Messages for Natalie’s Family


This page is to host the messages that you would like to leave for Natalie’s husband, Tee Morris; their daughter, Sonic Boom; and Natalie’s family. At this time of loss, it is important to support the surviving family with your thoughts for them. The admins of this site would like to honor that wish by posting your messages for the family here. Please leave your message as a comment on this page.

24 Responses to “Messages for Natalie’s Family”

  • Jonathan and Tamera Jett-Parmer Says:

    Our deepest sympathy and heartfelt prayers for the family and close friends of Natalie. We are united in our expresssions of support for Serena, Tee and the immediate family. Natalie will be fondly remembered and that memory of her compassion and humanity will be sustained.

    For Tee and Serena, you have will always have a haven within our family and home. Take strength and comfort from the family and friends around you.

  • Brian Orso Says:

    Tee- I am truly sorry for your loss. Natalie worked in my group back in the GlobalOne days. Natalie was loyal and true person. We had many personal conversations and I know she deeply supported your numerous talents. While we went seperate ways I will always remember her laugh and smile. Continue with your work and dreams as I know she wanted you to do achieve your goals.

    Brian and Rene’ Orso

  • Jean Orrico Says:

    Tee, I am so sorry for your loss. There are just no words. My prayers are with you.

  • Mindy Klasky Says:

    Tee – I’m so sorry for your loss, and I am holding you and all your family in the light.

  • Wendell Schubert Says:

    I am so thankful for the opportunity to get to know Natalie. She was a delight to spend time with. We can be comforted in the knowledge that her spirit and good nature will flourish and grow through Serena- a testament of her love and compassion.

    We’ll always be here for you Tee, with open arms and a sympathetic ear. Anything you need, at any time. Love to you all.

  • Jim Perry Says:

    I did not have the pleasure of knowing Natalie, despite the fact that I wanted very much to meet her one day. I do know that she was a loving wife and mother, and a lot of people are going to miss her desperately. She was taken from this world far too soon, and nothing can replace her. My heart breaks for Tee and Serena, and I pray they receive comfort at this time.

  • Anne & Phil Steyh. Diane Jo Moya Says:

    We here at the Moya and Steyh family send our sincerest regrets and sympathy for your loss. Madame de Stael said that no one understands death till it touches the shoulder of a loved one. However, Seneca also said, The day which we fear as our last is but the birthday of eternity. Happy Birthday, Natalie.

  • Rick Stringer Says:

    I had not met Natalie, but I do consider Tee a friend. He has been so supportive of us over the past four years. This just breaks my heart. It has brought back so many memories of my sister’s death in 2006. Nothing that I can say will bring back Natalie for Tee and Serena. Obviously, we are all thinking about you.

  • Wendy Morrell Says:

    Tee and Serena, I am deeply saddened by the tragic loss of, Natalie, whom I never got to meet.

    My heart goes out to you, your family and friends.

  • Mark Sarney Says:

    Tee, you have my deepest sympathies. I hope you and your family can find comfort during this impossibly sad time.

    When you are ready to handle the mundane again, make sure you look into getting Social Security survivor benefits for you and your daughter.

  • Jonathan Miden and Jocelyn Langley Says:

    Tee I’ve known you for many years from renfare, and I met Natalie a few times. I and Jocelyn are very sorry for you loss. Our hearts go out to you in the time of sadness. Hang in there. If you need us, or want vent, yell, whatever. Call us.

  • Doc Coleman Says:

    Tee, I’d hoped that we’d have had a chance to get together and have our families meet each other. I’m so sorry that I’ll never get to meet Natalie for myself. We’ve never really been close, but I’ve always considered you a friend. My thoughts are with you and your daughter. I want to help however I can. Know that we’re behind you.

  • Sallie Goetsch (rhymes with 'sketch') Says:

    Oh, my, god, Tee.

    I never met Natalie–and now I never will. I’m so sorry. If there’s anything I can do for you and Sonic Boom from the other side of the country, let me know.

  • Uta Says:

    My dear Tee,

    there is nothing I can say to you now, that others haven’t said already. What wouldn’t sound shallow or change a thing? I wish I could do more but tell you that my thoughts are with you and your daughter, who now has another Angle watching over her. My thoughts are with you and your family, my friend, and if there is something I can do from the far side of the ocean, I will do it.

