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Deremiah Frye Mortuary Greene & Harrell Chapel

700 West Gourley Pike, Bloomington, IN

OBITUARY

Noah Edington

May 23, 1927June 2, 2020

Noah Edington, 93, of Bloomington, IN passed away on Tuesday, June 2, 2020. He was born May 23, 1927 in Bloomington, IN the son of the late Noah Thomas Edington and Minnie Emery Edington.

Noah was a wonderful carpenter and was a mathematical genius. He was the owner and operator of Edington Building Services and Woodstock Unfinished Furniture. He also was a meat manager at A & P Grocery Store here in Bloomington. He enjoyed working, playing pool, walking, and spending time with his family and friends. He will be deeply missed.

Noah is survived by his two sons, Steven Edington and his wife Audrey and Joseph Edington and his wife Barbara; his daughter, Susan L. Dodds-Silay and her husband Cemal; daughter-in-law, Mary Ann Edington; seven grandchildren; nine great-grandchildren; a great-great granddaughter on the way; and several nieces and nephews.

In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Gretchen Marie Edington; a son, Daniel Edington; several brothers, and two sisters.

Private inurnment will take place at Valhalla Memory Gardens.

Online condolences may be made to the family at www.DeremiahFryeMortuary.com

Services

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Joseph Edington

June 11, 2020

MY MOTHER AND MY FATHER, THEY SET THEM SELF,S A PART FROM THE WOULD,,I NEVER KNEW THIS AS A CHILD, AS A CHILD I THOUGHT LIKE A CHILD,,BUT WHEN I WAS NO LONGER A CHILD, I REALIZED THAT THEY WERE , THE STATE OF ALL PARENTING , ALL OTHERS FELL SHORT,,THERE WILL NEVER BE LIKES OF MY LOVING MOTHER AND FATHER, AND THOUGHT I CAN NOT CALL A POUND THEM , ON THIS EARTH THEY BOTH SHALL NEVER LEAVE MY MINDS SIDE,,,,, THEY HOLD MY HEART..

Holly Bales-Hall

June 6, 2020

Uncle Noah was always kind to me and so sweet. His devotion to his family was so evident. His warm smile and sense of fun was what made him a great uncle. He will be missed.

Don & Vanda Edington

June 5, 2020

Our Hoosier heritage is coming to the end of an era. Uncle Junior as I knew him, my Father-in-Law Earl's youngest brother and Junior to their dad Noah. Though we only met at reunions and funerals I recall he was always cheerful and smiling. We saw our Indiana family last fall and stayed at Red Bud Hills. I cherish those few days with meals and stories of Earl and Noah during the depression. I do picture the reunion in Heave with Earl and Junior. Bet they get a game of Eucher going.

Karen Neal

June 5, 2020

When my husband and I bought our little house in 1972, Noah and Gretchen became much more than builders! They became family. Next door were Danny and Maryanne and eventually, we all had babies and lived as the best of friends and neighbors. Love this family so much. Peace sweet Noah.

Alaine Martin

June 5, 2020

Noah was an extraordinary man. He was my father in-law from the time I was17 yrs old, for 41 yrs. A second father, who treated me as as his own. He was generous, kind and always had your back. If you needed something, he was there, you never had to doubt it. I’ll miss him more than I can express, I’ll miss him like my own father, who I lost 18 months ago. It’s a sad day for all who loved him, and I wish love and peace to all the family. RIP Noah, you were loved beyond measure and will be forever missed.
Alaine Martin

Laralynn SULLIVAN

June 5, 2020

My dear sweet Uncle Noah was the best.....period. There is so much to say about him. I'm not sure where to start. To me, he always had a smile, was witty as can be and was the best listener. He wanted to hear what you had to say, concerned with what was going on in your life, he loved to talk technology and spoke the language well. He loved games and was a joyful competitor. His kind and patient manor was extraordinary. He was an all around good man. I will miss him so much. The world won't be the same without him. I'm grateful to have had summers with Uncle Noah and Aunt Babe as I was growing up. Memorable adventures I'll never forget. After my Aunt passed away, years ago, Uncle Noah and I remained close from a distance. Until we meet again dear Noah. Thank you for everything.

Sharon Beikman

June 4, 2020

Noah played cards with us at Redbud Hills. He was always in good humor. And, most of the time he won in cards. We were always laughing and had so much fun. I moved from from the third floor in March down to the first floor next door to Noah.
His family gave us some of his furniture, which gives me a feeling that Noah is always with us - my daughter Laura (Lulu) Beikman and me. Thank you so much! God Bless all of you and may all of your memories bring you peace and comfort.

Polly Tilford

June 3, 2020

Noah was within one school grade from my Dad, Rex Bruce. He shared memories of Noah with me.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY