In Memory

Natasha Sahadi

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02/18/12 01:01 PM #1    

Pamela Mitchell (Giagni)

Funny, talented, creative and a wonderful friend. Natasha touched the lives of so many people.  We shared so many great times in our years at Start.. She is sorely missed by everyone who knew her.

02/19/12 01:27 PM #2    

Jill Ott (Barry)

Natasha was a friend since grade school as we lived one street away from each other and hung out daily, including Linda Faber Dye. She was one of the funniest people I have ever met. I drove Natasha and Linda Faber Dye to Roy C in my volkswagen convertible and we laughed all the way to school, through school, and home from school because she was hysterical. She was a great friend and I have many, many fond memories of our childhood and high school days! Linda and I spoke to her mother, brother Bob ('66) and younger sisters at the funeral home and they were all doing great as we laughed remembering Natasha. She is missed but will never be forgotten! 

03/14/12 08:28 PM #3    

Chris Carr

Natasha and I remained good friends through the years.  She visited me in Florida a few months prior to her death and I feel fortunate to have had that time with her.  Her sense of humor remained a mainstay of her personality and I shall always remember her laughing! 

03/16/12 06:02 PM #4    

Dennis Reardon

I was granted the gift of knowing Natasha for the 12 years of grammer and High School and a few years beyond. She and my dad had a good natured banter every time we went to The A&P on Sylvania ave. where she worked.

Her sense of humor and her BIG SMILE and LAUGH will stay with me forever!

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