The daughter of a young mother-of-five from Lurgan, who passed away suddenly this week, says she made her life “the absolute best”.
Natasha Wells, of Carrick Drive – originally from Craigavon – died suddenly on Thursday.
A death notice described her as a loving mother to Chantel, Jason, Leah, Cody and Clodágh.
Paying a heartfelt and emotional tribute to her mother on social media, daughter Leah said: “Can’t believe I’m even writing anything like this right now, I couldn’t of asked for a better mum who made my life the absolute best. You deserve peace mum and I’ll love and miss you till the day I die. Sleep easy your memories will never be forgotten.”
Friends on the heartbroken daughter showed support one saying: “I’m so sorry to hear Leah; sending all my thoughts and prayers to you and your family lots of love Xx.”
Another wrote: “I’m so sorry Leah, she’s at peace now with her daddy thinking of you.”
Natasha will be reposing at her uncle Richard’s residence, in Craigavon prior to a Requiem Mass which will be celebrated on Sunday (New Year’s Day), in St. Anthony’s Church at 9.30 am, with burial afterwards in St. Colman’s Cemetery.
The family have asked for family flowers only, with donations in lieu if desired to PIPS c/o McAlinden & Murtagh Funeral Directors, 2 North Street, Lurgan.