Carl Troy Noe

March 30, 1964March 4, 2019

Carl Troy Noe was born on March 30, 1964 and passed away on March 4, 2019.


  • Service Saturday, March 9, 2019

Carl Troy Noe

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Sherry Harr

March 13, 2019

I worked with Troy on a daily basis. He would come to the warehouse of a morning to get supplies before starting his work day. Troy always had a story to tell or something funny to share. I feel I got to know each member of his family personally through him showing his photos and telling me how much he loved you. Troy will be missed by all of us here in Soldotna. My deepest condolences to each of his family members. Let his memory comfort you.

Mike Thomas

March 8, 2019

I’m very sorry to hear that Troy has passed away. He was a very good friend of mine. We worked together at Qwest. We rode dirt bikes together, golfed here in Phoenix and, fished in Alaska. He will be missed. Rest In Peace, brother.

Valerie Amos

March 8, 2019

Unfortunately I never met Troy face to face. But we worked together (over the phone) and he was a joy to work with. Always professional. I wish I had met him. My impression was that he’s the type of person anyone would be proud to call Friend. My deepest sympathies for your loss. He will be missed by his coworkers for sure.

Paul Alvarez

March 8, 2019

Troy was like a comet showing up now and then at his friends' homes . He would always talk about his kids and mom. I didn't grow up with Troy but I know he loved his family and friends. He was pretty brave to move to Alaska but he was strong enough to change paths and enjoy life wherever he was. Know he is happy to have all of you and how proud he is of his family.


Brandi Alexander

March 8, 2019

My most heartfelt condolences for your loss. May God keep & comfort his family & friends now & always. Troy was a complete joy to work with, he will definitely be missed. Rejoicing in the loving memories keeps our loved ones close to us for the rest of our days. My prayers are with you.

Bryan Ferguson

March 8, 2019

I don't even know what to say. We met when we were still teenagers and were roomies for nearly 10 years. I was best man at his wedding. He (and Jeff B.) are the brothers I never had. So many wonderful memories of awesome adventures (the first San Fran and Munich trips are real highlights) and of course our "luxury" camping trips. He'd grouse about actually having a tent, sleeping bags, lighting and cooking abilities all the while insisting that all he needed was a tarp, some rope and a can of sterno. Of course he never took us up on our offer to let him wander off and camp his own way! lol Rest in peace my brother. If there is a heaven, may you drink beer and fish to your heart's content.

Deb Lamoreaux

March 8, 2019

My thoughts and Prayers are with ALL of you and I'm TRULY sorry for your LOSS and our LOSS! I'm a CO-worker with Troy and I have never met Troy in person but we had a phone relationship since I'm in Anchorage. Troy would call in for changes for our Customers or for Programming or to ask questions but Troy was ALWAYS a JOY to talk to and we would banter back and forth over EVERYTHING: Work; Life; and make jokes! Troy was ALWAYS FUN and a JOY to talk too! Please stay STRONG and remember ALL of the GOOD TIMES!!
Deb Doo

bob snyder

March 7, 2019

First met Troy working at Safeway back in the 80's & over the years we rode our motorcycles, our pedal bikes, went on trips to motorcycle races. Did lots of fun stuff over the years before he left town. Troy was one of the guys in Ginger & my wedding back in 2007. A real friend. One memory was one time we took the car up to Laguna Seca motorcycle races in northern California. At the end of the race Troy was late getting back to the car & we got stuck in serious traffic getting out. We had to go out the back way . Some people were driving through the woods into a housing development & I took the car over the bushes and sticks & out to a quick exit. We both started laughing so hard & on the way we went. Gone to soon Troy my buddy.

Eddie Baxter

March 7, 2019

I can't express how shocked and saddened I was to hear this news. I just can't get past the memories of every one of the kids who were part of our special neighborhood. The girls under the trees with their Barbies or skating while Troy and the guys were in the street playing football. It was so good to see him mature into such a good dad. I'd loved to be able to follow that more closely. These were the kids. We're the old folks. This isn't supposed to happen.
I will keep your families in my prayers and hope that you can find some comfort.