Natalie M. Willett
October 13, 1926 – November 20, 2019
Natalie Mamie Skero Willett, of Houston, Texas, was blessed with eternal life by the Lord on Wednesday November 20, 2019, she was 93 years old. Natalie was blessed with life by the Lord on October 13, 1926. Natalie was predeceased by her father Vincent Charles Skero, mother Sally Rose Sedita-Skero, sisters Lucille Antoinette Skero, Hazel Lena Rose Skero, Mamie Agnas Skero-Travelbee, brothers Vincent Joseph Skero, Thomas Johnny Skero, husband, Stuart Gilliam Willett Sr., and daughter-in-law Shyrel Louise Bailey Willett. Natalie is survived by her oldest son Stuart Gilliam Willett Jr., her youngest son Robert (Bobby) Lee Willett, his wife Debra (Debbie) Ann Brantley- Willett, daughter Joyce Isabella Willett-Macon- Leteff and her husband Joe Leteff Jr. Known as Nana to her grand children, Todd Ronson Macon, Stormy Lee Willett- Magiera, Brandy Lynn Willett-Dillon-Sanchez-Johnson, Michael David Willett, Christopher Lee Willett, Brian Marc Willett, and Reagan Nicole Willett-Bellomy, great grandchildren Natalie, Riker, EJ, Madison, Corey, Shaun, Ryan, Taylor, Dylan, Brian Jr., Lacy, Ethan, Caleb and great great grandchild Emmett.
A visitation for Natalie will be held Saturday, November 30, 2019 from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM at Earthman Resthaven Funeral Home, 13102 North Fwy, Houston, TX 77060. A funeral service will occur Saturday, November 30, 2019 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM, 13102 North Fwy, Houston, TX 77060. A committal service will occur Saturday, November 30, 2019 from 12:00 PM to 12:30 PM, 13102 North Fwy, Houston, TX 77060.
Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.earthmanresthavenfuneralhome.com for the Willett family.
- Visitation Saturday, November 30, 2019
- Funeral Service Saturday, November 30, 2019
- Committal Service Saturday, November 30, 2019
Natalie M. Willett
November 29, 2019
I will forever miss you and you will forever be in my heart. You gave me some of the greatest memories of my childhood! Thank you for sharing your weekends with me in your lap. I look at Papa's cowbell and laugh, remembering how he'd wait until you JUST sat back down and he would pull the string, ringing the bell for you to come back in, just to pick on you. Papa knew just how much to get ya going, and you knew just how much to make him smile. Thank you for our yearly overnighters, watching the Jerry Lewis Telethon. You would donate $5 in my name and we would stay up til the wee hours of the morning waiting for, "Stormy Willett-$5" to scroll across the bottom of the TV screen. We would both point at my name, I was so excited, you would wrap your arms around me and hug me tight. Thank you for 5 straight years of Reba tickets for my birthday! Thank you for sharing our family history with me. I will cherish your dinner ring and your mother's mother's ring, passing them on to your namesake, my daughter Natalie Julia Magiera. I look at the photo below, it's my favorite, my "Hollywood Grandma", and I am overwhelmed by your class, smile, beauty, and poise. You have a smile that commands attention and transcends time- there is a piece of your smile that's unmistakable in each of your kids and grandkids. Grandma, you were the perfect matriarch! In a time where women couldn't vote, where women fought their way into the workforce, where women were beginning to stampede a path so the women who followed you had the freedoms they do today! I think my fondest and most precious memories with you are all those times we sat at the table, looking at the framed tapestry of "The Last Supper" and debating whether or not Mary Magdalene is at the table next to Jesus. I look at it every day, hanging up in my study, and I believe you are correct, she is at the table! And now, you are at the table with Jesus too. Share your smile with the Angels Grandma. Wait for me, I will see you soon.
November 27, 2019
We are so sorry for your loss. Sending love and hugs. Also it is with deep regret that we will not be able to attend the service. Praying for all. Sharon Skero...wife/widow of Timothy W. Skero. P.S. I will never forget the help she gave us in our time of need. She was a kind, loving woman.