Maria J. Natzu
Tuesday, February 21, 1950
Date of Death:
Friday, October 30, 2020
70 years old
Maria J. Natzu
Maria J Natzu, 70, of Waterloo, IA, passed away Friday, October 30, 2020 at Saint Marys Hospital in Rochester, MN.
Maria was born February 21, 1950 in Mexicali, Baja California Mexico to Salvador and Sofia Alcala. In June of 1977, she married Carlos F Natzu at Perpetuo Socorro in Mexicali, B.C. Maria and her family moved to Iowa in 1997. She worked at the Waterloo School District as a District Spanish Native Language Interpreter.
Maria was a hardworking, loving, and caring woman. She loved to make people laugh and loved spending time with her family; especially her grandchildren.
She is survived by her husband, Carlos F. Natzu of Waterloo, IA; son, Charles Natzu of San Diego, CA; daughter, Jovanna Conrad (Wyatt) of Vernon Hills, IL; grandchildren, Gretta and Charles Conrad; mother, Sofía Alcalá of San Diego, CA; brother, George Alcalá of San Diego, CA; and brother, Salvador Alcalá of Fort Morgan, CO.
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I have known this beautiful woman for 23 years. She was a strong amazing wan who was so sentimental. She is very special to my heart and she will continue to live on in Heaven. God bless the whole family. You guys are beyond beautiful. I love u all.
Tío Carlos, Charles, Jovanna, lo sentimos mucho, de parte de mi mamá Luz Maria y de una servidora, familia estamos con ustedes, elevamos plegarias por el eterno descanso de su alma, que Dios les de pronta resignación, reciban un fuerte y cariñoso abrazo, nos vemos pronto
Ericka Valenzuela (Beba) & Luz Ma. Aguilar
Dear Carlos and family,
I was shocked and surprised when I saw the email about Maria. Please accept my condolences and know how deeply saddened I am to learn that Maria is no longer with us. Please know, and you probably do, what an amazing woman she was. She was caring and understanding. She was helpful and always had a smile on her face. Our students loved Maria. She would always talk about her grandchildren and how proud she was to be a grandma. I loved talking to her and listening to her talk about her visits and see pictures she had taken. You could always hear how proud and happy she was about her family. She was a wonderful person and she will be missed.
I am so sad to see that sweet Maria passed away. I got to know her when we both worked at West High School. She was always so kind and happy and loved to show me pictures of her sweet grandchildren. She loved her family deeply. My sympathy to all of you during this difficult time.
Oh so sad to hear of Maria's passing. I was blessed to have come to know Maria when we worked together at East. She was always a caring and uplifting soul and had a kind word for all. My wish is for her family to find comfort in knowing many are sharing your loss. Bless you all, Tina