September 26, 1948 ~ May 23, 2020

Born in: Philippines
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Natividad “Naty” Deyne, 72, died peacefully on May 23, 2020. Naty is survived by her husband, John; son. BJ (Kayle); grandchildren, Johnathan, Caitlynn and Maddie; as well as many close to her including Andy and Lori Santos and Family in the Philippines.
Naty was born in the Philippines on Sept. 26, 1948. She enjoyed going to the casino, cooking and spending time with friends and family. She will be remembered as a feisty, friendly and loving wife, mother, grandma and friend. Online condolences,

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  1. CandleImageI love you auntie sorry that our time together was cut short now it’s time that you are no longer suffering or in pain I know your waiting to see us when we get there I know you have a spot picked so we could gossip and talk about all that you we’re unable to see I love you my auntie and I won’t ever forget everything you taught me and all the times that we spent together

  2. Naty, you will be missed. I remember when Tom and I would go see you and John, always asking when are we going to cripple creek. Roberta, me and you going up and laughing all the way up there. Miss you.

  3. Aunts Naty you will be missed! I will always remember seeing you at the family barbecues you were always a ray of sunshine and a great person to be around. Until we meet again Love always

  4. CandleImageDear Naty, we will miss you. You were welcoming us into your family and loved you. Will miss your smile and sassiness. Johnathan, Caitlynn and Maddie were bless to have you. You will always be with us. Love you 💞

  5. My friend Naty like BJ you would call and say hello my beautiful friend how are you? It’s only been a few days and how I miss talking to you almost every day till you got sick.No more calls no more going out to eat hanging out and our gossiping can’t forget that. When you got sick you worried about John Deyne I told you we would be here for John and Bj. So my friend rest in peace and how I already miss you so much.. Love you Naty

  6. CandleImageMy dear friend, you are going to be missed, I’m going to miss your calls and our little outings when I’m visiting, you are a wonderful friend.

  7. CandleImageAuntie Naty will be missed greatly. When I look back on the memories, I catch myself laughing. She was a genuine person who lit up all of our lifes with her humor and sassiness. Her memories will live forever. Rest peacefully Auntie. I love you!

  8. CandleImageThank you Naty for all your kindness through the years and for just being a special part of my life. We shared many memories and moments of laughter that I will cherish and always remember with love. I will miss our lunches and visits. You truly are a wonderful lady and I will miss you always💕

  9. CandleImageNATY I can only hope you know how much you meant to me you were a mother, a sister-in-law, a friend and teacher. I will never forget the life lessons you gave me. I LOVE AND MISS YOU now and forever.

    • Mom, you made me feel like I was the king of the world every day. You would tell me I was the best at anything I was doing that day. If anyone in the world dislikes my confidence they should blame you. You answered every phone call with “hello my handsome boy” and ended every call with “check on your dad”. Me, dad and uncle andy where your babies. You always treated us better than we ever deserved. I was so lucky to have you as my mom. Single handedly the biggest blessing of my life. I will always miss getting in trouble at the casino with you, joking and our meals. Until we meet again…. I love you mom!

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