Natalie passed away peacefully in her sleep after a long and hard battle with
Multiple Sclerosis, especially in the last several years. She cherished her time as a flight attendant with
Hughes Airwest when being a ‘flight attendant’ was a very special place to be
in life. She was such a fantastic flight
attendant that she was asked to transition offline to become an instructor in the
Flight Attendant Training Department. Even
after her flying days were over, Natalie persevered into a very successful
career in the hospitality/hotel industry.
She LOVED living in San Francisco in her wonderful ‘City’ apartment. After Natalie left San Francisco she enjoyed
life in her condo in Napa surrounded by her lovely things and spending many
hours in her beautiful little garden. Natalie had impeccable taste and class in
everything; clothes, interior design, art, everything lovely. She was one of those women who just lit up a
room; you knew she was there. She was so
vivacious and worldly. Natalie made an
impact on everyone she met along her path; she had many special friends and she
was a special friend to them. Natalie
was brave, hopeful, and never gave up.
She will be sorely missed by all that knew her. Natalie was an inspiration to all.