John -Noel-Obituary

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John William Noel

Seattle, Washington

1954 - 2019 (Age 65)


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Harvey Family Funeral Home Obituary

Born October 10. 1954 in Seattle; passed away October 15, 2019 of heart failure.

Survived by Colleen, his loving wife of 42 years; his daughter, Katie; his brother, Steven Noel (Catherine); a large extended family and an abundance of friends.

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A day at Nakashima Barn Park

Donna and I are really blessed to have shared in family gatherings with you and John over the years, and more recently, visiting with you both on various occasions. You and John have showed us what true love and devotion looks like in many ways we will never forget! We miss John now, but we look forward to the day when well all be re-united, with Jesus in heaven! God bless you ALWAYS!

Blessed are they that mourn: for they shall be comforted. ~ Matthew 5:4 KJV

John...May you Rest In Peace my friend♥ You were always such a hard worker and one of the kindest people I know. Always a Godly man who loved his wife Colleen and his daughter Katie who he loved so much.
I loved working with you every day my friend and I will miss you so much.
My condolences to the family♥

I will never forget John. In 30 years of nursing, I have never come across a patient so kind when he was in pain and so accepting when he was scared. He was selfless when he could've been disagreeable, and funny when he could've been crying. I heard him talk on the phone to an old friend recanting his life and times, being very vivid of the joys he had with his work and family. He said to this man, "I feel very lucky". I looked into his eyes with a flashlight noting...

I am sorry that John died so young. He was a wonderful neighbor on 86th. I hope your grieving is lightened by the many wonderful memories you share.

In loving memory of a brother in Christ!

Im deeply saddened to learn of Johns passing. Although I havent kept in touch through the years, I still remember Johns huge smile and wonderful sense of humor. As I recall, he was a true godly man who loved family and life to the fullest. I am honored to have spent a small, but memorable part of my life with John. The world will miss him, but heaven will be a better place with John there. I will see him again in Gods time. My condolences to Colleen and his entire family.