Alisha Yvonne Nater
November 18 1977 - January 17 2017 - Age 39

Alisha Yvonne Nater was called home to be with the Lord on January 31, 2017. We lost our beautiful Alisha and God got an amazing Angel. Alisha was born November 18, 1977 in East Amherst, NY. Alisha's childhood started in East Amherst, NY and took her to San Diego, CA, Los Angeles, CA, and Udine, Italy. Her college days were at UCSB (Santa Barbara, CA), North Idaho College (Coeur d' Alene, ID), and FL Institute of Technology (Melbourne, FL) all where she studied Marine Biology and played Women's Basketball. Alisha lived in Enumclaw, WA with her family and then settled in her condo in Auburn, WA with her son Chase. She enjoyed sharks, bats, pirates, cooking, tattoos, God & prayer, the colors black & silver, Italy, basketball and being with her son and family and friends. Alisha mostly worked in the restaurant and catering business and was last employed by Trapper's Sushi where she was a sushi chef and supervisor. Alisha was known to light up a room with her beautiful smile and was very kind, sweet, helpful, generous, humorous, a good listener and gave good insight.

Alisha is survived by her precious son Chase Maxwell Nater; parents Swen (Wendy) Nater and Marlene Nater; sister Valerie (Carlos) Corniel; nephew Aiden Corniel; neice Eva Corniel; grandmother Dorothy Murray; aunt Donna Rose; uncle Tim (Kristen) Rose; great uncle Jerry Weyer; great aunt Eileen Schaller; cousins, Bruce Schaller, Kiersten Withrow, Karissa (Mark) Mobilia, and Konner Rose.

Alisha was preceded in passing by her loving cousin Korey Rose; great grandmother Irene Weyer, and grandfather James Murray.

A Celebration of Alisha's life will be held on Saturday, March 18, 2017 at VFW Post 1949, 44426 244th Ave SE, Enumclaw, WA 98022. An inurnment service was held at Enumclaw Evergreen Memorial Park on February 10, 2017.

Memorial donations for Alisha's son Chase may be made at

Auburn, WA (current)
East Amherst, NY (birthplace)

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