Roberta L. Noonan

Orland Park, Illinois

May 1, 1933 – Oct 6, 2019 (Age 86)


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(nee Lamneck) "Bobbie Noonan" May 1, 1933 – October 6, 2019.Beloved wife of Joseph G. Noonan. Devoted mother of Jim (Tina) Noonan, Kathy (Bob) Riddell, Mike (Cindy) Noonan, Pat (Matt) Arena, Mary (late James) (late Fred Beyer) Karstens, Nora (Jim) Ferrill, and Fr. Joe T. Noonan. Cherished...

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Bobbie was one of the most influential people in my life!
She changed the world in a very special way.
My condolences to the Noonan Families.

Father Joe,
Our prayers our with you. She will be in heaven with our daughter that we lose on Monday the 7 of Oct the day after your Mom.

Thank you for your prayers for our daughter and doing the blessing at her Memorial.

Antoinette & Dominic Digregorio

Our condolences to the Noonan & Lamneck families.

Linda & Jim Jeffries

My fondest/earliest memory of Bobbie was watching in awe as she read or worked on her Phd, while 7 siblings, their friends and neighborhood kids took over their house and backyard!! I truly believe we were her first lab observations for what became her future life's journey. She coined the term, multitasking, long before it got popular, but she always placed Christ above all else. I know she's already in heaven and I am she will be a saint one day. The earth will miss this most...

My condolences to the Noonan & Lamneck families. Her dedication & inspiration was abounding. Our daughters now ages 32 & 30 attended Bobbie Noonan's Preschool. I always raved about her wonderful staff & program ...a true reflection of her love of children/teaching. May you all cherish & find comfort in the beautiful memories she has left behind.

Bobbie Noonan was an amazing person. She lived her convictions to the fullest and inspired me to do the same when she hired me for the first real job I had after college. My condolences to her family and to all who love her.

A job well done!

Thanks to Mrs.Noonan and her school , she changed my son Evan's whole grammar school experience. For that I'm forever internally grateful