ROCKFORD — It’s been four year’s now — this Natasha Cleary and her two sons were brutally murdered inside their
“I have my ups and downs my days,” Natasha’s Mother Cynthia Horton says. “But I know the lord is going to take care of it…. Just hoping that one day somebody will come forward and just release some information.”
That’s why friends and family came together Saturday afternoon, to both remember the three, but also to seek justice for their murder. Natasha’s nephew Marquavion say she was his favorite aunt, and that he cherished every moment he was able to spend with her.
“I miss her a lot because she used to give me everything,” Marquavion remembers. “I used to play with her kids a lot and so… She used to come over there and give me these little toy trucks and it used to be so cool i used to play with them a lot and it helped me remember her.”
But Marquavion says the pain from losing her still haunts him to this day.
“I have nightmares and stuff about her; it’s not very cool to have an auntie and her kids to die like that just out of the blue.”
And Cynthia hopes that days like today remind everyone that above all else, love is what’s most important.
“We need to love each other in our community, have peace in our community, and just be brothers and sisters to each other.”
The family say’s they are trying to branch out to other police agencies outside of the