In Memory of

Natalie Joy Anderson

25 Dec 1966 - 05 Sep 2009

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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.

  • 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, Sep 08, 2009

  • to muzz,matt and ashley

    Please accept our deepest sympathy in the sad loss of Natalie. she was a beautiful person who touched so many lives including ours she will be missed terribly.
    Our thoughts are with you all.

    R.I.P Natalie

    Hayden,Michelle,cara,Jenna,Stevie,Steve And Nikki

    Hayden Dickson. Queenstown (ex Alexandra), New Zealand.

    Tuesday, Sep 08, 2009

  • Thinking of you

    To Murray and family,
    We are so sorry to hear of Natalie's death and our thoughts are with you at this sad time.
    What great times we shared at Jaycee Conferences, esp. the Christchurch one back in the late '90's. Also the cricket - Alex. v Winton. Natalie was always there too supporting on the sidelines.
    She was such a lovely person to be around.
    Our sincere sympathies to you all.
    Warm Regards,
    Julie & Ralph Hamilton,
    Forest Hill, Winton.

    Julie & Ralph Hamilton. Forest Hill, Winton., New Zealand.

    Tuesday, Sep 08, 2009

  • Thinking of you all at this time

    Our thoughts and heartfelt prayers are with you and your family during this time of sorrow, Natalie touched so many lives with her smile and laughter, she was truly a special person.

    Donald, merle, daniel and nicole Anderson. Alexandra, New Zealand.

    Tuesday, Sep 08, 2009

  • To murray,ash,matt and families

    I knew Nat for a short while when i used to go to GYM PROACTIVE early mornings for pro-spin .We did relay for life together Nat was most amazing friend i have ever known.I will miss your lovely smile and bubbly personality you where always happy.

    You will remain treasured always in so many peoples hearts.

    This pink rose for you Nat.

    Ginah Da Costa. Alexandra, New Zealand.

    Tuesday, Sep 08, 2009

  • To Murray and family
    Remembering the good times we had 20 or more years ago in Dunedin and on trips to Central with yourself and Natalie.Sincere condolences to you, your family and Natalie's family.

    Chris Sutton. Clyde, New Zealand.

    Tuesday, Sep 08, 2009

  • To the Flockton & Anderson Families

    My thoughts go out to you all at this terribly tragic time. I sadly did not know Natalie very well, but do remember her at Momona School where my sister Brenda, my brother Leslie and I went to school with Natalie, Lee-Anne and Rennae.

    I do remember an absolutely stunning person and saw her at the Momona School reunion a number of years ago and just remembered being quite spellbound by what a beautiful and bubbly person she was.

    I cannot begin to imagine what you are all going through and just want to send all my love and thoughts to you at this heartbreaking time.

    Joanne Wait. Christchurch, New Zealand.

    Tuesday, Sep 08, 2009

  • R.I.P Natalie Anderson

    My name is Leighton Smith (Invercargill). I do not know Natalie or her whanau. I had a near death motorcycle accident in 1990 here in Invercargill at the age of 26 so that makes me 45 at present.

    I would like to take this opportunity to express my deepest and sincrest sympathies and condolances to Natalie's husband and soul mate Murray, and children Ashleigh and Matt Anderson. My heart goes out to you all at this tragic moment in your lives.

    I read of the tragic motorcycle accident in our local Southland Times newspaper and instantly felt the grief and sorrow that unforunately accompanies such accidents as I too am deeply still as passionate as ever about motorcycles.

    The photo of Natalie accompaying her death notice notice in the Southland Times newspaper easily clearly shows a person who has really lived and loved life to the utter maximum.

    I can only but empathize and perhaps suggest to you, that indeed over time, time is the greatest healer of all. Love to you all.

    Leighton Smith. Invercargill, New Zealand.

    Tuesday, Sep 08, 2009



    We are deeply sorry to hear of such a tremendous loss to you all. Our thoughts are with you all,

    Natalie the angels must have needed you for a very special job, as the times we met you, you were always helping out someone, or had time for a big smile and hello.

    Take care

    Stacey, John Cara, Bert , Monique, Annajhay, Jack Waldron. Alexandra, New Zealand.

    Tuesday, Sep 08, 2009

  • Condolence

    Dear Murray,Ashliegh & Matt,

    At this time of sadness
    may you find strength
    in God and comfort
    in the words of loving thoughts of others.

    May God Bless You
    In your time of sorrow.

    Our deepest sympathy,
    Elma & Rex Parkin
    Alexandra Central Otago

    Elma and Rex Parkin. Alexandra, New Zealand.

    Tuesday, Sep 08, 2009

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