OBITUARY

Virginia C. Noé

September 19, 1926May 14, 2018
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Another angel has gained their wings, In Loving Memory of Virginia C. Noé who died on May 14, 2018 in Chicago, IL surrounded by her loved ones. She was 91.

Virginia was born on September 19, 1926 and was loving wife to Jack who were married for 68 years. She was the best loving mother to Jack (Rene), Donald (Patti), Sharon, Michael (Suzanne). Virginia was a loving grandmother to Sheryl (Ron), Jennifer (Alonzo), Jack Jr. (Samantha), Michael (Erin), Jason (Taylor), Timothy, Eric (Kiara), and Jessica. Loving great grandmother to Zachary, Tyler, Evan, Skyler, Christian, Isabella, Dustin, Eric Jr., and Logan.

Virginia loved playing bingo, going to bowling, and camping. She loved watching the Cubs especially when they won the World Series in 2016 ( Go Cubbies!!!) and watching QVC to buy everything she could. The most important thing to her was family and she loved all her grandkids just the same and always teaching them whats right. Virginia always provided everlasting wisdom such as to Grandson Timothy who said she taught him that "can't" is not a word and that he could do anything if he put his mind to it.

There will be visitation for Virginia at Montclair Funeral Home 6901 W. Belmont Ave Chicago IL 60634. May 17,2018 3:00pm-9:00pm and memorial service on May 18,2018 at 10:00am at St. Williams 2600 N. Sayre Ave Chicago IL 60707. Following mass she will laid to rest at All Saints Chatholic Cemetery 1212,700 N River Rd. Des Plaines IL 60016; Section:39 Lot 6 Block 13 Grave 8.

Services

  • Visitation Thursday, May 17, 2018
  • Final Viewing Prayers Friday, May 18, 2018
  • Mass of Christian Burial Friday, May 18, 2018
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Lisa singh

May 30, 2018

I am truly sorry for your great loss, may the God who gives strength ( Philippians 4;13) give you and your family the strength to endure during this challenging time.

Joe Straub

May 17, 2018

I remember Mrs. Noe as being one of the sweetest,
kindest peaple i have ever met. She always treated
me like part of the family whenever I was there which
was almost everyday since I lived two doors away. A
great memory of mine is her looking out her kitchen
little window always smiling and waving.

Veronica Peterson

May 16, 2018

Dear Uncle Jack, With sincere condolences to You and the entire NOE Family. God called your beloved wife Virginia and said ~well done then fine servant . . .well done~
May all who morn with love & care find comfort in God's Peace . . and mine. Keeping wonderful memories, may we all seek hope . . . healing sorrow. ~in mind on lip in heart~ Amen
Always Love ONE.
Your niece,
Veronica (roni) Peterson

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Biography

Another angel has gained their wings, In Loving Memory of Virginia C. Noé who died on May 14, 2018 in Chicago, IL surrounded by her loved ones. She was 91.

Virginia was born on September 19, 1926 and was loving wife to Jack who were married for 68 years. She was the best loving mother to Jack (Rene), Donald (Patti), Sharon, Michael (Suzanne). Virginia was a loving grandmother to Sheryl (Ron), Jennifer (Alonzo), Jack Jr. (Samantha), Michael (Erin), Jason (Taylor), Timothy, Eric (Kiara), and Jessica. Loving great grandmother to Zachary, Tyler, Evan, Skyler, Christian, Isabella, Dustin, Eric Jr., and Logan.

Virginia loved playing bingo, going to bowling, and camping. She loved watching the Cubs especially when they won the World Series in 2016 ( Go Cubbies!!!) and watching QVC to buy everything she could. The most important thing to her was family and she loved all her grandkids just the same and always teaching them whats right. Virginia always provided everlasting wisdom such as to Grandson Timothy who said she taught him that "can't" is not a word and that he could do anything if he put his mind to it.

There will be visitation for Virginia at Montclair Funeral Home 6901 W. Belmont Ave Chicago IL 60634. May 17,2018 3:00pm-9:00pm and memorial service on May 18,2018 at 10:00am at St. Williams 2600 N. Sayre Ave Chicago IL 60707. Following mass she will laid to rest at All Saints Chatholic Cemetery 1212,700 N River Rd. Des Plaines IL 60016; Section:39 Lot 6 Block 13 Grave 8.