Natasha Turner

Grand Rapids, Michigan


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Natasha Meyer Turner passed peacefully into the arms of her Savior on January 25, 2013, at the age of forty one. She is survived by her loving husband Mark and daughter Zoe; parents Galen and Thelma Meyer; brother Christian, his wife Alison, and their children: Elizabeth, Catherine, and Henry;...

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To the family Natasha and Mark were awesome people when i moved to 1012 Calvin S.E she and Mark came to greet me with cookie and we became friends thelove she had for people and family was so deep. I truly will miss her. Will never forget her, prays to the family. Karen Putnam

I am in total shock hearing this tragic news JUST today!! I am a neighbor @ 1012 Calvin and WE as a whole family are truly sorry to hear of your loss. I can not express in words what a wonderful person Tasha was to ME personally as well as our family. I will miss seeing her come and go, waving to me with that smile (:

So sorry to hear about Natasha's passing from this life. Even though we did not know her we can identify with the pain and sorrow of losing a beloved family member. May God bless and comfort each family member

Tash, you left us too soon, but you made us all better. Love you.

Though I didn't know Natasha, I am friends with her mother and followed her path as much as I could. It was amazing how strong and how courageous she was and how her family all rallied around Natasha and her husband and daughter those nine and a half years. This is the true meaning of love and the true meaning of faith in the Lord. She is now at peace.

I remember so well Natasha's days with Calvin Admissions department. The first time I was introduced to her I asked if she knew where I could find Boris. Without batting and eye, she quickly remarked with a great Russian accent, "Go check with Moose and Squirrel!"
How full of life she was...and is.

A lovely tribute to a remarkable woman. You are in our prayers as you grieve your unthinkable loss. May the peace of Christ rule in you hearts and minds.

Tasha had a smile that could light up a room. She will be missed.

Tash, you were a blessing to me and I cherish the friendship we have. Thanks for teaching me to drive a stick shift and for sitting through The Accidental Tourist with me. I was bored out of my mind, too. Love and peace to your family. Rest easy and enjoy the adventure of glory that lays ahead.