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Obituary For

Natalie Daniel

09/12/1985 - 08/17/2017

Memorial services for Natalie Daniel will be Saturday August 26th, 2017, @ 11:00 AM, at First Wesleyan Church, 1776 Silver Lake Rd, Bartlesville, OK 74006, with Pastor Joe Colaw officiating. Cremation arrangements are under the direction of Walker-Brown Funeral Home.  She will be interred at White Rose Cemetery in a Private Family Service; being laid to rest beside her daughters (Hailey & Hannah Benham), who passed four years earlier. Natalie Marie Daniel was born September 12, 1985 in Muskogee, OK to Ron and Rhonda (Watson) Daniel; where she lived until 1996.  She attended public schools and lived in Bartlesville until 2006.  She moved to the Nowata area where she studied and achieved an Associate’s Degree in Business with a focus on Accounting, from Rogers State University. Her daughters attended Oologah-Talala Public Schools, and were all heavily into Soccer; which led them to be ingrained in the Oologah Community. Natalie worked for the School System as a Cook and Food Service Associate where her supervisor, Beverly, was also her friend. After her daughters passed, and because Natalie had a special love for children, and they so loved her; she relocated to Oologah and continued being a part of the School and their lives. Natalie knew and loved our Lord and Savior and joined the Faith Community of Harbor Church of Oologah. Those that really knew Natalie, knew that she was one of the Dallas Cowboy’s Biggest Fans, and usually wore at least one article of clothing that highlighted that fact. Natalie passed away suddenly on August 17th, 2017 and is survived by her parents, Ron and Rhonda Daniel of Bartlesville, brother, Nathan Daniel and his wife (sister-in-law) Lilly and children Jordyn, Addison and Olivia of Bartlesville, and sister, Nesha Daniel-Coulson and her husband (brother-in-law) Tim Ramsey and children Andrew and Aubrey of Bartlesville. Her best friend, Tera Schlotfelt and family of Oologah. Grandparents; Tom and Shari Scarbrough of Stillwater, Peggy Watson of Tahlequah, Reenie Daniel of Owasso and Ron Daniel Sr. of Arkansas and numerous Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and Friends.  Natalie had a beautiful, caring, and generous spirit; bringing joy and laughter to all who knew her.  Because of her generous spirit, she was a registered Organ Donor.  And was noted as a “Hero”, by Life Share of Saint John’s in Tulsa; because of her donation of five (5) lifesaving organs and tissue donations in Oklahoma City that has the potential to benefit 100’s of others. Your parents, family, and friends will miss you Natalie (Sweet Ree-Ree), until we meet again in Heaven. To all those who have read this, offered support, provided meals, and prayed (especially the prayers) we Thank You.



"Our God Is An Awesome God"

"Somewhere Over The Rainbow"

"Jesus Loves Me"


Pastor Joe W. Colaw


08/26/2017 04:00 pm
MEMORIAL SERVICE - Bartlesville First Wesleyan Church
1776 Silverlake Road
Bartlesville OK 74006


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  • Posted by Meagan Branham Carter from Edmond, Oklahoma
    Daniel Family, My heart is so heavy for you all. Natalie was the sweetest person with such a bright, joyful spirit. She was the heartbeat of the bruin volleyball team and we all loved her dearly! You are all in my thoughts and prayers. I pray the Holy Spirit keep and comfort you during this tragic. Rest in sweet peace Natalie. You are loved more than you will ever know and missed dearly.
    08/22/2017 at 06:47pm
  • Posted by Kristin Budz-Hardy from Las Vegas, Nevada
    Words cannot express how deeply I feel to all Natalie's family and friends. Natalie was such a beautiful soul inside and out, they way she could smile through her eyes would make anyone feel so loved. I am so thankful to have known her and to call her my friend and will always cherish the memories I have of Natalie. May you feel comfort knowing she is with her beautiful girls now. Natalie you are loved by so many and may you Rest In Peace my sweet friend. ❤️
    08/23/2017 at 06:22am
  • Posted by Dana Kramer from Woodland Park, Colorado
    Friends, I am so so sorry for your loss. What a beautiful girl Natalie was. She will truly be missed by many. I continue to pray for you as you navigate life without her. Love you!
    08/23/2017 at 01:06pm
  • Posted by Paula Steeper from Nowata, Oklahoma
    Natalie is at peace now and has everlasting life with her girls.
    08/23/2017 at 01:11pm
  • Posted by Jeremiah Hall from Edmond, Oklahoma
    For as long as I can remember, whenever I have thought of Natalie, I instinctively think of the term “sweet”. The word is present in the nicknames most of us have given to her. When I would see her, it felt as natural to call her “sweet Natalie” or “sweet cousin” as it does to call her parents my “uncle Dee” and “aunt Rhonda”. For the term uncle or aunt is as much a defining term of endearment to my connection with them, as sweet was a defining term of my love and adoration for my cousin Natalie. Reading notes of condolences and stories celebrating her memory over the past few days has made me realize how many other people who know Natalie identify the term “sweet” with her being. Far too many to be happenstance – this a pattern worth noting. Natalie is someone many of us should inspire to be more like in many ways, because beyond being sweet, we should all recognize her close relationship with and devotion to our Heavenly Father. The definition of sweet is as defined, “pleasing in general; delightful; not salty, sour or bitter.” Those who know Natalie best know why this truly does describe such a pleasing and delightful person, who I found to find peace in the Lord through times in life when most would be filled with bitterness. We should all strive for such an accomplishment, that when people think of us they also think of a term so endearing, that seems wrong to not include when calling you by name. How will you be remembered?
    08/23/2017 at 02:41pm
  • Posted by Char Bagwell from Manvel, Texas
    My heart goes out to the family. Prayers and love to all of you.
    08/23/2017 at 05:58pm
  • Posted by Ivy Foster from Tulsa, Oklahoma
    I can't imagine what the family is going through at this difficult moment but I do know that our God is aware of the heavy hearts and sadness this loss has brought to you. My prayers are with you Rhonda and your entire family. May God give you peace to live that you may see Natalie again on the other side. My heartfelt condolences and prayers are with you.
    08/23/2017 at 09:08pm
  • Posted by Jayme Foster McBee from Houston , Texas
    I send my sincerest condolences to Natalie's family and friends. She and I were never close friends, but I did keep up with her on Facebook. She was one of those people that truly loved being a mother, and she was excellent at it. I can't begin to express how much she has inspired me to be a better mom over the years. I hugged my son tighter, tried not to sweat the small stuff as much, and reminded myself that every day with him is a gift. She served as a light in this world despite her grief. That speaks volumes towards her character. I didn't know her well, but I know enough to recognize she was a genuinely special person. I'm truly sorry for your loss.
    08/24/2017 at 01:32am
  • Posted by Vaughn family from GAHANNA, Ohio
    Family of Natalie please accept my deepest condolences. May God's promises found at Acts 24:15 and Psalms 37:29 bring you comfort during this difficult time.
    08/27/2017 at 04:27pm