Willie N Natty
  • 50 years old
  • Date of birth: Jul 27, 1966
  • Place of birth:
    Kumba, Cameroon
  • Date of passing: Oct 6, 2016
  • Place of passing:
    Maryland, United States
Let the memory of Willie be with us forever
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Willie Natty, 50, born on July 27, 1966 and passed away on October 6, 2016. We will remember him forever.
Memorial Tributes
This tribute was added by jubi jubi on 6th October 2017

"R.I.P Eboma. In our memories may you live on.
Gone too soon, indeed."

This tribute was added by Larry Besingi on 16th November 2016

"A Baron has Fallen and K town has lost one of its finest"
I really don't know where to begin. Is it kumba where you  came and hinted me of A level questions that we have to revise or some social issues you want to share and lets just laugh for the heck of it? Willy, you promise Fule to be her base ball coach and Ervin his football coach, I guess dat will never gonna happen! Marie wants to spend holidays with uncle Wllie and auntie Ndakaw, I guess dat will happen without you.
" No Way Out " as we called each other. what happened? I wish you could get up and tell us. No and No dat will never gonna happen.
Ah! alas  my friend is going to rest. Adieus my friend, the road you have travelled has come to an end. peace."

This tribute was added by Evelyne epie on 13th November 2016

"Willie it is still so hard to believe that you are no more. You always had a way of making  every one of your friends feel so cherished. Such a beautiful personality you had, you always stood for the truth and called a spade a spade. I last saw you in July 2014 after so many years, you made me feel like the most important person at that gala. I can still here these words you uttered to me" weh Nganepongs I wish na so die be dey'. Now I really wish "na so die be dey"  Willie.
We will miss the true friend that you were. Farewell, Willie! May the Angels take you safely to Father Abraham''s bossom! Lay down my dear brother and take your rest. Until we meet again. Good bye brother!
Nganepongs as you fondly called me!"

This tribute was added by John Epie on 12th November 2016

"The void created by your sudden death is still hard to grasp. For close to 30 years, I was lucky enough to have you as a real friend, a brother, a confidant. In fact it is not possible for me to put into words how much you meant to me. You positively influenced my life in so many ways and I will forever miss you. It often said that time heals all wounds, but even as I write, albeit more than a month after your transition, I can tell you that I feel the same pain in my heart that I felt that Thursday, October 6, 2016. Adieu Eboma!"

This tribute was added by Evelyn Elokobi on 5th November 2016

"My sweetheart Willie
I sit alone now in the darkness of despair
I cry my silent tears,
The loneliness surround me ,
It takes my breath away,
My heart is broken to million tiny pieces but filled with so many beautify memories
       This pattern of life,since that awful,dreadful day Oct 6th without clue or hint of what was yet to be ,God called you home to be with him
I walk n talk .I carry on when the sun ride but when darkness and evening comes I cannot go to bed .For this is when I miss you most of all.
           My baby, never had I dreamt that one of the vows I took (till death do us part)when we got married will happen this soon.I envisaged life with you much longer,having  celebrated various milestone,such as our don n daughters becoming fine young people, guided by both our inputs
            As I reflect  on the life of my husband it's easy to see his most obvious talent, that's love and respect for others, his honesty of friendship and above all his love for his family.we must live on! That will be your legacy.My baby thanks you for the love we shared.You were the best husband, father , brother, in law, and friend we could have ever wanted .Its so difficult to say good bye .I bid u Adieu my love till we meet again
                           Your lovely wife  Mandaks
                           As I you always call me"

This tribute was added by Fadimatou nsume Atze on 28th October 2016

""My condolences to the Nattys." Jimmy, sis Eve and kids are in our prayers. Big bro Willy u were ä loving, caring,and soft Person. We gonna miss u. God knows why it happened. RIP big bro"

This tribute was added by V. Muna Kangsen on 25th October 2016

"Heartfelt condolences to Jimmy and the rest of the Natty clan."

This tribute was added by Edmond Epie on 23rd October 2016

"Someone once said, "Time is perhaps our most precious commodity and once it passes, it is lost forever"
"Eboma", there was indeed a time we hung out, ate, talked, texted and emailed... but all of that is now gone but for the wonderful memories. You will not be forgotten. I promise you this!
Love you forever. Adieu bros"

This tribute was added by Felix Ojong Arrey on 23rd October 2016

"Grand Willie, It is very hard to believe that you have left us this early.  You were a loving person to all who knew you. In every situation you stood by those you could, dishing your humble opinion where needed. I hope God has judged your good works and now has a quiet space for you to rest. Until we meet again "Grand Willie" ADIEU!"

This tribute was added by Ngomba Ekali on 22nd October 2016

"Willie my classmate, neighbor, and friend ,you were the most gentle soûl I ever crossed path with on this earthly journey. I shed tears because I'll never again hear that gentle voice, but I'm consoled because I know u rest with thé Lord. Adieu my friend."

This tribute was added by Dipanda Joly on 20th October 2016

"God gives and he takes there is no victory in death but the accomplishment of a life time and fulfillment of the Lord's promise of eternal life RIP Big Willy"

Leave a Tribute:
Invite your family and friends
to visit this memorial:

Subscribe to receive e-mail notifications when others contribute to this memorial.

This memorial is administered by:

Edmond Epie

Kindly sponsored by:


Have a suggestion for us?

We are waiting for your feedback!