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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

Charlotte Noe

1917 - 2017

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Charlotte Noe

Eureka - Charlotte Noe, 99, of Eureka, IL passed away at 5:30 am on Saturday, June 3, 2017 the Apostolic Christian Home of Eureka.

She was born on June 8, 1917 in Lewistown, IL to Bruce and Mildred Drake O'Brien. She married Clarence Noe on August 16, 1941 in Bryant, IL. He passed away on November 16, 1990 in Eureka.

Surviving is one daughter, Carolyn Clark; four grandchildren, Emily Unterreiner, Mary Noe, Andrew and David Clark, and two great...

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Bahija Noell

June 11, 2017 7:24 AM

Charlotte became my host Mom in 1984 when I came to Eureka College as a foreign student. We had a special connection from day one. Clarence and Charlotte open their home and their hearts to me and were the most wonderful and supportive hosts. They were my first insight into America and I am forever grateful to have known them. They both hold a special place in my heart and I will miss them both everyday. Charlotte was my "American Mom" away from home and I admired her grace and her love of life. I will always cherish her gentle and open feedback whenever she thought I needed it. I will miss you always, Mom! Your Moroccan Daughter, Bahija Noell

Patti

June 9, 2017 7:35 PM

Charlotte was a longtime patient at our dental office. We always looked forward to seeing her at her appointments. What a ray of sunshine! She always had friendly, pleasant words for everyone, and was always impeccably dressed and coiffed. She was the epitome of grace, class, and femininity. In her latter years, she even decorated her walker to express her upbeat attitude towards life. We will all truly miss her. Dr. Paul and Dr. Anderson and staff

Rachael Speidel

June 9, 2017 11:36 AM

I met Charlotte through my sorority, Delta Zeta, in 2008. We had held our annual luncheon and she decided to come. I will never forget how welcoming she was when she arrived at the house. I had no idea who she was, didn't know her name yet and she hugged me, ever so tightly. For those in the sorority reading this, it was better than a Marilyn hug (which is pretty hard to beat). She came in, sat on the couch and shared her beloved stories about her time as a Delta Zeta, meeting her handsome husband, the trips she went on and the people she met along the way that impacted her life and created all these memories she shared. Later that evening, I gave Charlotte a ride home and I didn't want to leave her company. I could have listened to her forever. From that moment on, Charlotte continued to teach me about her life and the lessons shes learn along the way. There was never a quiet or dull moment with her in the room. I'd come visit her in her home with the beautiful lilac bushes in the backyard which made my allergies go crazy, but I enjoyed her company and spirit so much that didn't matter. She truly embraced my crazy college student spirit for all it was and helped me become a better person. A wiser more thoughtful and caring of others person. She was an extraordinary and astonishing woman. I will forever be thankful for that welcoming hug and the person behind it. I am so lucky to have her as an outstanding role model and mentor. I'll forever be looking up to her. My heart is heavy to hear that is wonderful person has passed. She truly walked in the light of the flame. Until I see you again..

Rachael Speidel- Delta Zeta Sister

June 9, 2017 11:26 AM

Rachael Speidel- Delta Zeta Sister purchased the Country Basket Blooms for the family of Charlotte Noe.

Dick Richards

June 6, 2017 11:40 AM

Patti and I are deeply saddened by the loss of this most gracious lady. She was among the first to welcome us to the Church when we began our ministry and always had a word of encouragement and inspiration whenever we saw her. Her regal bearing, welcoming spirit and faithful life will always be remembered by us. We are grateful to have known her and to have been influenced by her deep faith and compassion. We send our condolences to the family and join you in celebrating her life. Rev. Dick and Patti Richards

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