Megan Nathanson (aka Dillon Tripps) grew up in Livermore, Ca, and sadly left us on Sunday, September 30. She was 26 years old and was born November 4, 1991 in Walnut Creek, Ca. She went through the Livermore school system, graduating from Granada High School in 2009. She was known for her kind heart, infectious smile, laughter and colorful art work. Her art could be found on the cover of the Granada High School course schedules, a fun run shirt, in the Las Positas College Anthology 2012 and on the walls of 621 Skate Shop that was formerly housed in Downtown Livermore. Megan’s art work was commissioned on hats, clothing and shoes. She also designed and produced various tattoos. An individualist, Megan created her own style and fashion.
Megan leaves behind her mother Denise Boutte Nathanson and father William Nathanson, and her sister Nico Addams, (aka Melissa Nathanson) as well as her grandmothers Jean Boutte and Vivian Nathanson, Aunt Lucia Boutte Osborn and Uncle Ernie Osborn, Uncle Phil Boutte and Aunt Angela Boutte, Uncle Eliot and Aunt Juliette Nathanson, and her cousins Abigail and Emily Osborn, Kash Boutte, and Aaron and Jerome Nathanson.
A Celebration of Life will be held on Sunday, November 4, what would have been her 27th birthday at 5718 Arlene Way Livermore, CA from 1:00-4:00PM. A memory book will be made; if you would like to contribute memories and pictures email firstname.lastname@example.org. In lieu of flowers please make donations in Megan's name to The Homeless Action Center http://homelessactioncenter.org/ or National Alliance on Mental Health https://www.nami.org/.