Debra K. Noon

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56, Davidsville, formerly of State College, passed away June 24, 2019 at Windber Hospice. Born March 13, 1963 in Barberton, OH. Daughter of Leroy E. and Phyllis M. (Miller) Noon. Preceded in death by mother and many beloved pet dogs. Survived by father, Davidsville, two sisters, numerous nieces and nephews and her pet dog Milo. Debra was a former self-employed barber in State College. At her request, there will be no viewing or service. In lieu of flowers, donations in Debra's memory may be sent to Humane Society of Somerset County, PO Box 182, Somerset, PA 15501. Arrangements by Hoffman Funeral Home & Cremation Services, Davidsville. To express condolences, make a donation or plant a memorial tree, visit HoffmanFuneralHomes.com.
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Becky noon
Jun 29, 2019
Since you have decided to leave I now have Gibbs all to myself I will truly miss our bander on facebook
Karen Jensen
Jun 25, 2019
Blessed to have shared this life with Deb. We shared love of puppies, and wine. I will miss her witty remarks, and joyful outlook. May you be surrounded with comfort.
Tammy Comeau
Jun 25, 2019
Rest peacefully after your journey of life. I will never forget our last time we were together at a thunder event where we danced and laughed like fools. Will miss your comedic side
Kim Smith
Jun 25, 2019
I will truly miss you!! We might not have seen each other much, but I knew when I needed you, you were only a phone call away. We always said we were the black sheep of the family. Until we meet again! ