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John Paul Natanson August 17, 1942 - August 19, 2019

Katy, Texas— John Paul Natanson, 77 years old, died Sunday, August 19th 2019 at the TMC Memorial Herman Hospital due to health complications.

He leaves his wife of 47 years, Glynda (Goldstein) Natanson; his first born son, Jason Natanson and his wife, Adina Natanson, and their three children, Noah, Talia, and Evan. His 2nd son Mark Natanson and his wife Tiffany Natanson and their triplets, Noah, Dakota, and Elijah. John also has a sister name Jacky and her husband Georges Heim with their two children, Daphne and Jimmy.

Born and raised in Harrison New York, the son of Norbert and Erna (Schwabacher) Natanson, he was a lifelong resident of Houston, Texas.

In his early years, Mr. Natanson attended boarding school in Connecticut.. After graduating from Cherry Lawn Boarding School, he attended Windham University…. while he was there he played the place kicker of the collegiate football team. He graduated in 1966 with a bachelor’s degree in Economics. In 1969 he started working for the United Jewish Appeal, fundraising to support Israeli charities in the south east. Later that year He met his wife, Glynda Goldstein, at a Jewish singles event In Atlanta Georgia and they were married in July 23 1972 in Jacksonville, Florida In 1977 john decided to get his real estate license and work for Vonnie Cobb Realtors. He not only took pride in his business, but truly relished the friends he made during his time he worked there. John received a humanitarian award through the rotary club of America because of his strong efforts to help the community stay strong and striving. He also received the Paul Harris Award.

Mr. Natanson had a passion for Aggie football., he would loved watching their games every Saturday. He like to collect Aggie paraphernalia and wore the team colors. As an active outdoorsman, John enjoyed being an assistant scout master for his local Boy Scout troop.

John like to stay active. He loved to play golf, tennis, and bowling. He was a proud member of the b’nai brith bowling team.

A graveside service will be held on Wednesday, August 21, 2019 at 4:00 pm at Beth Yeshurun Post Oak Cemetery, 1037 North Post Oak Road, Houston, Texas 77055

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