Natasha Burnett, age 12, passed away January 27, 2019. She was born in Akron, Ohio on June 30, 2006. She was a student at Chippewa and will be missed by her family and friends.
She is preceded in death by her great-grandpa and great-grandma Burnett, great-grandpa and great-grandma Phares and aunt, Natasha Burnett.
She is survived by her father, Ryan L. (Ashley Beck) Burnett; mother, Elizabeth R. Lamp; twin sister, Nevaeh; siblings, Ryan Jr., Alianna, Kaiden, Kameron, and Jameson; grandparents, W. Ray (Melissa) Burnett, Monica (Jeff Hale) Phares, John & Nan Rader, and Melissa Lamp; great-grandparents, Beth & James Rader and Janet & Fred Lamp; aunts, Jessica Hammons Lisa Rader, Jamie Rader, and Katie Lamp; uncles, Chris Burnett, Jeffery Hale, John-Michael Rader, David Rader and Jeffrey Lamp; special teacher and friend to the family, Hannah Hall; dear friend, Cassie Jacobsen “Aunt Cassie”; extended family and friends.
The family will receive friends, THURSDAY, January 31, 2019 from 4:00-8:00pm at Cox- McNulty Funeral Home, 1376 High Street, Wadsworth. Funeral Services will be held, FRIDAY, February 1, 2019 at 1:00pm at the funeral home. Burial will follow at Lockwood Cemetery, Akron.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the funeral home to help with expenses.
What a little girl….
We thought she was “Baby A”, instead she was “Baby B”.
A beautiful twin sister.
Silly thing that we all loved was “Baby A” looks just like Momma; “Baby B” looks just like Daddy and she was a Daddy’s girl!
She was Papaw Silvers Princess.
Sometimes she was stinky bum-bum and then would be so fancy having tea parties.
On movie nights, she loved cuddling with her dad or Ginger, the family dog.
She enjoyed the Warrior Cats. One day she played a song over and over, when asked, “Why she loved it so much”, she replied “You know, it reminds me of my ancestry.” When asked “who?” she said, “My aunt Natasha.” She smiled and said so proudly, “That’s who I am named after.”
Natasha was a jokester and loved to tell jokes. The last joke she told was to her favorite uncle, Christopher, the morning of the day she passed. She said, “Hey Uncle Christopher? Why didn’t the cow want to be milked?” She then followed with, “Because she was not in the mooood.”
She loved making faces, too. She had one that we called the, “Oh Crap! Papaw Hale is mad!” face so we all started making “the face.”
Through Natasha’s journey, in her short life on Earth, she was truly a Nana’s girl and will always be Nana’s girl. She has touched so many people in her short life. When you look to your left and to your right… wow, look how one little girl has brought us all together in this place. God’s greatest plan is still at work, just look at us… she would be happy seeing us all together.