On Thursday, August 29, 2019, Natasha Nichole Hutton, loving daughter and granddaughter and amazing big sister passed away suddenly at the age of 16 from a tragic car accident.
Natasha was born in Caldwell, Idaho on February 26, 2003. She is survived by her mother and father, Brian and Kristina Hutton and by her sister Hannah, grandparents Patty and Jeff Hutton and Frank and Deana Nick, and Great grandmother Pauline Walgamott, and many aunts, uncles, and cousins.
Tasha will forever be remembered for bringing a smile with her everywhere she went.
Her love of adventure led her to be active in golf, 4-H, FFA, marching band, riding drill with her horse just to name a few. Even though her life was cut tragically short she lived a full and amazing life, never far from her family or friends.
Some of Natasha’s favorite times were her family vacations. Be it one of the many trips to Yellowstone, the Redwoods, Oregon coast, backpacking though Idaho’s beautiful backcountry, or even the family road trip for a weekend chicken show.
Much of Natasha’s life was spent in school where she attended Notus elementary and Junior high and Parma Highschool. Natasha was an honor student, but what was truly important to her was the experiences she had with her wonderful friends like, playing D and D, and jamming with her band buddies.
Natasha will miss out on many of the experiences of an adult life. But she did get to experience her first real job, at Parma Ridge Winery. Natasha loved her job and in the words of one of her co-workers “She always stepped inside the door, smiled at us and waved her little wave, clocked in and started working……After we all got our hug”
When you think of Natasha, celebrate the good memories you have of her. Remember that life is fragile and as she would say “Share the love.”
Natasha was proceeded in death by her uncle Justin Houck, and her great grand parents
A Celebration of Life will be held at 4 p.m., Saturday September 7th at the LACA Gym at Parma Middle School, 905 E. McConnel St, Parma, ID. There will be a community meal following the celebration.
In memory of our little hippy chick we are asking guest to where tie-dye.
In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting donations be made to the Natasha Hutton Memorial Scholarship at Parma High School.