    Stay strong, thats the only thing you can do right now.
    Take care my friend

    Do not stand at my grave and weep,
    I am not there, I do not sleep.
    I am in a thousand winds that blow,
    I am the softly falling snow.
    I am the gentle showers of rain,
    I am the fields of ripening grain.
    I am in the morning hush,
    I am in the graceful rush
    Of beautiful birds in circling flight,
    I am the starshine of the night.
    I am in the flowers that bloom,
    I am in a quiet room.
    I am in the birds that sing,
    I am in each lovely thing.
    Do not stand at my grave and cry,
    I am not there. I do not die.

    Mary Frye (1932)

  • The Pappa Family Says:


    We have never met, my family and I are just fans. We wanted to express our sympathies for yours and Sonic Booms loss. You and your family is in our prayers.

  • Kevin Allmond Says:

    I am no more than atwitter follower, and a fan of your writings and podcasts, I am also a husband and father tha cannot begin to imagine what you and your family must be going through. I would like to extend from my family our thoughts and prayers to you and yours. Mat GOD be with you and tour family during this time of loss.

  • Pavlina Says:

    Tee, I am sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.

  • Brian and Samantha Allen Says:

    Tee and Serena,

    We are so sorry for your loss. Tyler and Serena have become such good friends in school and our hearts went out to both of you when we heard the news.

    When we saw the three of you last at the Fun Fair, Natalie mentioned getting the kids together for a playdate. We just wanted to let you know that we’re still up for that when you two are ready.

    Our prayers are with you.

  • Michael Spence Says:

    My biggest regret is that now it’s going to be that much longer before I finally meet Natalie.

    Presumably we can estimate the size of one’s heart by the size of the other hearts it has encompassed. I know of Tee’s, as shown by his many generosities through the years, and can imagine Serena’s, by what Tee has said of her. That being the case, I’m guessing Natalie’s heart must have been grand.

    Our prayers are with you, sir.

  • Hugh Brackett Says:

    My wife Sarah and I send our deepest sympathies to you and your family at this time! We are sending our thoughts and prayers to you!

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  • Theresa Says:

    Tee – Wow! I was so excited to have found you on facebook, to then immediately read of Nat’s passing. I know I’ve never formally met you – but I feel like I’ve known you a long time. From those days on firefly (at least I think that was the name of the chat site), I’ve loved reading your postings and comments. I remember well the time you and Nat met and later hearing of your marriage. Now you’re a father of a beautiful little girl. I truly was sad to hear this news. My sympathies and prayers go out to you and Serena in this very difficult time.

    Your old buddy

    Theresa (aka Lpstkdrms)

  • Nita Keith Coale Says:

    Tee, Serena, and Vicky,
    I am so saddened to hear of Natalie’s death. Natalie had a very special place in my childhood all those summer days in Leonard, riding ponies all day long everyday she was there. Pete and Tommie Dee were saints because we always up to something. I couldn’t wait for the weekends to see if she was going to be visiting her grandparents. I still think of this every time I go to Leonard and see our old riding trail up and down the driveway at Littleton Quarter Horses and along the road banks to my house across the road. Those were the days I was probably 10 and Natalie 7 or 8.

    Tee and Serena I pray for you at your lose she was a beautiful person though I have not seen her in many years I will never forget the fun we had. She was the light of her grandparents life.

    Vickie, I am so sorry for your loss. Some day I would love to tell Serena about what a wonderful family she had in Leonard. Grant, Pete and Tommie Dee would be very proud. Her pictures are beautiful and Natalie looks so happy and proud.

    Again you are in my thoughts and prayers

  • Cindy Prange Bari Says:

    Tee, Serena and Vickie,

    I’m deeply saddened to hear about Natalie’s passing. Natalie and I were best friends during her years in junior high and early high school at North Shelby. We had a lot of good times together (band, cheerleading, working on our science fair projects, roller skating in Quincy…the list goes on and on). I remember spending a lot of time at her home and getting to go on a few trips with her, Vickie and Grant. Vickie – thank you so much for that. I will cherish those memories forever.

    I often wondered how her adult life turned out and if she was happy. Tee – from watching the tribute video, I can see that she had a happy life with you and Serena. Thank you for the video, and thank you for giving her love and a beautiful life.

    My thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this difficult time.