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Albert Willard Natkong II

Southeast Alaskas Island News of Thorne Bay, Alaska

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Albert Willard Natkong II, age 26 died on September 18th, 2010 in Hy-daburg.

Albert was born on November 28, 1983 in Ketchikan. He attended Hy-daburg Elementary & Mount Edge-cumbe school in Sitka. Albert graduated from Hydaburg High School in 1992. He also attended Alaska Carpentry School in Anchorage.

He mostly lived in Hydaburg, but also Ketchikan and Sitka in 2009 and 2010 and in Craig from 2003 to 2004. Albert was a carpenter, longshoreman, and a fisherman.

Albert loved to work and was a hard worker. He started commercial fishing and doing carpentry at age 6/He was a "Mr. Fix-it" and loved helpinthers.

Albert belonged to the Presbyterian Church and enjoyed hunting, fishing, model building, and cooking.

Albert was preceeded in death by his grandparents, Flora Natkong, Per-lin LaBarge, & Myrtle LaBarge; aunt Corrine LaBarge; & uncle, Dawrence Natkong.

He is survived by his parents, Albert W. Natkong Sr. and Margaret J. Natkong of Hydaburg; children, Jad-en Isaacs Natkong and Helena Isaacs Natkong of Craig; brothers, Thomas Natkong of Hollis and Gerald Peele (Ellie) of Hydaburg; sister, Alsandra Peele (Jon Llanos) of Ketchikan. Nephews and Nieces, Josh Peele, Alex Peele, Tristen Llanos, Jhani Self, Neveag Peele, Madison Peele, Tasha

Llanos and Kendra Charline, Alissa Mia, & Kaeden Skultka; aunts & uncles, Gerald and Sharon LaBarge and Mary and Mike Waller of Seattle; and many cousins and special friends.

A viewing was held on September 23rd, 2010 at the Ketchikan Mortuary. On September 25th, 2010 there was a funeral service at the Presbyterian Church with Frank Demmert officiating.

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Original Publication Date: October 11, 2010

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