OBITUARY

Annabelle Miranda Nocon

22 July , 19568 May , 2019
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Annabelle M. Nocon, age 62, of Halifax, passed away peacefully on May 8, 2019, at Saint Vincent’s Nursing Home. Born in Makati, Philippines, she was the daughter of Carlos and Remedios Miranda.

History: Graduated high school from Feati University; Graduated with a BSc in Chemical Engineering from Adamson University; Graduated with a Masters in Business Administration from Adamson University. She was a university professor at Adamson University for over 25 years, teaching mathematics. She was known to be a strict professor, an amazing cook and a charitable woman. She has helped countless people and communities through her philanthropic work. Together with Bong, her husband, they have helped numerous students have access to better education. She is a selfless woman who gives back to her community as much as she can. She is everyone’s second mother, from nephews and nieces to random people she has met and made acquaintances with. She has a big heart and would be greatly missed. Survived by her husband, Jose Rizalino C. Nocon (Bong) for almost 38 years; daughter, Czerianne Christine M. Nocon (Czeri); sons, Brian Christopher M. Nocon and Adrian Joseph M. Nocon; sisters: Teresita Patdu, Virginia Granfors, Yolanda Valdez and Elizabeth Miranda; brothers: Albert Miranda and Antonio Miranda; grandchildren, Theodore Aldrich L. Nocon and Eloise Margaux L. Nocon and TONS of nieces and nephews. Predeceased by her parents, Carlos and Remedios Miranda, elder brothers, Remy and Willie Miranda and younger brother, Carlos Miranda Jr.

Visitation will be held on Saturday and Sunday, May 11-12, 2019, from 1-4 pm at J.A. Snow Funeral Home, 339 Lacewood Dr., Halifax. A Catholic memorial service will be held on Monday, May 13, 2019 from 6-7 pm at J. A. Snow Funeral Home. Deacon Tom Smith officiating. Cremation to follow in Harbourside Crematorium on Tuesday, May 14, 2019. A Celebration of her Life will be on May 16, 2019 at 5 pm at our Halifax home. The family would like to extend their deepest gratitude to family and friends who have helped and supported them through this difficult time.

Services

  • Visitation Saturday, 11 May , 2019
  • Visitation Sunday, 12 May , 2019
  • Funeral Service Monday, 13 May , 2019
  • Reception Monday, 13 May , 2019
  • Celebration of Life Thursday, 16 May , 2019

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virginia miranda-granfors

12 May 2019

Annabelle is my younger sister. Being her sister I have so many memories with her. the last one was when she gave me a surprise visit after my kidney transplant . she called me that day and told me she can not visit me because they just moved to their new house and she is unpacking their things. I told her it's okay I understand. She is in Canada and I'm in California. I was so happy to see her . I was crying and laughing at the same time. That's my sister , will do every thing just to see me. She always love me since our mother died when she was only 10 years old. She remember how I helped my father raised her and 2 other younger siblings.. She is the best sister every one wish they have. We are very close.She is very generous, understanding, loving, forgiving, caring and most of all positive thinker. I will miss her all the days of my life. It will never be the same for me and our family. We love her so much.

Alona Jane Robles-Lumactod

12 May 2019

She is my professor in diff and integral calculus and advance math she made us study harder to pass. 70 percent or nothing . She taught me patience and diligence to do my school work and pass the course . Thank you mam Annabelle for being a part of my college life. And condolence to sir nocon who is my prof in most of my major subjects he taught me to listen first before copying our lessons and if I don’t listen he throws me the handbook and newspapaer. Thank you sir for all of this you made me a better person thank you and God Bless!

Malou Aquino-Marquez

12 May 2019

My favorite professor (though I’ve never been her student, not even once), my best friend and my ever dearest ninang (in my wedding). During college, she’s my beauty consultant (she would always encourage me to join the ChE beauty contests, though i really don’t find myself beautiful). I felt so sad when her family migrated to Canada. Before leaving for Canada, she & Ninong Bong visited me in Lucena city and that was the last time i saw her. I love you my dear ninang Belle and i’ll surely miss you and your beautiful smile. You will always have a special place in my heart ❤️

Les Caranay

11 May 2019

The memory that comes to mind were the roadtrips that our families used to to take together when we were kids. That and her delicious maja blanca.

I pray for love, strength and light for all Tita Annabelle's loved ones and friends.

Alain Vinluan

11 May 2019

She was my differential calculus professor. Known for being strict as her surname says Nocon..sideration. She is the reason i practice calculus every single morning because i do not want to fail her class or risk of losing My Scholarship. It made a huge difference in her class when we come prepared. Somehow we can catch up. During the Final Week, i got typhoid fever and could not take the exams. She let take the exam in the Makati med. her Daughter had dengue that time. She is no different outside the classroom. Strict demeanor was born out of love, because she wants you to work hard and Chemical engineering is no joke. I will never forget her. She is like our mother. Im sure all of us feel the same way. By the way, i passed her exam. I Graduated in March 2000. We love you Maam Nocon.

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