Noah Parsons Neal
1979 - 2020
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NEAL, Noah Parsons Noah Parsons Neal was born in Birmingham, Al., June 30, 1979 and passed away in Austin, TX., November 23, 2020. He was raised in Graham, TX., and graduated from Graham High School where he was active in Mr. Cody's theatre group, the RSBBB and was the school mascot his senior year. Noah graduated from McLennan Community College and St. Edwards University with degrees in Performing Arts. After college Noah was a member of the Hyde Park Theatre group and appeared in numerous productions there. He loved the Austin music scene and was a dedicated Kelly Willis fan. Noah worked at Stubb's Barbeque, Children's Advocacy Centers of Texas and the University of Texas. Noah is survived by his son Henry, parents John and Teresa, sister Mary and ex wife Leah, all in the Austin area. Also his Uncle Mike Neal and wife Linda, Graham, TX., and Aunt Jackie House and husband Bill of Corpus Christi. Of his many other relatives, Noah was especially fond of his cousins Molly Grantges, Georgetown TX., and Rachel Hayden of Burleson, TX. He is preceded in death by his grandparents H.L. and Leora Parsons and Jack Neal of Graham, and Jean Clark, Yantis, TX. Noah had a good heart and a sweet soul. We cherish the time he was with us and will miss him every day. Because of the times there will be no service or celebration of life at this time. Remembrances in his name may be made to Hyde Park Theatre or a charity of your choice

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Published in Austin American-Statesman on Nov. 29, 2020.
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December 28, 2020
Noah guided me through my first FronteraFest. His likable but inept criminal was the center of the play, Larius Likler. We prepared for one performance, but ended up doing Best of Fest and 12 more shows the next month. He was dependable, but also made small new and interesting choices that kept the extended run fresh and fun, as did his generosity and kindness on- and off-stage.

Wishing Noah's family and friends comfort in your memories with him.
David DuBose
December 16, 2020
Mary I am so sorry for your loss! Noah had a beautiful spirit a big heart, and a fiery personality that was so outgoing & friendly, everyone wanted to be around him bc that's where the fun was at. I hope you find comfort during this difficult time. Miss you!
Christy King
December 1, 2020
I was very lucky to meet Noah 15 years ago. He was such a sweet and kind man. I am so sorry that he is no longer with his family and friends, but so grateful that we were able to spend time with gentle and loving soul.
Ken Webster
November 29, 2020
Sending love and light to Noah's friends and family from all of us at St. Edward's University Department of Performing Arts/Mary Moody Northen Theatre. Holding you in our hearts now and always.
Michelle Polgar
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