Natasha Ramona Williams (1968 - 2013)

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  • "In loving memory. I miss you always my GumBoot, May your..."
    - Pauline Williams
  • "Requiescat in pace. I will miss you. McGruff"
    - A. Mac Phee
  • "Love you always"
  • "So sorry for your loss. My thoughts are with you all."
    - Jo Dawson
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    - Ginny Conrad
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Natasha Ramona Williams was called to God on April 6, 2013 in Juneau, Alaska. She was born November 2, 1968 at Sitka, Alaska to Matuska Emily Williams and Father Michael Williams both deceased. She is the baby girl of the family of 13 children. She is survived by her husband Richard Garrison, children Tyler Williams (Deceased), Ryan Williams, Chelsea Anderson, and Sasha Anderson all of Juneau. Her siblings include: Sue Ann Lindoff, Tillie James, Pauline Williams, and brothers Billy, James, Edward, Howard, Gordon, Kevin and Leon. She also has numerous relatives and adopted family throughout Alaska and the US.
Natasha grew up in Sitka and Juneau, graduating from Juneau Douglas High in 1986. She held various jobs in the community, but her main purpose in life was her children.
Natasha was a cancer survivor, and recently she was having some medical issues which limited her mobility. She loved going on walks and hikes and had to give them up. Her favorite pastime activities were picnics, driving to the glacier and just visiting with her husband Richard and family.
Honorary Pallbearers are Dr. Richard Welling, Wayne Edgar, Tom Manning, Marcia Cain, Grant Smith, Ramona Garber and Dan Collins.
Pallbearers are Theresa Williams, Marie Lutz, Sara Williams, Cynthia Flood, Ivan Williams, Michael Garrison, and Billy John Williams
Memorial service will be Tuesday, April 16, 2013 7:00 PM at St. Nicholas Orthodox Church with Fr. Christopher officiating.
Funeral will be Wednesday, April 17, 2013 1:00 PM at T&H Community Council Bldg located at 3235 Hospital Dr. with Fr. Christopher officiating. A light luncheon will follow please bring a dish to share.

Published in The Juneau Empire on Apr. 17, 2013