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Montecito Memorial Park and Mortuary

3520 E Washington St, Colton, CA

OBITUARY

Cordie Natasha Zahra

February 17, 1990October 29, 2011

Cordie Natasha Zahra, 21 years old of Colton, California, passed away on October 29, 2011 at Arrowhead Regional Medical Center. She is survived by her parents, Nazir Zahra and Kathy Cribb. Cordie was a college student, studying to become a registered nurse. She leaves behind many loving family members and friends.

Visitation will be held on Wednesday, November 2, 2011, 4-8 p.m. at Montecito Cypress Chapel. Graveside service will be held on Thursday, November 3, 2011 at Montecito Memorial Park.

Arrangements under the direction of Montecito Memorial Park & Mortuary, Colton, California.

Services

  • Visitation Wednesday, November 2, 2011
  • Graveside Service Thursday, November 3, 2011

Memories

Cordie Natasha Zahra

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Jessica R.

November 1, 2012

Love you. Still think about you often.

Jenny Ramirez

October 26, 2012

I still can't believe it that you gone Cordie i miss your smile and the way you made everything seem simple. i miss you alot and hope that you better up there in heaven. and you will always be in my life =)

Mary Mildred Flores

November 11, 2011

You are in my prayers dear.

Flor Vargas

November 10, 2011

I didn't know Cordie all that well, but I had the fortune to have shared two classes with her, went to freshman orientation with her, and also part of the SAIL program together. She was a sweet girl with an amazing spirit! She was a friend to all, and had no problem reaching out to everyone with a smile. Rest in Peace, Cordie! You are one of God's angels.

larissa purdy

November 10, 2011

my dearest friend and mentor, I am deeply disturbed to hearths awful news. You had such a beautiful soul. Whenever I needed you you were there. We shared the same birthday and shared such a great bond. I will never forget who pulled me through to push me to be better. You believed in me when even I didn't. I love you Cordie. You woked the hardest and smiled the biggest. My heart hoes out to you. Rip Cordie

Arnold Briseno

November 9, 2011

Cordie was one of my closest friends, and my confidante. I was lucky enough to know her since high school, go to college with her, and even become co-workers. She loved her job - she helped Freshmen get through that first tough year and also helped everyone around her - whether it was about their education or their personal lives. She was always there for her friends. She was a compassionate, intelligent, and beautiful person. There wasn't a day when she didn't make me laugh or greeted me with a smile on her face - she just had that energy that few people have. She was known and loved by many and her memory will continue to live on through all the people whose lives she touched. We all miss her.

Timothy Horne

November 8, 2011

I did not have the privilege of knowing this beautiful young lady but I do know her Uncle and through him, I can tell this young lady was well loved. I am in prayer for the whole family and friends.

Kathy Hoge

November 6, 2011

To all of Natasha's Family:
You are in my thoughts and prayers. Natasha was always smiling and brought a smile to your face with her 'bubbly' personality. Agape,

Crizelle

November 5, 2011

Its hard to express how I feel knowing you're not with us anymore. But I am so thankful for meeting such a wonderful person. I always wanted to have clinicals with you because you were so funny and so cheerful. Being around you was always an unforgettable moment. I will miss you so much and I hope you are at peace with God. We will be better nurses because of you and I will always think of you.
Miss you Cordie! Till we meet again

November 4, 2011

To all of Natasha's family - - Our hearts and prayers go out to you. We loved Natasha so much; we can't believe she is gone. Just last week we were giving her a big hug and telling her how much we appreciated her and her comments. Please let us know if there is anything at all we can do for you.

Lots of love - Dave and Sally Hale (Grand Terrace)

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