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January 14, 2017
Pascale, Gary, & Family
You have our deepest sympathy in your loss. John was a true gentleman and neighbor. He will truly be missed by Judy and I. So sorry we were out of town during the holidays and just received the news last Thursday. John was always there if I needed any help. Gary your dad spoke very highly of you and your brother who passed last year. He was so proud of the both of you. Pascale if there is anything at all we can do for you, please don't hesitate to call. You neighbors Rob & Judy Belville.
January 02, 2017
To the family and friends of Mr. John Natali. I'm so sorry for your loss, but know that you can depend on God always. I've found these verses to be of comfort, John the 5th chapter the 28th and 29th verses.
December 31, 2016
With deepest sympathy, may the power of prayer ease your sorrow, give you peace and provide much comfort for you and your family during this difficult time. (Matthew 21:22)
D. Wilmington-California
December 29, 2016
On December 13, John was on the tennis court, doing what he loved best... playing tennis with his friends. He fell unconscience, having a severe stroke. John spent 4 days in the hospital with Pascale, his companion of 15 years, and his son Dave by his side constantly, as well as myself, his daughter in law Ruthie and his granddaughters Jenna and Katie. He was surrounded by love, and I think he knew it. On his final day, we played Christmas music in his room and spent a nice day with him, hoping he could hear us. He passed peacefully and painlessly. I think if John could have planned his passing, this is exactly how it would play out.
His love for his family was strongly evident, as he especially took great pride in his Grandchildren and Son's. His love for Pascale was tender and sweet.
We will miss his wonderful sense of humor, smile, warmth, and handy pieces of advice. Knowing he's with his son, Gary, I'm sure he's at peace, and sharing laughter and shenanigans with Gary .
December 29, 2016
On December 13, John was on the tennis court, doing what he loved best... playing tennis with his friends. He fell unconscience, having a severe stroke. John spent 4 days in the hospital with Pascale, his companion of 15 years, and his son Dave by his side constantly, as well as myself, his daughter in law Ruthie and his granddaughters Jenna and Katie. He was surrounded by love, and I think he knew it. On his final day, we played Christmas music in his room and spent a nice day with him, hoping he could hear us. He passed peacefully and painlessly. I think if John could have planned his passing, this is exactly how it would play out.
His love for his family was strongly evident, as he especially took great pride in his Grandchildren and Son's. His love for Pascale was tender and sweet.
We will miss his wonderful sense of humor, smile, warmth, and handy pieces of advice. Knowing he's with his son, Gary, I'm sure he's at peace, and sharing laughter and shenanigans with Gary . ❤