Obituary of Natasha Nicola Clarke
Natasha Nicola Clarke
July 9, 1969 - January 6, 2023. It is with the heaviest of hearts we announce the peaceful passing of our beloved Natasha after a brave battle with cancer. Cherished and impossibly missed partner of Steven Misener, treasured daughter of Luna Clarke, and adored sister of Michelle (and Dan), Nadine, Nicole, and Diahann. Predeceased by brother Garth and precious Aunt Isolyn Riggs. Born in Toronto, wise beyond her years, Natasha attended L’Amoreaux Collegiate where she excelled in the Arts and Athletics, always in the medals. Natasha's passion for style and vogue surfaced early, becoming the first student to head up both the Fashion Show, and design/sew her own clothing line. This manifest talent led to a select enrollment at Wexford School of the Arts, where her innate flair for portraiture blossomed. While establishing her design company, InsideOut Visuals, Natasha worked with leading specialty fashion retailers; Jacob, Marciano's and Sporting Life. Her artistry and refinement truly emerged at Forest Hill Village’s Kitsch Fashion Boutique winning clients’ loyalties by fusing luxury and aesthetics to great effect. Natasha was a deeply spiritual Christian, inspired by and having met Joel Osteen. She was a beautiful soul, protective, witty, and considerate of all. Natasha’s humanity and awareness of others was copious as was her love for the world around her. She was altruistic, sharing whatever she had with others. Money for the disadvantaged, a playful nature with children, a cordial greeting to a puppy. Natasha’s loving outreach was never ending. Natasha only saw the best in everyone, exuding compassion, love, and forgiveness. A talented storyteller who lit up any room, each whom were touched by our Natasha felt her compelling charisma and heartfelt affection. Natasha’s Superpower was Hope. She loved romance, animals, Scrabble, croissants, cooking and Christmas. Fastidiously organized, captivatingly beautiful, extensively traveled, she enjoyed biking, beaches, and Broadway. We delighted in Natasha’s gifts, revered her character. Gone too soon, Our Earthly Angel has been called to Heaven. Family will receive guests for visitation Saturday January 21, 2023 at 4:00 PM to 7:00 PM at Humphrey Funeral Home, 1403 Bayview Ave, Toronto. Guests are invited on Sunday January 22, 2023 at 2:00 PM for a memorial service followed by a reception at Humphrey. As expressions of sympathy, donations can be made to the Salvation Army.
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