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Noah L. Anglin II

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Noah L. Anglin II Obituary
Noah L. Anglin, II (Jr.)
1938 - 2017
Resident of San Jose
Noah L. Anglin, II (Jr.), passed away peacefully at Stanford Hospital on early Saturday, March 18, 2017 at the age of 78 with loving wife Mary Anglin and family by his side. He was the son of Noah and Olivia L. Anglin, and brother to 3 siblings. Noah was born in Frankfort, Kentucky on July 4th, 1938.
Graduating from the University of Kentucky in engineering, Noah was selected by the exclusive IBM Tool & Die Internship Program which led him to California working for IBM and later OCI, Verbatum, Atari, Simutrek, Exidy, and P.F. Magic. Noah co-invented the Skeet Ball Game machine for Chuck E. Cheese; devised patents for Poqet Computers - the beginnings of "palm computing" – and Vodafone - the cutting edge of early e-commerce. Over this span, Noah had over 20 ground breaking patents that have helped define what Silicon Valley is today.
Along the way, Noah adopted a Panda, named Blondie (You-You) in China. And, he loved to hike, travel around the world and especially work on vintage cars like Porsche, Morgan and Buick. This included 2 awards: a 2007 Fortuna Redwood AutoXpo Best in Show for his work done on a 1963 Buick Wildcat convertible and a people's choice award at a Hayward, CA show for most unique car with his 1968 Morgan Plus 4, a fairly rare British auto.
A public viewing will be held on Saturday, April 1, 2017 from 9am to 9pm at Oak Hill Memorial Park, 300 Curtner Avenue, San Jose, CA 95125, Phone: (408) 297-2447. Donations to Stanford Cancer Research preferred over flowers.

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Published in San Jose Mercury News/San Mateo County Times on Mar. 26, 2017
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