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Lois Jane Noonan
Date of Death: August 1, 2010
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Lois Jane Zander Noonan Lois Jane Noonan, 74, of Frederick County, Virginia, passed away, Sunday, August 1, 2010, in the Winchester Medical Center. She married Paul Francis Noonan on June 27, 1964, in Washington, D.C. Mrs. Noonan was born in 1936 in Towne Hoarde, Wisconsin, the daughter of the late Harry Edward and Helen Eva …
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Shirley left a message on January 30, 2013:
I have SO many great memories made with you, Loie, from taking you on walks when I'd get home from grade school to being Matron of Honor in your beautiful wedding. You can be easily described as a sister with good humor, a wonderful laugh and ready for a good time. Your legacy will alwys include being a talented 6th grade teacher for many years, an artist and creative in all you did, a seamstress requiring perfection in any garment you sewed. You liked to travel, cook up a gourmet meal for a special occasion and were a voracious reader of books.. I really liked being with you because you were a good listener besides being able to like discussing into the night on current affairs, politics, social issues and multiple subjects. I appreciated your warm heart and compassion for others, especially with challenges. So what don't I like about you? You are no longer here to have that comradare with. I will really miss that but I'll have to settle for the good memories and history made together and hope you are preparing a party for the rest of us to arrive at your "door"in the future. Thanks for the memories and good times. Love you always, Shirl
Dawna left a message on January 30, 2013:
Shirl, you couldn't have spoken more honest and kind words of such an incredible woman with so many talents. It was always such a pleasure to visit with her, only wish I had done it more. We will all miss her warm and compassionate ways. We will miss you Aunt Lois may you rest in peace. Dawna
lynne left a message on January 30, 2013:
I will always remember waiting patiently for your gift to arrive at Christmas when I was younger. It would always be beautful with the most special wrapping and it always glittered. That is how I will always remember you Glittering. Give my Dad a kiss and hug from me. Love Lynne
Shirley Rammer left a message on August 3, 2010:
I have SO many great memories made with you, Loie, from taking you on walks when I'd get home from grade school to being Matron of Honor in your beautiful wedding. You can be easily described as a sister with good humor, a wonderful laugh and ready for a good time. Your legacy will alwys include being a talented 6th grade teacher for many years, an artist and creative in all you did, a seamstress requiring perfection in any garment you sewed. You liked to travel, cook up a gourmet meal for a special occasion and were a voracious reader of books.. I really liked being with you because you were a good listener besides being able to like discussing into the night on current affairs, politics, social issues and multiple subjects. I appreciated your warm heart and compassion for others, especially with challenges. So what don't I like about you? You are no longer here to have that comradare with. I will really miss that but I'll have to settle for the good memories and history made together and hope you are preparing a party for the rest of us to arrive at your "door"in the future. Thanks for the memories and good times. Love you always, Shirl
Dawna Frasca left a message on August 4, 2010:
Shirl, you couldn't have spoken more honest and kind words of such an incredible woman with so many talents. It was always such a pleasure to visit with her, only wish I had done it more. We will all miss her warm and compassionate ways. We will miss you Aunt Lois may you rest in peace. Dawna
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lynne frasca-campbell left a message on August 5, 2010:
I will always remember waiting patiently for your gift to arrive at Christmas when I was younger. It would always be beautful with the most special wrapping and it always glittered. That is how I will always remember you Glittering. Give my Dad a kiss and hug from me. Love Lynne
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