Natalie Ann Passey
1987 ~ 2022
SOUTH OGDEN, UT–Natalie Ann Passey, 34, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, August 30, 2022. Natalie was the third of four children of Doug and Shirley Passey of Morgan, Utah.
Natalie’s childhood home was in Hooper, Utah. She attended Country View and Pioneer Elementary where she was loved by her teachers and many friends. Our family moved to Morgan, Utah during her teenage years where she graduated from Morgan High School and LDS Seminary in 2006. She played basketball for the school team as a freshman and lettered in track and field.
While in high school, Natalie participated in a humanitarian service project in New Zealand and was introduced to the sport of rugby. She loved the All Blacks, New Zealand’s national team, and traveled to Chicago to watch them play the USA Eagles.
In her senior year in high school Natalie obtained her CNA license and worked at a few assisted living facilities. Natalie provided loving service to the elderly people that were in her care. After her shift was over Natalie would often do acts of kindness for those she cared for by taking them shopping, picking things up from the store for them or attending their funerals when they passed. The past eight years Natalie has been employed at Ogden Regional Medical Center as a Telemetry Technician. Where she helped and supported her team in providing loving care for her patients.
Natalie worked hard and was able to purchase her own home in 2020. She had a great eye for design and was in the process of renovating the home to fit her style.
Natalie developed a love for animals at an early age, raising rabbits, ducks, cats and dogs. She always had a tender heart for animals and loved taking care of hers and even other peoples animals for them too.
She loved the outdoors growing up going to their family’s cabin in the Uintas where she enjoyed riding horses, going on ATV rides, and catching more fish than her dad.
Natalie had many interests. She loved going to concerts with friends. Some of her favorite concerts she attended over the past years were Garth Brooks, The Backstreet Boys, Shania Twain, and No Doubt. She also loved attending rodeos, demolition derbies and other outdoor events. Natalie was an avid hockey fan, supporting the local Utah Grizzlies team, as well as cheering for the LA Kings NHL team.
Natalie and her sister Megan, loved plants. They enjoyed going to the garden centers together and picking out a variety of indoor houseplants. They were excited to share with each other any new plant growth. She also loved talking about her plants with fellow plant lovers.
Natalie loved her nieces and nephews, Aiden, Lila, Ander, Tafton, Mikaela, Jill, Jackson, Saige, and Logan. She enjoyed spending time with them by taking them on ATV rides, taking silly pictures, having movie nights, playing games and attending birthday parties and family events.
She had a huge heart. She was a genuinely kind person and cared deeply for those around her. She was dependable, hardworking, generous and trustworthy. She had a way of making everyone around her feel loved and valued. She had a great sense of humor that was reflected in her quick wit and sarcastic comebacks always making people laugh. She was the perfect mix of love and good humor. She will be deeply missed by all.
Natalie is survived by her parents, Doug and Shirley Passey, Morgan; siblings, Nate (Kristen) Passey, Hooper; Ben (Megan) Passey, Pleasant View; and Megan (Chad) Albrechtsen, Mt. Green. She is also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, and nephews.
The family would like to thank all who have expressed their condolences and shared memories of their association with Natalie.
Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, September 7, 2022 at 11a.m. at Lindquist’s Ogden Mortuary, 3408 Washington Blvd. Friends may visit with family on Tuesday, September 6th from 6 to 8 p.m. and Wednesday, September 7th from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. at the mortuary. Interment, Lindquist’s Memorial Gardens of the Wasatch, 1718 Combe Rd., with a family luncheon afterwards.