILIES

      I HAVE HAD THE PLEASURE OF MEETING NAT SINCE WE MOVED UP FROM DUNEDIN. HAVING LIVED ON THE TAIERI, GOING TO HIGH SCHOOL WITH THE LEEANNE AND RENEE.

      IT WAS ONLY A COUPLE OF WEEKS AGO I CAUGHT UP WITH YOU. OH HOW YOU LOVED TO CHAT, ALWAYS ENQUIRED WITH CARE ABOUT MY FAMILY.

      NAT YOU WILL BE SORELY MISSED IN ALEXANDRA. YOU WILL BE REMBERED FOR YOUR VIBRANT SMILE, OUTGOING PERSONALITY. "LADY IN PINK".

      "MEMORIES OF LOVE AND FRIENDSHIP ARE TREASURES TO CARRY WITH YOU ALWAYS".

      KAREN LAING (NEE BUNGARD) & FAMILIES. ALEXANDRA, New Zealand. Wednesday, September 09, 2009

    • A Beautiful Song for a Beautiful lady - The Rose

      Some say love it is a river
      that drowns the tender reed
      Some say love it is a razor
      that leaves your soul to bleed
      Some say love it is a hunger
      an endless aching need
      I say love it is a flower
      and you it's only seed

      It's the heart afraid of breaking
      that never learns to dance
      It's the dream afraid of waking
      that never takes the chance
      It's the one who won't be taken
      who cannot seem to give
      and the soul afraid of dying
      that never learns to live

      When the night has been too lonely
      and the road has been too long
      and you think that love is only
      for the lucky and the strong
      Just remember in the winter far beneath the bitter snows
      lies the seed that with the sun's love
      in the spring becomes The Rose

      Cathy and Woody. Alexandra, New Zealand. Wednesday, September 09, 2009

    • To Murray and children, The Anderson Family and the Parks Family

      Deepest Sympathy in the loss of Natalie. A bright bubbly girl, who always had time to stop and chat with us and enquire about our family, will be deeply missed by us all.
      From the Ashton Family, Wayne and Mary Clyde, Thelma, Alexandra , Rod Addison (and the late Jocelyn), Tasmania.

      Mary ASHTON. clyde, New Zealand. Wednesday, September 09, 2009

    • Muzz, Ashleigh and Matt

      Our thoughts are with you and your extended families at this tragic time.
      Nats, the "Pink Lady". Pink dish cloth, pink rubber cleaning gloves, and more recently pink Hair! We loved the way that Natalie was confident to be her own person.
      She always greeted us with a huge smile and totally positive attitude to life.
      I remember the time that you took me to Mosgiel and we were discussing your courting days. Nats told me how it was Muzz who was chasing her but Muzz argued that it was definately Nats who was chasing him. So Muzz, who was chasing who? You two made an awesome couple.
      Your wedding day was memoriable for us - we arrived at the wrong church and decided that we didn't know anyone at the East Taieri Church so raced over to Outram!
      I clearly remember visiting Natalie at Dunstan Hospital, when Ashleigh was born. Nats looked great as always! You were such proud parents. Now you can be very proud of two wonderful teenagers.
      Take care you guys.
      Love Kate & Harry

      Kate & Harry Stevenson/Cuttance. Invercargill, New Zealand. Wednesday, September 09, 2009

    • A Treasure

      To Murray, Ashley, Matt & Flockton Families

      Our hearts are breaking. Nat, its not fair we didn't get to say goodbye!!
      To know we aren't going to see you walking down the street in Alexandra anymore. How you ever made in back to work because you had to stop so much for a chat with everyone!!

      You were a breath of fresh air girl. You touched everyone in some way- your unforgetable.

      Love Dianne, Blair, Brett, Kyle & Ellie xxxxxxxx

      Dianne Harris. Alexandra, New Zealand. Wednesday, September 09, 2009

    • To Murray, Ashleigh and Matt

      My deepest sympathy goes to you at this sad time. My memories of Nat. will remain with me for ever. A huge heart, wide arms for a big hug when ever or where ever we met up together. A wonderful caring friend to my family

      Rhonda Gough. Mosgiel, New Zealand. Wednesday, September 09, 2009

    • Dearest Natalie

      We cannot believe you have gone. The gorgeous, outgoing, friendly girl who was always so comfortable in her own skin. The girl with the beautiful genuine smile. You were always so happy and bubbly and knew how to make others feel at ease, with your easy-going personality, caring nature and friendliness towards others. You are an inspiration and the world is a lesser place for you not being here. We are so lucky to have known you.

      We know how much you loved Murray, Ashleigh and Matt and the hole that has been left in your family is huge.

      Nat you were one of lifes treasures. You were a great Mum and You and Murray have raised 2 fantastic kids. It is sad you will not see what they make of themselves but all the seeds have been sown for them to be wonderful, capable adults. You should feel proud!!!

      Murray, Ash and Matt we know the pain you are going through and cant even begin to think how you will go on without your beloved Nat.

      Lots and lots of love

      Kirstin, Greg, Asher and Farrin Quin. Dunedin, New Zealand. Tuesday, September 08, 2009

    • Central Otago Princess

      Natalie our own pricess Di. We will always remember you, for your loving ways, always kind, thoughtful, so much fun,always smiling, your wonderful pink hair, a jewel. You will be missed so much. Our thoughts are with your family at this sad time.

      June & Arthur Kelly. Alexandra, New Zealand. Tuesday, September 08, 2009

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