Jackie and Lisa, So sorry for the loss of your husband and dad. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
I knew Nat for 25 years. He was a "giant" in the world of Probation and Parole and a true Southern Gentleman. His sense of humor was dry and keen, but he was an excellent Probation Officer, respected by the Judiciary, the Bar and Court Staff. If you look up the definition of Probation Officer in Webster's Dictionary, Nat's picture should be there! God truly has a NEW FINE ANGEL in Heaven today. He will be missed on this earth!
Just got back to town today. So sorry to read about Bill. Will see you soon.
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family as you celebrate his life and legacy.
What a wonderful and fun person. I worked with Nat during the time he was on the Va Parole Board. Loved his stories - he had thousands. My prayers are with his family.
Lisa and family, the Thompson, Martin, and Leckie families extend their sincere sympathy for your loss. May all of your memories carry you through this difficult time. Alison
Wonderful memories of this terrific father. Loved to hear him tell an anecdote. He had a million of them. He was a true Southern Gentleman who loved his family. He will certainly be missed!
I had the honor and pleasure of working with Nat while he was Executive Secretary of the Probation & Parole Division and a board member. He was a thoughtful gentleman with a wonderful sense of humor. He will be missed.
I am so sorry for your loss.
Nat was a terrific public servant. He was a fine administrator with a great sense of humor.
Walt Pulliam Jr., Richmond, VA
A wonderful gentleman with a great sense of humor. He will be missed.