Rochester, NY – September 17, 2021 at the age of 90. Natalie is predeceased by her husband Milton and her daughter Andrea. She is survived by her sons Michael (Diane) and Robert (Suzanne) as well as 6 grandchildren, David Martin; Jess, Jordan, Jeff, Rachel and Michelle Markowitz.
Natalie grew up in the Bronx, NY and after starting a family, moved to Queens, NY. Later, the family moved to Long Island and Mahopac. After Milton retired, they moved to Boca Raton and Delray Beach in Florida. She only recently moved to upstate NY to be near her sons and their families.
She travelled to many different countries taking many different cruises and was active in military based social events throughout her later life. Natalie never worked outside the home, but was very proud of the job she did raising her 3 children into adulthood.
Thanks to the staff at Ashley Woods in Penfield, NY for their caring and to the amazing nurses at Unity Hospital for all that they do. Special thanks to the Hildebrandt Hospice Care Center for making her final day peaceful and comfortable.
Mike, Rob and all the Markowitz family,
We are so very sorry that you have lost your sweet mother. She was always such a gracious lady and so very loved.
Please accept Our heartfelt sympathy.
Pat and Ron Andrea
Mike and family,
Our sincere sympathy in the loss of your Mom. Our thoughts are with you.
Jesse & Judy Harris
Mike,sorry to hear about your Mom…..Joe let me know yesterday while we were golfing on our home course….Though we only have a small window in life to share with our Mom……we will always have a large treasure chest of memories.Maura and I send prayers of comfort and love to You Diane and the rest of your family.
Mike and family, sorry for the loss of your mom. So glad she was here with you and your family to spend her last days.
Sorry for your loss, prayers to all the family,
My sincerest sympathy and condolences for your loss
It’s now the middle of November 2021 and I still think of my dear friend “Nat”. We were best friends since Kindergarten and kept in touch all through the years until a few days before her death. We were the same age and used to kid about how we got this old! I guess it will take me a bit longer to get used to the idea of her not being around any longer …