Natalie M. Mattison, a beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, has peacefully passed away at the age of 98 in Wellsville, NY. She was born on May 28, 1925, in Liberty, NY to Mae Ebert Brown and Peter Brown. Natalie's parents provided her with a nurturing environment filled with love and support that shaped her into the remarkable woman she became.
Natalie's life was marked by grace, resilience, and an unwavering commitment to her family. She prioritized their well-being above all else and dedicated her life to creating a warm and loving atmosphere for them. Her marriage to the late Clifford W. Mattison blessed her with four wonderful children. She poured boundless love into raising them, instilling in them values that have been passed down through generations.
Education played an essential role in Natalie's life. She proudly graduated from Liberty High School.
Natalie possessed a magnetic personality that drew people towards her innate goodness. Those fortunate enough to know her experienced unconditional love and boundless kindness. Her presence was a source of comfort during times of joy and solace during times of sorrow.
In addition to her parents and husband, Natalie was preceded in death by her son Ronald Mattison and her grandson David Mattison.
Natalie leaves behind a legacy of love and devotion that will continue to inspire generations to come. She is survived by her loving children, Robert Mattison, Shirley Mangels (Bob) and Sandra Mattison. Natalie's grandchildren, Peter Mangels, Heidi Lawton, Wendy Mattison-Vanwagnen, Daniel Kellogg and Eric Mattison, were the apple of her eye. She took immense pride in their accomplishments and celebrated each milestone with unwavering support.
Among Natalie's greatest joys were her great-grandchildren. Watching them grow and thrive brought immeasurable happiness into her life. Natalie's legacy lives on through each of them.
Although Natalie has departed this world, her spirit shines brightly within the hearts of all who knew her. Her kindness, compassion, and love will continue to guide us through life's challenges. As we mourn the loss of such an exceptional individual, let us also celebrate the profound impact she had on our lives.
At the families convenience a graveside service will be held at the Hurleyville Cemetery.