Natalee Milliner-Welch

1977 ~ 2024

Natalee Milliner-Welch, born on September 21, 1977, in Murray, Utah, passed away suddenly and peacefully in her sleep on February 17, 2024, at the young age of 46. Natalee was the third child with three siblings: an older brother, Scott Reynolds (Mindy Reynolds), an older sister, Teasha Mullaly (Owen Mullaly), and a younger sister, Heather Morrison (Jay Morrison). In 1999 Natalee married her high school sweetheart, Jeremiah Keith Milliner, and later had two amazing kids, Cameron J Milliner and Samantha Jane Milliner. Unfortunately, Jeremiah passed away unexpectedly in 2011, leaving Natalee and their two children behind. Natalee later married the newfound love of her life, Shane Calvin Welch, in 2013. With Shane, she gained three additional daughters, Aspen Shayne Welch, Harley Joanne Welch, and Bradlee Reese Welch, all of whom she dearly loved. Natalee was a beloved wife and a devoted mother.

Natalee's heart was filled with love as she welcomed her two puppies, Klohee and Daizee, into her life. They brought her immense joy and reminded her every day of the beauty of unconditional love.

Natalee was a remarkable woman who lived a life filled with love, passion, and boundless talent. Her family and friends were her world, and she devoted herself to their happiness with every fiber of her being. Her love for the great outdoors was immeasurable, and she found solace in the mountains and on the boat at Lake Powell - a place that held a special spot in her heart. She had an uncanny eye for decorating and took great joy in filling her home with Christmas cheer during her favorite holiday season. Her creativity extended to crafting and sewing, which she did with a level of skill that was truly impressive.

One of Natalee's greatest talents was her culinary prowess. She was an excellent cook and baker, and her friends and family were always delighted to taste her delicious creations. But beyond her many talents, Natalee was an incredibly kind-hearted person who was always ready to lend a helping hand to those around her. Her infectious laughter could light up any room, and it brought joy to all who knew her.

Natalee was an incredibly loyal person; she went above and beyond for everyone she cared about. Her generosity knew no bounds, and she always ensured that others would never be without. Despite life's challenges, Natalee was someone who was always resourceful and never gave up. She was persistent, determined, and resilient, and these qualities helped her navigate the ups and downs of life with grace and strength.

Natalee is survived by her husband, Shane Calvin Welch, her son, Cameron J Milliner (Aspen Milliner), her daughter, Samantha Jane Milliner, and a long list of family members who loved her dearly. She is preceded in death by her husband, Jeremiah Keith Milliner, her mother, Sharon Reynolds, and her father, Ronald Reynolds. Although she is no longer with us, Natalee's cherished memories will forever live on within the hearts of those who loved her.

The world has suffered a great loss with the passing of someone truly special. However, it brings solace to know that heaven has gained an angel whose spirit will continue to shine brightly. Natalee's beautiful soul has touched the lives of many, and her memory will live on forever. Her absence will be felt deeply, and she will truly be missed by those who knew her.

Goodbye is not forever.

Goodbye is not the end.

It simply means I’ll miss you.

Until we meet again

A viewing will be held on Friday, February 23rd from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm at Larkin Sunset Gardens located at 1950 E Dimple Dell Road (10600 S) Sandy, UT 84092. The funeral service will take place At 11:00 am on Saturday, February 24th at the Herriman Utah Stake Center located at 5562 West 13680 South Herriman, UT 84096. A viewing will be held beginning at 10:00 am prior to the services at the church.

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Carla, i’m so sorry about the loss of your sweet daughter in law Natalee. she sounds like she was an amazing young lady!
loving thoughts are with you and your family every day.
with lots of love, geri and Ray

- Geri Davis