Eleanor HAUBACH
1933 - 2021
BORN
1933
DIED
2021
HAUBACH (née Farrell), Eleanor Julia

Better known as Nonie, lived for 88 wonderful years (August 19th 1933 – November 22nd 2021). A native Ohioan, Nonie was born in Cincinnati, but was a long-time resident of

Dayton and a graduate of Holy Trinity. A true matriarch: a mother for 67 years, a grandmother for 45 years, and a great-grandmother for 25 years. Fierce, independent, loyal, and

courageous. Nonie was unlike any other; her commitment to her family knew no bounds and she played so many pivotal roles. World's greatest pancake maker; life of the party;

ferocious debater, pop culture connoisseur, thrift store and garage sale bargain hunter; and day trip camper. Welcoming, but not always friendly. She answered the phone with a

demanding "YEAH!" but was always there to help, support, and provide a laugh. Spunky, eclectic, and self-determined. Above all things, she was someone who loved without limit. Accepted without condition. Gave without expectation. She leaves behind a devoted family who will never be the same without her. A family that will love, honor, and remember her forever. Daughters Renee, Julie, Amy (Eric) and Jamie. Grandchildren Erica (Scott), Pandy (Eric), Sammi, Rod, Brecklin,

dedicated grandson Zach aka "Bub," Whitney (Chrissy), Carridy (Cierra), Todd (Lavelle). Great-Grand Children Kasey (Nik), Quentin, Kyle, Rylan, Halle, Carleigh, Kaleigh, Gabe, Timmy, Titus, Channing, Styles, Zayden, and Jensen. Her Brother, Frankie (Pat). Preceded in death by her beloved

parents, Marie and Thomas Farrell; her sister Marian (John); her brothers James, Bill (Georgie), and Thomas, and her son-in-law Kevin. Private services to be handled by Tobias of

Belmont and burial in Calvary Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, send donations to Promedica | Heartland Hospice.
Published by Dayton Daily News on Nov. 25, 2021.
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Granny we love you and miss you. Your kindness and generosity was unmatched. You were always there for us and the boys you will be in our hearts and memories forever, until we see you again love you.
Scott and Erica
December 10, 2021
They say it gets better with time ,There is not enough time in this world to ever be able to cope with losing you. Mom you were one in a million.You will always be in my mind and heart .Even if my heart is broke it's filled with you.I Forever Will Love You Momma
Eric Todd Hall
November 29, 2021
The best mother anyone could ever have asked for...the world will be such a sad place without u in it :(
Jamie
Family
November 26, 2021
So honored I was able to have 30 wonderful years with such an incredible grandma. Truly the best person I´ve ever known and nothing will ever be the same without her!
Whitney Tchoula
Family
November 25, 2021
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