Natasha Leigh Luxon

July 5, 1984 - July 5, 2023
July 11, 2023 8 Condolences Print Obituary Send Flowers

Natasha (Tash) was born in Yellowknife, NT where she grew up with her mom, Lorraine Fillion and stepdad Dave Payne. She completed her K-12 school years before she attended the Academy of Learning in Yellowknife while completing her Office Administration and Computerized Accounting courses. In 2006, Natasha married her best friend Bud Luxon in Yellowknife where they raised their two children, Carleigh and Brayden. After completing her post secondary schooling, she had opportunities to work in a few different office settings as she was employed by Office Compliments, an Employment Placement Agency. During her time with Office Compliments, she met a lot of new people and made friends easily. She decided to apply at the NWT Tourism office as a receptionist where she remained employed for a couple years. She had an opportunity to apply for a government position with the GNWT as a data entry clerk for the Yellowknife Health and Social Services Authority. After 5 short years in that position, she resigned from the government and the family relocated to Devon, Ab to pursue employment opportunities.

While residing in Devon Ab, the opportunity to complete Flight Attendant training presented itself and she jumped at the chance to work in the airline industry. She was nervous to start on the flight line but she overcame this fear quickly with her friendly and people loving personality. In a just a couple flights, she began to get to know a lot of her passengers which allowed for some professional friendships to begin. Some of these friendships continued to flourish with each ongoing individual encounter. Many would refer to her as a “Social Butterfly”.

In 2020, COVID-19 struck and with the hardships of the rising cost of living and reduced hours at work during the global pandemic, the decision was made to sell the house and relocate to Leduc, AB to focus on getting life back on track. A couple months after the sale of their home in Devon, life was beginning to return to normal and sadly she was suddenly taken from us due to an unknown heart condition.

Tash is survived by her Husband Bud Luxon, Children Carleigh and Brayden Luxon, Mother Lorraine Fillion, Father Kevin Morfitt, Stepfather Dave Payne, Brother Cory Fillion, Sisters Megan and Brianne Morfitt, Aunts Valerie Fillion and Linda Morfitt-Cyr, Uncles Norman and Darren Fillion, Keith Morfitt, Doug Phillips, Duane Debastien and numerous nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

A Celebration of Life will be held on July 12, 2023, from 2:00pm - 8:00pm at Aspen Creek Community Hall located at 4023 Aspen Way, Leduc Ab. You may contact Danielle Arlint for further information at 780-996-6720.

A second Celebration of Life will be held In Yellowknife, NT. Further details to be determined.

In lieu of flowers, please consider grocery gift cards for the family. Thank you.

  1. So sorry for ur loss and to her beautiful family

  2. I worked with Tasha in the hotel industry in Yellowknife many years ago. Tasha was a kind, smart, funny and beautiful person who cared deeply about her family. I am thinking of her loved ones and sending my deepest condolences. Ironically I bumped in Tasha here in Yellowknife just a couple of weeks ago, after not seeing each other for over 10 years. It was so nice to catch up and hear about her ‘grown’ children. I will take this conversation we had as a blessing and cherish it. I’m so sorry for your loss Bud…..sending prayers to you and your family.

  3. Very sad to hear of your loss of Tash, she was a lovely woman I was privileged to work with at YHSSA, always friendly and social in the office, a joy to be around. My condolences to her friends and family.

  4. My Condolences to Tasha’s beautiful family and her many friends. She was my BFF. We worked together in Yellowknife for a year, then ended up on a trip together to Cuba years ago, as we had a mutual best friend Jenna. When I found out she moved to Devon, I was excited to spend time with fellow ‘Northerners’. I became part of the family spending most weekends there with my little dog. Camping, birthdays…so many laughs and good times. I don’t know what I’m going to do without her support and friendship. Love you forever Tash, Bud, Carleigh and Brayden. Xoxo

  5. My sincere condolences to family and friends but especially to her husband and children. My niece was so loved by all. This was such a shock.
    Rest High on that Mountain Natasha!
    You will never be forgotten!
    Love Auntie Linda

  6. You were the nicest person in Yellowknife and i am sure you continued to hold that title as you moved around Alberta. I’m so sorry for all the people you left behind. The hole you leave is much to large to fill. Enjoy your next chapter.

  7. My heart goes out to the Fillions. I knew her since she was about six or seven years old. I hung out with her uncle Norm and knew most of her family, really good people. She was an extraordinary person, even in death dying on her 39th birthday. She will be missed by everyone who knew her. I just found out last night of her death and i join everyone else who is saddened and shocked.

  8. Lorraine and Cory, we are saddened to hear of the loss of your beautiful daughter and sister. Annette, Doug, Ron and Quinn

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