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Stephen David Noel

May 27, 1979December 23, 2020

Stephen David Noel, 41, of West Chester, PA passed away suddenly at home of a heart attack on Wednesday, December 23, 2020.

Born in Plantation FL, the son of Charles L. Noel and Pamela L. Musser. Steve was known for his unending love for his family and would do anything for anyone, family or friend. Steve was larger than life and loved by everyone who knew him.

Steve was a warehouse supervisor at Snap On Tools at the time of his passing. He graduated from Cumberland Valley High School in 1998. He attended Messiah University.

He is survived by his wife Karen Noel (Walls), married November 7, 2020, and his two step daughters Veronica Walls and Isabella Walls; father Charles L. Noel and his wife Dianne; mother Pamela L. Musser and her husband Daryl R.; brother Timothy Noel and his girlfriend Stacie Arnaboldi; sister Christy Euske and her husband Eric; nephews Jacob Yost, Alex Euske, and nieces Madison Noel, Taylor Euske, Morgan Euske.

A private (invitation only) funeral service will be held on Wednesday January 6, 2021 at Mechanicsburg Brethren In Christ Church, 1050 South York Street, Mechanicsburg, PA 17055 at 2:00pm.

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Glenn/Bonnie Ganoe

January 9, 2021

Our thoughts and prayers go out to his wife and family. Did not have any contact with his extended family for many years. Bonnie said that we were his first babysitters. May God bring you all His peace and comfort as you grieve your loss.

John Albert

January 5, 2021

We were shocked to hear of Steve's sudden passing. Our deepest sympathies to his wife, children and entire Noel family.

Coach Albert & Family

Buck Boettger

January 3, 2021

As a father, particularly of a daughter, the one thing you hope and pray for is she will marry a man that loves her as much as you do. I honestly didn't think that was possible, that is until I met Steve. Judy and I could see in the way he treated Karen just how much he loved her. Even better, we adore our Granddaughters, Veronica and Isabella, and he loved them unconditionally, as they loved him.
Unfortunately, we had him for a much much too short of a period of time. Steve was everything and more in what you would hope and pray a son-in-law would be. Every minute Judy and I shared with him were very special, memories we will treasure forever.
After meeting his beautiful family we know why he was the way he was; "The Apple Didn't Fall Far From The Tree."
Steve, Mom and I truly LOVED YOU and we will forever miss you.
PS: I BET GOD HATES THE COWBOYS!

Lisa Chamberlin

December 30, 2020

Big Steve, man you will be missed. We had some fun times together. Rest in peace my friend.

Diana Chamberlin

December 29, 2020

Sorry to hear of Steve's passing. RIP Steve, you will be missed.

Sheryl Craun

December 26, 2020

Steve will be missed by so many. We loved our dear nephew greatly. I remember the times I trekked over the fields at Messiah to babysit, the circus fun in Elizabethtown, the basketball games when he was older and the gentle hugs every time I got to see him. Steve you are loved.
Aunt Sheryl and Uncle Keith

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY