Metro Woman Hopes Sentimental Bracelet That Honors Mother Is Found


Thursday, January 7th 2016, 5:51 pm
By: News 9


A Stillwater assistant school principal needs the public’s help to find something she lost that’s very dear to her.

Natalie Fluty’s been an assistant principal at Skyline Elementary for two and a half years. She said one of her big regrets is her mother Carol died from a rare form of Leukemia six months before Natalie got her job. 

In Carol’s honor, Natalie and her three sisters had identical rustic cuff orange leather and silver bracelets made. The phrase “I Love You Forever” was engraved.

Natalie’s bracelet fell off her left wrist while she was Christmas shopping at Quail Springs Mall back on December 11. She said the mall and several of the stores she shopped at have said her prized possession has not turned up.

Natalie recently started a Facebook campaign to help search for the bracelet.

“People have been so kind and compassionate,” she said. “There’s like 16,000 shares of people trying to help me, which I think is amazing.”

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