Natalie Dominique Alonso

Redwood City, California

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I still cannot believe that you are gone...I know you're up in heaven and have probably already "bumped" into my nephew, "Tommy". He is the reason that I met you. I remember that first day I saw you at Kaiser in the city. You kinda' stuck to me like glue...=O) But I thought it was cute. We seemed to have sooo much in common....even though we were "years" apart...You gave Tommy some words of encouragement that day.....thank you. (At that...

Hello Natalie,
I know you can hear me. Remember me, I am Tommy Graves' Mom. Melody my sister has kept me updated on you. Every time she saw you she would tell me. I felt good inside knowing you were ok. You are a special little girl. I will always remember and keep close to my heart the kind words you expressed to Tommy last summer. We had just found out that Tommy needed a stem cell transplant. You had already had yours. You poked your head in the door at Kaiser 7th floor and just Hi!...

Marta and John,

I just wanted to let you know how much I loved Natalie. She was such a joy to take care of, rarely complaining, always smiling and loving. And no matter how sick she felt, she always looked so beautiful in her fancy dresses!!! I will also miss her sneaking up on me at the farmer's market on Saturdays at CSM and giving me big hugs! She has touched my heart forever and I will always remember her. My love and thoughts are with you always. I'm here if you need...


Natalie's Obituaries

NATALIE DOMINIQUE ALONSO At rest November 6, 2005 after a long struggle with leukemia. Born December 12, 1996 in Redwood City to loving parents John and Marta Alonso. Grand daughter of John and Mary Alonso and of Crescencio and Valentina Pedraza. An invitation is extended to attend a 9:00 am...

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