Singh, Naphaphone 'Natalie'

Singh, Naphaphone 'Natalie'

November 24th, 2020

December 20, 1970 - November 24, 2020

Natalie unexpectedly passed away on Tuesday, November 24, 2020 at LHSC - University Hospital in London, Ontario. Loving wife of Arvind Singh for over 30 years. Dedicated mother of Gloria (Todd) Devitt, Eric Singh and Andrew Singh. She will be forever missed by her grandchildren Kyra Singh, Corey Devitt and Clara Devitt. Predeceased by her mother, Nang Nang Outhoummuntry; father, Khoune Chanthavong; and siblings, Tong Chanthavong and Pramonsack Chanthavong. Survived by her siblings: Khamkhay (Phinith) Pathoumthong, Khien (Chinda) Kommala, Prasarnsack Chanthavong, Vilayphone Chanthavong, Khemphet Chanthavong, Keo (Sopha Air) Chanthavong, Kethida (Bonh) Boutda, Wanida (Wilson) Chanthavong, Phanomsack (Kristie) Chanthavong, Warouny (Rich) Chanthavong and Chulaphone (Julius) Dela Cruz. She will be forever loved and missed by her many nieces and nephews.

Natalie was born in Pakse, Champasak, Laos, and immigrated to Canada when she was sponsored by the WestPark Baptist Church in 1980. She arrived in Montreal on January 22, 1980, and briefly lived in Komoka before moving to London. Throughout her childhood and adult life, Natalie moved within the Greater Toronto Area. Finally, in 2017, she moved back to London to be close to her grandkids. Natalie was her children’s biggest fan, always supporting them and attending many practices, competitions and tournaments for soccer, ice dancing, synchronized skating, swimming and basketball. She was a dedicated Toronto Blue Jays fan and loved watching Survivor and The Amazing Race. She will always be remembered for her loving nature and witty humour. Natalie’s love for Wonder Woman truly portrays her own strengths, as she always encouraged others to be strong, resilient and caring.

A private visitation and funeral service will be held at Westview Funeral Chapel, 709 Wonderland Road North, London. Private burial at Mount Pleasant Cemetery.

 

Book of Condolences

Donna HartMy heartfelt condolences go out to the entire family, Natalie was a wonderful person, I had the privilege of becoming her friend while we worked together at Ganz. Truly a strong woman. May you all find the strength to live each day remembering fond memories of her. HUGS to all of you, RIP my friend until we meet again.
gloria courtsDeepest condolences to Arvind and children, and other family members. Natalie will be missed. She survived many obstacles throughout her life to keep her family going Arvind you must be very proud of her and always remember that she is in a good place now and always in your heart forever.\
Holly KislyI have so many fond memories of Natalie. She was such a warm, kind and authentic person. We spent many hours working out together (mostly laughing) at the gym, hanging out at Tim Hortons, talking on the phone, at the movies and going for dinner. We were always laughing. She was passionate about superheroes because I kind of think in her own way, she was one. When she moved away, it was sad but she always tried to keep in touch. She will be missed dearly by the entire Cassie Campbell family. My condolences to her entire family in these difficult times.
Rochelle WiesenfahrtMy heartfelt sympathies to all of Natalie’s family. I was deeply saddened to hear of her sudden passing. I only knew Natalie for a brief time when we attended Zumba classes at Cassie Campbell. She was such a lovely person and I wish I had gotten to know her better before she moved away to London. Wishing you peace and comfort as you grieve and may God rest her soul eternally.
Lisa HallSo sorry to hear of Natalie’s passing , her smiles and passion for life will continue on everyday through her children and grandchildren. Many blessings to you and your Family during this difficult time .
Joy Barton My deepest thoughts and prayers are with Natalie's beloved family at this most difficult time. Natalie spoke of her family fondly. I am truly blessed and grateful to have known this most loving, kind gentle soul and to have spent many hours talking with her on the phone and sharing her love for music and movies, animals and birds. She encouraged others and always had a smile and a greeting to all. She graced my life with her deep heart and warmth and will truly be missed. Fly high beautiful lady.
Add Your Condolences
Archives