Natalie Jean Gage-Avila was born in El Paso, TX on November 27, 1999, to Tammie S. Gage and Benjamin Avila. She left this earth on November 19, 2023. She was almost 24 years old.
Natalie was a compassionate caregiver as an EMT for Acadian Ambulance. She was working on becoming a paramedic. Natalie was also active in the LGBTQ+ community.
Natalie had a positive, determined personality. She was radiant, thoughtful, and caring. She was beautiful, inside, and out. Her light was bright and shined through to everyone. She never met a stranger; everyone was a friend.
Natalie was a force of nature since the day she was born. She brightened every room she walked into and had a kind word for anyone who crossed her path. Her absence will leave a hole in the fabric of our family.
Natalie was very active on social media. She wanted to help people with mental health and life issues. She was the light in peoples’ darkest times and gave hope to the people who felt like there was no hope left. She liked to help people with EMT and Paramedic programs.
Natalie is survived by her mother, Tammie S. Gage, her father Benjamin Avila and sisters Ashlee Nichole Gage-Serros, Kaitlyn Ann Gage-Avila and her partner Sloane McCulloch, and Rebecca Soto. She is also survived by her dearest Elaine Hofer; her uncle Donald Gage and aunt Patricia Gage and cousins Kayla, Hailey, and Garrett; her aunt Debra Pollock and cousins Elizabeth, Nanette, and Madeline; her uncle Jerry Gage and her aunt Mary Powers and cousins Harmon, Jenny, and Justin; and her Acadian Family.
She was much loved and will be remembered in the sunrises and sunsets and the beauty of nature, that she loved so much.