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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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    • Muzza, Ashleigh & Matt - Expressing Our Deepest Sympathy

      "Death leaves a heartache no one can heal
      Love leaves a memory no one can steal"

      From all of us that had the priveledge of Natalie's fun-loving company and friendship on our memorable Boston rowing trip last October. We will always have very fond memories of Nat's as she was someone so very special to us all.

      Boston Rowing Crew and Families

      Boston Rowing Crew & Families. Alexandra, New Zealand. Wednesday, September 09, 2009

    • Hi Muz
      My thoughts are with you and your family at this terribly sad time Nat will be missed by us all sorry I wont be with you tomorrow but my thoughts certainly will be

      Bob Johnston . Alexandra, New Zealand. Wednesday, September 09, 2009

    • To the Anderson and Flockton Families

      You have a special place in our thoughts.
      Natalie, Admired for her joy and jest for life.
      She gave everyone colour on a gray day
      Our hearts go out to you all.

      Michael & Debbie Vercoe. Galloway, New Zealand. Wednesday, September 09, 2009

    • To the Anderson & Flockton Family and friends

      I first met Natalie when working at Alexandra Health 2000 trying to find a remedy to help keep her lovely long nails strong and beautiful! What I suggested she try worked so well she started recommending the product to other customers so I guess we owe Nat some sales commission somewhere along the line!!!

      We had lots of laughs and she was always a pleasure to chat to and serve. The world will be a little more empty, the days a little longer, but the stars up above will shine so bright.

      My thoughts go out to the respective family and friends - may you find strength in each other to get through the tough times ahead and take comfort in the wonderful memories left behind.

      Annette McLean (nee Milne). Alexandra, New Zealand. Wednesday, September 09, 2009

    • Murray, Ashleigh, Matt and the extended Anderson family

      Dick and I are shocked at Natalie's tragic death, and our loving thoughts and sympathy go to you, Murray, as this is especially difficult for you to come to terms with.

      May God grant you, Ashleigh and Matt the strength, faith and hope to continue your lives in Natalie's absence, using her example of cheerfulness, kindness and friendliness for all your lives.

      She is so sadly missed. An Icon of Alexandra - taken too soon.

      From Beth and Dick McArthur

      Beth and Dick McArthur. Alexandra, New Zealand. Wednesday, September 09, 2009

    • Dear Nat

      Thursday night at the club will never be the same without your gorgeous smiley face and vibrant personality there. You always made the effort to speak and ask how my girls were going and what they were up to.

      You have left an impression on us all and your memory will be everlasting.

      To Muzz, Ashleigh and Matt, I cant even imagine what you must be going through right now but I know you will have loads of support from you friends, family and the community. She was a lovely lady with a heart of gold.

      Our thoughts are with you.

      Pete, Lisa, Olivia and Nikits

      Lisa Dundass. Alexandra, New Zealand. Wednesday, September 09, 2009

    • Murray, Ashleigh and Matt

      we are so sorry to hear about your wife, mother and best friend. She is a beautiful person and always says hi with a meaning to who ever she came across including my family. Nat you will be sadly missed . our condolences to your family at this very sad time .
      with our thoughts
      Leanne and Craig Degroot

      leanne Degroot. Alexandra, New Zealand. Wednesday, September 09, 2009

    • Muzz, Ashleigh, Matt and family

      Our hearts go out to all of you, we know how much she meant to you. She was one of a kind, an inspiration, had time for all and gave of it freely. The times we spent at different Jaycee events, home and away, will be remembered fondly forever.

      Helen, marty, Susannah and Zoe

      Helen Rendall. Alexandra, New Zealand. Wednesday, September 09, 2009

    • to Muzz and family

      sorry to here the news guys, i have to say i was gobsmacked.
      she was a loverly friendly lady and we all had goods times when she was about. even though its been a number of yrs since we all spent time together we will miss here dearly.
      sorry i couldn't make the funneral muzz but maby we will see yar in chc some time.

      thinking of you all Lindsay & Cynthia Thomas

      Lindsay Thomas. Christchurch, New Zealand. Wednesday, September 09, 2009

    • Muzza, Ashleigh and Matt

      It was such a shock for so many and so unfair that she should have been taken. We are here anytime you need anything Murray, Ash and Matt. We'll help keep any eye out for Auntie Sylvie. Words really can't express the sorrow and sadness being felt at this time and it will be a longtime before this ever sinks in. All our thoughts go to you and your family

      Debbie, Alan, Pamela and Kirsten Blee

      Debbie Blee. Alexandra, New Zealand. Wednesday, September 09, 2009

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