Obituary of Natashia Luce
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the death of our beloved Natashia Marie Luce.
Born in Portland Oregon on November 30, 1991 to Linda Wilkinson and Charles Luce, Natashia's time on this earth was all too brief - a mere 31 years. She passed away on July 25, 2023 after being in a horrible car accident.
Natashia found her calling in life after high school when she earned her Medical Assisting Certification from Job Corp. As an avid lover of animals, she used that certification and medical knowledge to follow her dream of taking care of animals. Natashia became a veterinary technician and many of her co-workers say she was the most passionate vet tech they have ever known. She loved her patients and treated their humans with the utmost compassion and care.
Natashia met her fiance Jimmy Rosacker In June of 2018 and in 2020 she found an even greater calling in life when they were blessed with two beautiful twin boys, Liam and Wyatt. When she became a mother, Natashia fell into the role like a natural. She was a wonderful mother who always wanted the best for her boys. She had a playful heart and they would laugh and play for hours. The boys adored her and she was the sunshine in their lives. Natashia's three boys (Jimmy, Liam and Wyatt) were the loves of her life and there was nothing she wouldn’t do for them.
To her friends and family, Natashia was a beautiful soul; the most kind hearted person who loved life and had an aura all her own. She had a sense of humor that only those who knew her well, understood. She has been described as "a beautiful, chaotic, magical unicorn"...our magical unicorn.
Natashia was preceded in death by her grandparents Betty Schrader and John Carpenter, John Schrader, Verna Luce and Oliver Luce, her uncles John Schrader and Frank Sheppard and her beloved dog Vader.
Natashia is survived by her fiance Jimmy Rosacker, children Liam and Wyatt Rosacker, mother and step-father Linda and Kevin Wilkinson, father Charles Luce, brother Jacob Luce,step-sister Nicole Jefferson, step-brother and his wife Ronnie and Cati Wilkinson, nephew Jayden Jefferson, niece Bailey Jefferson, her new puppy Esmeralda, and many friends, aunts, uncles, and cousins that loved her very much.
Natashia’s wish was to be an organ donor and in a final act of the generosity that was her trademark, she was able to donate her organs to save the lives of many other people - something that would have made her very happy.
There will be a service to honor Natashia at Clackamas Community College Oregon City campus In the Gregory Forum building on August 19th at 3:00 pm. The address is 19600 Molalla Ave, Oregon City, OR 97045.To send flowers to the family or plant a tree in memory of Natashia Luce, please visit Tribute Store