Natasha Laquata (Hale) Moore was born on February 23, 1980 at Parkview Hospital in Fort Wayne, Indiana. She was the daughter of Bennie and Brigitte (Tina) Hale.
She departed this earthly life on March 3, 2021 in Greenwood, Indiana at the age of 41.
Natasha accepted Christ at an early age and was baptized at Greater Progressive Baptist Church in Fort Wayne, Indiana, under the leadership of Pastor Ternae T. Jordan Sr.
Natasha attended Prairie State College, in Chicago Heights, IL. She went on to dedicate her life to helping others and became a Certified Nursing Assistant.
Natasha started a family and poured her life into her four children. She was her children’s biggest advocate and enjoyed actively participating in their extracurricular activities. Natasha biggest leisure time was spending time with her family and friends.
Natasha appeared to never meet a stranger and was known for her beautiful smile and giving heart. Natasha made a point to always stay in contact and reach out to her love ones, consistently. Natasha would be willing to give her family, friends, and strangers the shirt off her back, even if it meant she would not have another one for herself.
In 2010, she relocated to Ellenwood, Georgia for 10 years. After receiving news of an expected grandchild, she quickly started her plans to move back to Indiana.
Natasha was overjoyed when she became a grandmother on September 11, 2020. He quickly became her pride and joy.
Left to cherish her memory includes her children, Navarrus(Tatiana) Hale, Nijia Moore, SaNiya Moore, Simule Moore Jr.; her one and only grandchild Navarrus Jr; her parents, Bennie (Sandra) Hale, Brigitte (James) Brown all of Fort Wayne, IN; grandparents, Evelyn (H.B.) Berry of Markham, IL. and Barbara Hale of Atlanta, GA; siblings, Bennie Hale Jr. of Fort Wayne, IN, DeMetra Jordan of Garland, TX, Teranee Berry of Rowlett, TX, Ebony (Joshua) Hannah of Garland, TX, Aubrina Roberts of Gary, IN, and Heaven Parker of Fort Wayne, IN, along with a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other family and friends.
Natasha also had an extended connection to several friends that turned into her circle of family, including a lifelong bond with Reverend Ternae Sr. and Angela Jordan’s family, through her childhood friend, DeJuan Jordan.
She was preceded in death by her great grandmother, Ida Mae Lawrence; grandparents, Lucious Henry Smith, Morris J. Hart Sr., and Eddie L. Hale; brother, Bennie Bennett and Uncle Michael and Aunt Cynthia Hamilton.
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