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August 15, 2018

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June 15, 2018
Still thinking about you uncle Noel RIP
July 30, 2017
As the long time partner of my friend Carolyn, you were a great friend to me as well Noel. Funny and happy memories from London to Dallas. A complete Irishman with a wicked sense of humour, warm hospitality, and an interesting conversation. I miss you both.
July 5, 2017
I'm truly sorry I never got to meet you Noel. Truly. I genuinely would loved to have talked to you and I really feel like I have lost out on knowing your story. But from reading some of your Dallas friends comments it really paints a picture of who you were, a real testimony of a genuine Irish boy and a great friend. R.I.P Noelie and throw an oul eye on my Daddy and your nephew Tommy.
April 13, 2017
My memories of Uncle ''Noley'' as we called him are he put me on his back and swam the breath of he Liffey after I nearly drowned so I would not be scared of he water, he also left us a precious gift of his cocker spaniel dog Rex who lived to a ripe old age, my final and lasting memory is watching his back as he walked into the distance after saying his farewells to my mother as he set out on his life's path, he was never forgotten and spoken of often with fondness, he was like a brother to us Grahams, so on that note I wish Uncle Noley a fond farewell on his final journey may he Rest In Peace xxxx Your Niece Rita (Graham)