Natalie Luttmer has lived in Washington State for 25 years. She grew up with a strong interest in drama and music. She learned to play several instruments
in her youth. She was a member of the nationally award-winning Moses Lake Drill Team, the Molahiettes, and is in the WSDDCA Hall of Fame with her team.
Natalie’s experiences throughout her life have shown her determination, dedication and perseverance.
Natalie enjoys cooking, baking, party planning, interior design, jewelry design, modeling and family game night. Natalie and her husband, Landon, have been married for 4 years and have 7 children: Carter, 15; Byron, 13; Meredith, 10; Grayson, 8; Scarlett, 7; and a 2-year old set of twins, Asher and Pierce.
The Luttmer family enjoys spending time outdoors, hiking and camping in the beautifully diverse landscape of Washington. Natalie always knew she wanted a large family. She enjoys spending time with her family and involving them in her volunteer work.
Natalie is actively involved in her community and state. Her mother has always said Natalie was blessed with a giving heart from the time she was a young child. She is a board member of the Moses Lake Public Library Foundation and assisted in organizing their yearly fundraiser “Bagels for Books”.
Natalie co-organized a Mother-Daughter Tea Party, with all proceeds benefitting the Victoria Siegel Foundation. Her heart was touched by the great need
for organizations that support for families and youth affected by substance abuse, which is why she chose “Substance Abuse Awareness” as her community service platform. One of her favorite quotes is by Charles Dickens, “No one is useless in this world who lightens the burdens of another.”