Condolence: As someone who never had the privilege of having true family, I cannot thank Bonnie and Noel enough for having welcomed my daughter and I into their home for many,many years...allowing us to share in special occasions with your family....although not by family lineage, we will ALWAYS refer to Noel as ' UNCLE Noel'....thank-you for being the kind hearted and generous man that you were...You will be terribly missed....hugs and much love to Bonnie and Connie and the rest of the family xoxo
Condolence: There truly are no words for such a tremendous loss. Heaven has gained a very special angel. I'll never forget his smooches & loving heart. He played a very special part in my teenage years and into my 20s and for that I will always be greatful.
Sending so much love to all of you.
Reunited again with Philly. Until we meet again xox
Condolence: We are so fortunate that Bonnie and Noel became not only neighbours but also lifelong friends. Noel always had a special greeting for us or for anyone that passed through his door. My kids grew up calling him Uncle Noel and getting noogies and lots of love from him as did my grandchildren. He spent many hours in the garage working on wood projects that turned out beautifully and helped me out on a couple of projects. I will miss him telling Bonnie to hide the tea and honey whenever I went for a visit. The reunion with Phillip must have been beautiful. RIP dear friend.
Condolence: Dear Aunt Bonnie, Connie, Dennis, Nicholas, Lorranne and Alexander,
My heart feels the immense loss of my Uncle Noel. I realize I sound selfish using the word "my", I know he was Uncle Noel to so many! But that is one of the things about him, he always makes you feel special about being you, and that he loves YOU. My nickname from him is Marsha-May. And I will never forget the many ways he called that out when he saw me. :)
Again, I send much strength your way as you navigate through this painful time.
With much love, Aunt Marsha/Marsha-May xoxo
Cathie and I are deeply sorry for your loss. I have many fond memories of my older brother. Growing up and in our younger days, we shared many good times and a few not so good. Noel will always have a special place in all our hearts. I'll always remember Noel's laugh and how warmly he use to greet me. When we got together he'd often ask "How are you my son?". I miss you already, please give mom a kiss for me in heaven.