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    First Names:Natalie Joy
  • Last Name:Anderson
  • Other Names:nee FLOCKTON
  • Death Date:05 September 2009
  • Age:42y
  • Country:New Zealand
  • Funeral Home:Harborow & Co Ltd Funeral Directors
  • Published Notices:(9) Newspapers - view notices/order summary
  • ID:80574

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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    • love you Nats you will forever be in my heart XXXOOO

      Natalija Krsinic. alexandra, New Zealand. Wednesday, March 19, 2014

    • Thinking of you Nat. It's been over four years since you were taken from us so tragically. Will be especially thinking of you on Christmas Day as it would have been your 47th birthday. xxxxxx

      Kerry Fenwick. Invercargill, New Zealand. Saturday, November 23, 2013

    • Janet Peel

      What a wonderful woman you were, always so knowledgeable about wool, very kind and helpful. You will be greatly missed. Cheers, Sherry

      Sherry Woodside. Whataroa, New Zealand. Wednesday, November 28, 2012

    • xxx ooo

      I miss you so much!!!

      Natalija Krsinic. Alexandra, New Zealand. Monday, November 05, 2012

    • You are still a missed and dear friend

      Love you and miss you my wonderful friend. you are always in my mind.

      Andrea Krsinic. Alexandra, New Zealand. Tuesday, September 18, 2012

    • xox

      still think about u heaps nat. love u always and forever xoxox forever in my heart!

      Amelia Ryan. Geraldine, New Zealand. Friday, March 16, 2012

    • two years

      Has it been two years already since you died Natalie? gosh, time does go quickly. I sometimes come back and read these pages, people had wonderful things to say about you. we're coming back 'home' for blossom festival this year, will come to see you at the cemetary. I hear you have a pink gravestone, you'd love that! miss you X

      Kerry Fenwick. Invercargill, New Zealand. Sunday, September 11, 2011

    • RAY SAUNDERS

      To Jenny and Family, Our loving thoughts embrace you all during this time of sadness. From your loving sister Marie and family

      MARIE KINGI. Papakura, New Zealand. Wednesday, January 05, 2011

    • I still miss you and don't believe that you have gone

      Its already ben 6 months and it still feels like it all happened just yesterday. I still sprinkle pink glitter for you at your grave. Thankyou so much for looking after my sunglasses until Muzzy found them. I hunted everywhere for them, went to see you heaps as that was the last place I could remember having them, I cried for you and took them off. You will have your flash new headstone soon and you would have loved it so much Nat, its all shiney and pink and will have a bit of bling, Muzzy has okayed that for you. You would be so proud of your kids, they are both doing so well. We all look out for Muzz so you've got no worries there. I miss you Nat so much, you were taken too early for us all to handle. I will still glitter and bling with you every week, All my love, Sharon

      Sharon Gilchrist and Family. Alexandra, New Zealand. Wednesday, March 10, 2010

    • It's taken a while

      It was one of the saddest pleasures of my life to get to Nat's funeral. Strangely enough, my memories of Nat weren't of pink and of the amount of people she knew. No, the memories I have of Nat are of her crazy driving in that wee brown escort, the way she just laughed when the lights in my cortina just died late on a frosty sunday night 20k's from Lawrence. We travelled many miles visiting Muzz and my various girlfriends, and I used to dread the times it was her turn to take her car. Honestly, her driving was so bad back then I wrote a song about it. My memories are of getting told off for leaving crumbs on the bench, those awesome Christmas letters, lengthy annual catchup calls and many laughs. I remember her inspirational trust and love for Muzz, and recall thinking 'gee, if only I could end up as happy as that' many many times. I remember how Muzz used to tease Nat incessantly, and how only sometimes she'd get the joke, which only served to make us all love her more. When I got back from the funeral, I tried to rack my mind for 'pink' memories of Nat, but couldn't. I felt a bit odd about that as I drove, then turned down a street near home and it was ALIVE with the most amazing pink blossoms you've ever seen! Thank you Nat, now I have a pink memory like everyone else. She made me feel unique, and us all uniquely good about ourselves. We were lucky to have her as long as we did. The year of firsts will pass soon enough, Muzz. We'll miss her forever. Bunty

      Mark Bunting. Hamilton, New Zealand. Saturday, January 02, 2010

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