Saturday, March 9, 2024

Natividad Westcomb

 Westcomb, Natividad 01/01/1952 - 02/29/2024 Orlando, FL Natividad (Vida) Westcomb, age 72, of Kissimmee, Florida passed away Thursday, February 29th, 2024 at the Halifax Health Hospice facility of Ormond Beach, FL. She was born in Manila, Philippines the daughter of the late Capitulina Sano Ginete and Pedro Andoy Ginete. 

Natividad met her husband in San Diego, CA, moved to Muskegon Michigan and resided in Michigan for over 30 years before settling in Florida. She retired from computer room operations at Alcoa Howmet Corporation. She was an avid volunteer at VA Medical Center of Orlando and Advent Health Kissimmee. She was a member of First Baptist Orlando Church, the First Orlando choir, Heartsong, Todo Divas, and an honorary member of PNACF. She loved to travel with her sister and family, sing and dance, and was a light to all who knew her. 

Natividad is preceded in death by her parents, brother Rolando Ginete, husband Stephen Westcomb, and son Jared Ryan Westcomb (1986) and leaves to cherish her memory, daughter Heidi Lanae Warnez (Daniel) of Orlando; son Matthew Stephen Westcomb (Christy) of Arvada, CO; twin sister Susie Uyeji (George) of San Diego, CA; two brothers, Junior Ginete of San Diego, CA and Reynaldo Ginete (Delia) of Virginia Beach, VA; one loving sister-in-law Amelia Ginete of Daly City, CA; grandchildren - Kennedy, Sarah and Finley Warnez of Orlando, Grayson, Ava and Olivia Westcomb of Arvada. 

The family will have a viewing at 12:30 PM with a funeral service to follow at 1:30 PM on Friday, March 22nd, at First Baptist Church of Orlando with Dr. David Uth, Pastor officiating. A small reception will be provided afterward. 




  1. That is a beautiful tribute to our dear Vida. She and Steve were loyal friends for over 44 years, and there are so many cherished memories. It’s difficult to imagine that she is now gone, too. Just imagine how the chorus in Heaven sounds now that she has joined in the glorious choir. May her strength, love, kindness, and laughter live on forever. We will miss you terribly, but Heaven is a much richer place with you in It.

  2. I am so sorry for your loss. I want to just say that Vida was a ray of sunshine in our service. She was living her best life, and she loved you all so much. Vida was someone who no matter how bad your day was she would always brighten it. She was one of the most wonderful people that I have met in my life, and I will always carry her memory with me. Please know that Vida was happy and found her purpose. Even though she was taken from us too soon, I am sure she is watching over us to remind us how wonderful life can be.