Natalie (lemmon) Lundberg cancer fund

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gbracken Nov 28

I’m very sorry to hear of Natalie’s passing…I have been friends with Ted since he was a teenager, he’s a great guy and I’ve watched him stand by Natalie and help her try to heal herself throughout this entire ordeal. I encouraged him to take her to the Gerson clinic in AZ because I’ve seen first hand how the natural foods God has provided us have power to heal…


I’ve known Natalie since Ted met her years ago, she is an incredible individual, mother, wife and entrepreneur! When I spoke with her a month ago, she was ready to meet this challenge head-on with determination and bravery…


I can’t imagine the loss Ted, his children, family and friends are feeling at this time…but I know that they will be reunited with Natalie as an eternal family soon…I’m so grateful for that certainty! Ted, we are praying for you and your family, that your souls will be comforted through the power of our Savior. We love you and promise to always be there for you, for whatever we can do to ease your burden…

Jessica Knapp Oct 23

Natalie,


You are such a sweet, tender soul. I am praying for you Natalie.

jendoyle Oct 22

Niki Stockdale, thank you so much for sharing that story! It is a miracle just like that that we are hoping for. :)

nstockdale Oct 20

I was touched by this story and wanted to say that I think it’s great she’s going to try the natural treatments as well. One of my close friends from high school has a younger brother who struggled with leukemia at 3 separate times throughout his childhood. They did chemo and he would go into remission each time. However, at age 19 he started feeling ill again. They found a leukemic tumor the size of an orange inside his brain. His body did not respond to chemo at all this time and the doctor gave him a month to live and sent him home. His family chose to take him to Mexico where they still did treatments of chemo, but also fed him an all natural, raw diet as well as acupuncture, etc. Within 6 months the tumor had shrunk to the size of a walnut. The tumor was also now benign & consistently shrinking. He is now finished with college and is a healthy young man living a happy healthy life. Just wanted to share this story to give you hope that miracles do indeed happen. I hope Natalie will experience such a miracle also. :)

Julie Smith Oct 16

Just changed the goal amount to $5,000. I was surprised and amazed at how fast we reached $2,500 and am so grateful to everyone sharing, donating and praying. APPRECIATE all the LOVE!!!! Natalie is feeling these wonderful acts of charity as everyday miracles which will help ease her mind which can help her have the best chances of getting better. Thanks again to all Natalie’s angels.

Julie Smith Oct 16

We have reached our intitial GOAL but will keep the page up and going…please feel free to keep sharing,donating and praying

thank you ….thank you… thank you…for my sister and our family

Julie Smith Oct 15

A special thank you to matt and kayla lemmon who made this touching video to tell us Natalie’s story. We feel your love and it is so sweet and pure and amazing

Julie Smith Oct 15

thanks everyone for their support so far by sharing the page with friends and donating. Natalie feels your love and support, I know she does and it will make her stronger. Keep up the prayers and well wishes. I will keep this page going even after we reach the initial goal I know she could use as much as possible with different expenses.

thank you thank you from all of her family.

Julie (Lemmon) Smith