(Due to Covid-19 concerns, all who attend graveside services are REQUIRED to wear a face mask and practice social distancing)
While Natira’s path to this point was not a smooth one, you would never be able to tell. She smiled, laughed, and even encouraged others while dealing with her own life. She was a spiritual woman that loved to pray and listen to uplifting worship music. Her immense passion for writing and healing lead her to publishing her first book in 2020, a self-help journal to encourage CNA’s to be their best at work. Natira lived that life at work and at home. Taking care of her family and friends brought her joy and purpose up until her passing.
We “The Family” realize how much she meant to you and hope that you will forever cherish the memories you have. We will miss her kind heart, infectious smile, and positive attitude the most.
She asked to be celebrated and not mourned because she knew a better place awaited us all if we only believe. So, rejoice with us as we say: “We’ll see you later!”
Graveside Services for Ms. Natira Collington Stevens will be held Saturday September 5, at 12pm at Sunset Cemetery. Viewing will be on Friday September 4, from 11am to 7pm at Avery's Memorial Chapel. Services will be live streamed on Avery's Memorial Chapel's Facebook page.
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