OBITUARY

Christine Noe

July 19, 1952November 29, 2019

Christine Marie Noe, of Brandon FL, passed away November 29, 2019 at the age of 67 after an 18-month battle with pancreatic cancer. She was born in Toledo, Ohio, on July 19, 1952.

Christine, known as Chris or by her family nickname “Ralphie”, was raised in Ohio and moved to Tampa, Florida with her husband and children in 1985. She spent most of her professional career first at Key Bank (now Regions), then in various medical administration roles. Chris was known for her bright smile and positive attitude. At home, Chris was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother. Her grandchildren brought her the most joy, and she centered much of her time and attention around them.

She is survived by her high school sweetheart and loving husband of 47 years, George Noe; son George Noe II (Teresa), daughter Marie Cook (Ryan); grandson Brandon; and granddaughters Emily and Cameron. She is also survived by her father, Eugene Ziarno, and brother Michael Ziarno.

Christine is preceded in death by her mother, Tillie Ziarno.

There are no Memorial Services planned at this time, as the family chooses to reflect privately on a life well lived. In lieu of flowers, you may contact Marie via email at mnoe25@gmail.com for further information as it becomes available.

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Karen Schiefer

December 5, 2019

Chris, you were the spirit of Express Dental / One Call. From the first day i started working for Express Dental back in 2010 you were the most kindness and heart warming person there. You helped me to become part of the company. No matter what you always had a smile on your face even if you had a bad day . My sympathy and prayers goes out to your family. My friend enjoy heaven and we know you are at peace right now. See you one day.

Milly Alonzo

December 5, 2019

Chris was such a beautiful, kindhearted and loving woman. I feel so lucky to have gotten to know her. The quote "To know her was to love her" could not be more true when speaking of Chris, I will always remember her with the loving smile she offered to others.

May God bless you and comfort you during these difficult times.

Ray and Juli Wilson

December 5, 2019

So many life long memories . From when we were three years old until her last breath. Our love for Chris will be for eternity. We are so happy for her that she is free and without sickness and pain and dwells in the house of the Lord now. Although she is is not with us now we are only a short distance away and will be her again some day. Love for her family. Ray and Juli Wilson

Joyce Staton

December 5, 2019

My condolence to the family of a wonder sweet lady. I can hear your laugh and see your Smile. It was Contagious . You will be missed.

Rest In Peace

God Bless.
Joyce Staton

Charmeta Bess

December 5, 2019

My first day at One Call Chris welcomed me with open arms. She was the most caring person that I have every meet. I remember telling her that my stepmother had breast cancer and she grab me and gave me the most loving huge and she told me it's going to be okay and to stay strong. Chris was just that kind of person and I will really miss her loving and caring sprit. Love Charmeta Bess

Kristy Hettinga

December 5, 2019

Chris was a sweet, caring individual and always greeted everyone with a smile on her face. Her positive attitude was contagious! A truly genuine, good hearted person who was liked by all who had the pleasure to know her. She will be missed & always thought of in the highest regards. Thankful for the opportunity to have experienced her wonderful personality & all that she shared with us lucky enough to be around this amazing woman. Sending my deepest condolences, thoughts and prayers.
Kristy Hettinga

Christina Cook

December 5, 2019

Chris' smiling face was always the best way to start the work day! She always had a positive attitude even when people didn’t always deserve the positive attitude and smile. When I think of the quote “Share a smile, you never know who may need it” I think of her. I will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers always.

Julie Bustin

December 5, 2019

It was an Honor, and always a true pleasure to have worked with such a caring, and sweet person. She is someone who always made the day brighter, just by her smile, and great attitude. I will always remember her for this reason. She was a true friend.
My sincere condolences, Julie Bustin

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY