Tributes after shock death of 14-year-old performer Natasha Scott-Falber who had ‘glittering future’ ahead of her
HEARTFELT tributes have been paid to aspiring performer Natasha Scott-Falber after her death at the age of 14.
The talented teenager died last Thursday – just days before her 15th birthday – leaving her family and school friends at Wyedean School, in Sedbury, devastated.
Mum Mandy Falber said: “Natasha was beautiful and full of life. She was talented and intelligent.
“There’s no doubt she had a glittering future ahead of her.
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“Natasha was a very popular young lady, who was loved and respected by young and old.
“Her beautiful smile will be missed, along with her laughter, her singing, her enthusiasm, her joy of life.
“When Tash walked into a room she lit it up.”
The family said that she had suffered from suspected norovirus and septicaemia.
A postmortem is set to be carried out.
Hundreds of school pals have joined in with tributes on Facebook.
Her headteacher Clive Pemberton said: “It has been a desperate shock to us all and school has been a sombre place.
“Natasha was a bubbly and energetic girl. Her life with us was all about music and drama.”
She was a popular singer after winning best duet at the school’s Eisteddfod festival when she sang with her brother Daniel Falber, 18, also a performer.
She was also a member of Wyedean Choir and Wyedean Gospel Choir.
Natasha, who lived in Caerwent, even travelled to Uganda to look after orphaned babies.
“She always looked for the good in others and had time for everyone,” said mum Mandy.
“She raised thousands of pounds for different charities.
“As a family we will miss everything about Tash but she will live on in our hearts forever.”
Composer Nicholas Keyworth, who has worked with Natasha’s brother Daniel, said: “Natasha was that special girl who had the ability to turn heads.”