Natalie Habib
In Memory of
Natalie Ann
Habib
1993 - 2018
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Life Story for Natalie Ann Habib

Natalie Ann  Habib
Natalie Ann Habib, 25, of Youngstown, Ohio passed on August 17, 2018. She was born on April 11, 1993 in Fort Myers, Florida.

Natalie was a loving and caring daughter, sister, aunt, niece, cousin and friend.

Memories of Natalie will be carried on by her mother, Susan E. Harrison; her father, Charles Habib, Jr.; her step-father, John Krusely III; her surrogate parents, Paul and Mary Bires, who unselfishly provided for Natalie along her journey; her grandparents, Stanley and Vera Daniels; her sister, Nicole Marie Simpson; her brother, Charlie Habib III and her sister-in-law, Alexus Habib all of Youngstown; her step-sister, Christine Krusely; her aunts, Anna Hlinka, Theresa Dunlap, Valerie Stinson and Gail Habib; her uncles, John and George Habib, Rick Hlinka and Ken Dunlap; her nieces, Serenity and Iris Habib; her nephews, Tagen and Brant Simpson; her cousins, Ana and Dezirae Bires, Morgan Del Fratte, Taylor and Kelly Lukacovic, George, Jr. and Chase Habib, Mat and Christi Stinson, Mark, Jeff and Chris Dunlap and many more cousins and friends.

She was preceded in death by her grandparents, James and Peggy Stinson and Charles Habib, Sr.; her uncles, Jan and David Stinson and her aunt, Julie Maguire.

Natalie lived her short adult life struggling with an addiction that has claimed so many young lives. She was growing stronger every day and had been happier than she had been in years. She was looking forward to celebrating her one year sobriety date, which was just two short weeks away. The family prays that through Natalie’s death, others struggling may finally seek the help that they need and deserve and that they know they are never alone.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in memory of Natalie to Neil Kennedy Recovery Clinic, 2151 Rush Blvd., Youngstown, Ohio 44507, which treated Natalie and finally got her headed in the right direction.

A memorial dinner celebrating the beautiful life of Natalie Habib will be held at St. George Croatian Hall, 3200 Vestal Road, Youngstown, Ohio 44509 on Saturday, September 1, 2018 at 4:00 p.m. Guests may arrive one hour prior to dinner. Please call John at (330) 301-1840 to RSVP so he may plan accordingly.

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