Clementine Noah

August 28, 1937January 9, 2020

Clementine Noah was born on August 28, 1937 and passed away on January 9, 2020 in Sarasota, Florida.


  • Temple Beth Sholom


  • Funeral Service Sunday, January 12, 2020
  • Graveside Service following Funeral Service Sunday, January 12, 2020


Clementine Noah

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The Lawrence Family

January 12, 2020

Joe,Susan,Jillian,Geoff, Eric ,...and All The Noah Family
Though we didn't know Nona very well, we knew her importance to your family.
I have said the loss of a mother is like no other.
And a grandmother's love is forever!
I hope you will all pull together in this time of mourning. And remember all the good times and the joy she brought to all who knew her. She will be missed by many.
You will all be in our hearts and thoughts as you maneuver through this sad time.
Sending love from New York......

Brian, Theresa, Megan,Eric and of course...KAYLA

Stacey Cole

January 11, 2020

Clemmy, was one of the sweetest human beings I’ve ever worked with! She had a kind soul and her smile could light up a billboard! I will miss her dearly. Dr. Noah and family I’m sorry for your loss may the memories you spent with your mother comfort you during this difficult time.

Stacey Cole

Theresa Lawrence

January 11, 2020

Dear Nono,
I am so very sorry to hear of Nona's passing. You made a beautiful couple. Though we only met once, I could tell!
You will be in our hearts and our thoughts forever. Until you meet again, may you have comfort in knowing she loves you too!

Susan Nicholson

January 11, 2020

I met Clem when I started working at Sears... she was always helpful and always made sure I had a snack. She was a very special lady

Elaine Goyette

January 11, 2020

I met Clem when I started working at Sear's. We worked together for 9 years. We became best friends. She was like a mother to me. After my husband passed, she called me every day to make sure I was ok, because I was alone. I will never forget how good her and Sam where to me. She will always be in my memories and in my heart. I will really miss her. My Deepest Sympathy to her whole family.

Roseann Entwistle

January 11, 2020

I worked with Clem for 16 years at Sears’s and she was a Mother and Friend to us all. She would give us advice and teach us things. She would always be there for you. A Special Lady for sure. We would listen to her jokes daily and I was always amazed at how well she said them. And some of them I was surprised she would say! Always made us laugh. I talked to her before the holidays and she said we would get together for our ladies luncheon which she always tried to keep them going. We will have to do one in her honor I think. I am saddened that we didn’t get the chance recently. I will miss you Clem . You were loved a lot by many💕RIP. Forever in our hearts 💞

Pearl & Nat Freedman

January 11, 2020

Clemy was a dear friend for some 40 years. We knew Clemy and Sam during our formative years when our kids were teenagers. We shared the good and turbulent years together taking comfort in a trusting cherished friendship. Clemy had an expression: " we always have to laugh a little" So, during this difficult time we should celebrate her well-lived life and realized dreams, particularly with her beloved family. We will miss her unique personality and ability to make friends . We will miss her and know she will continue to watch over her family.
Clemy will always be in our memories forever.

Debbie Saracino

January 11, 2020

Clem was one of dearest friend I ever made in Florida. We had a friend/friend, mother/daughter, employee/boss relationship. We shared so many laughs, thoughts and tears. She will fly high with a piece of my heart ❤️ 💔 RIP