NOEL JOSEPH WALSH (21 Jul 1960 - 4 Mar 2018)

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Location
North East Surrey Crematorium Lower Morden Lane Morden, Surrey SM4 4NU
Date
27th Mar 2018
Time
11.20am
Funeral Director
Alan Greenwood & Sons North Cheam

In loving memory of NOEL JOSEPH WALSH who sadly passed away on 4th March 2018

Noel, my dad, was such a kind and caring man. So many people knew him and loved him for who he was. He was a proud man of smart appearance at all times, very handsome and dapper. He had such a big heart and was loyal through and through, he would do anything he could for anybody in need.

I know he would love for as many people as possible to come and give him a good farewell, so all are welcome to pay respects and love to him.

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Tina Pentecost wrote

To my darling brother,
How hard this is and something we never thought we would have to do so soon. It is never easy to watch someone as the realisation sinks in as to what’s to come, especially when it is someone you love.
I was so happy to see you again in 2009 in your new home, and from then on we had the best years together. I remember meeting Charlie as a little puppy, getting to know him and taking him out for long walks almost everyday. The times we would talk all night about growing up as brother and sister will stay forever in my heart. I have all of our memories we’ve had and they will never fade.

Love you my special Brother, from your sister Tina

One day I will see you again and have many more years with you.

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  • So heartfelt Tina. It must be so hard for you as you were used to being there for him every day. He is always with you and loves all for all that you did for him and will be watching over you all the time xx

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Chelsea Pentecost wrote

The pain of what has happened will not go, it may not ease, but will remain a lesson to all. Life is too short, Noel knew that, and that’s why he lived doing what he wanted to do. He wanted to be generous, so he was, even when he couldn’t. He was always kind, but was strong when he needed to be. He was always up for a laugh and knew all the right jokes to tell. Those are the happy times to remember, and should be held above the sad, because that’s what Noel would want and is what he always wanted.
As an Uncle I can say a lot, but can’t put it all into words. But one thing I will always remember is a lesson I feel he taught me. Every time I would see him, from when I was little, he would give me some coins. Sometimes it was more, sometimes less, but it was always some value of money. Because the value was always different, I realised it’s not about how much you give, it’s about giving with what you can. It is the sentiment of giving and the thought behind it. My Uncle Noel helped me realise how important it is to care for others, and to always give what I can to show I care. For that I thank him and it’s something I will always remember him by for the kind and thoughtful man he was.

Love you always Uncle Noel, you will be missed.

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  • That's lovely Chelsea, you knew your Uncle Noel so well xx

    Posted by Susan on 30/03/2018 Report abuse
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Susan Jolley wrote

Poem for Noel

Feel no guilt in laughter
Feel no guilt in laughter, he’d know how much you care.
Feel no sorrow in a smile that he is not here to share.
You cannot grieve forever; he would not want you to.
He’d hope that you could carry on the way you always do.
So, talk about the good times and the way you showed you cared,
The days you spent together, all the happiness you shared.
Let memories surround you, a word someone may say
Will suddenly recapture a time, an hour, a day,
That brings him back as clearly as though he were still here,
And fills you with the feeling that he is always near.
For if you keep those moments, you will never be apart
And he will live forever locked safely within your heart.

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  • Lovely poem.... Thank you for sharing it xx

    Posted by Sharon on 27/03/2018 Report abuse
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Noel ...My great friend. As his Father Noel was to. An amazing man who I am proud to have been able to call my friend RIP Noel love Sharon Mark and all the gang xxx

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  • Was so good to see you though under very sad circumstances. He will be forever in our hearts xxxx

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Kerry Walsh wrote

My Dad,
He was such a handsome man with a beautiful soul. I will forever remember his stories and jokes that he would sit and tell me. I will always remember the kind and caring heart he had towards others, he wanted to help anyone he could in any way he could. I will always try to keep dad alive in everything I do and treat people with the love and compassion that he did every day.
My relationship with dad was never an easy one but over the last few years we grew so much closer and built up such a close bond. I love him so much and my heart will always miss him and always be a little more broken now without him gone. I know he will always be with me and all of us though.

Our angel
My Daddy
I love you always xxxxx

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  • He was so proud of the beautiful, strong, loving and caring young lady you grew to be darling, he will love you always and forever xxxx

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  • Kerry...you are a lovely young lady who your Mum and Dad should be very proud of .. keep in touch please. Love Sharon xx

    Posted by Sharon on 28/03/2018 Report abuse
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Lewis Gennery donated £100 in memory of NOEL
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Me and dad

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Me and Pops

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Me and dad

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Charlie in dad's spurs hat

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Charlie boy

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Noel 1962, winner of the ‘Pears Soap’ beautiful baby competition.

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Noel’s beloved dog Charlie.

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Noel 1993 with Robbie (1 day old)

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Noel, Geraldine and Robbie his nephew (Debbie’s son) 1994

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Tom Wade donated £30 in memory of NOEL

RIP Noel

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  • Thank you Thomas, very kind of you. Susan xx

    Posted by Susan on 19/03/2018 Report abuse
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Tom Wade wrote

RIP Noel.

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Susan Jolley wrote

Our Dearest Brother Noel.
You were our kind, funny, compassionate, forgiving, clever, charming and handsome big brother. Too soon to be taken from us.
You were truly a one off and unique just like the tattoo's on your arm's 'Born In Hackney - Made in Bethnal Green' the latter representing 'Daneford Boys School' he attended in the 70's. It was known to be a tough east end school and Noel always said it either made you or broke you and he credited the school with being the making of him.
The one thing we all have in common is our love of music which we inherited from our Mother. We would spend most of time when we got together talking about music from all genre's. Your other love was literature especially James Joyce, you tried time and time again to explain 'Ulysses' to us, to no avail!! You also knew your history very well and loved nothing more than a good debate over a pint.
We will all miss you so much but knowing you are now with our Mother, Nanny, Geraldine and other family members who loved you as much as we do brings us some peace as this sad time.
Until we meet again enjoy dancing and singing with the Angels.
Love always
Susan, Roy & Debbie XXX


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  • Such lovely words sue. He will be dearly missed by all of us. Xx

    Posted by Debbie on 19/03/2018 Report abuse
  • Susan, they are really lovely words. I first met Noel 33 yrs ago.. Always got on great with him, as most people did. He will be sadly missed . My condolences to you all at this sad time xxx

    Posted by Sharon on 26/03/2018 Report abuse
  • Thank you Sharon, your comment is very kind xx

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  • Hello Susan It was an honour to be able to be there and pay my final respects to Noel. He was a true gentleman, and I have the most amazing memories of our friendship over the years. We used to meet for coffee and put the world to rights ! I will miss those catch ups, but will always have the memories. God Bless Noel. Lovely speaking today Susan and Debbie xx

    Posted by Sharon on 27/03/2018 Report abuse
  • Thank you again Sharon for your kind words. It was lovely to met you again today and your lovely daughter after all these years and hear your funny stories about our brother Noel. As promised I will post the poem I read today for Noel. Keep in touch xx

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Various Noel, Mum, Kerry, Stephen, Susan, Roy, Debbie and Auntie Moira

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Various of Noel, Kerry, Geraldine, Susan, Roy, Debbie, Mum and Stephen

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Noel 1984 age 24

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