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Natalie Smoker

Natalie Smoker Natalie Smoker

Natalie Nicole Smoker, 31, of Frazer, died June 6, 2020, in Louisiana.

She was born to Loren and Anita Smoker May 17, 1989. She grew up in Frazer, attended Frazer High School and graduated in May 2007.

While attending school, she played volleyball, ran cross country, basketball and participated in choir. She lived with Lewellyn Smoker during high school along with her adopted sisters Jamie Smoker, Pauline Smoker, Gina Smoker, Chante Japp, Sharon Jackson, Chelsie White Hawk and adopted brother Julian Smoker.

She was outgoing and caring and made everyone laugh with her sense of humor. In 2009, she moved to Hawaii and worked as a cook at a restaurant. In 2010, she met Stanley Mc-Coy of Amite, La. During their time together, they had four children, Elijah Paul Smoker, Loren Charles Smoker, Sinyah Renee Ernestine McCoy and Antonio Jerome McCoy. She attended her son’s sporting events and would be the loudest parent cheering him on.

She is survived by her mother, Anita Smoker; husband, Stanley McCoy; children, Elijah Smoker, Loren Smoker, Sinyah McCoy and Antonio McCoy; and siblings, Lionel White, Latoya Turntoes, Curtis Smoker, Sheldon Smoker and Donell Smoker.

She was preceded in death by sister, Lonell.

A graveside service was held Saturday, June 20, at St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery in Frazer.

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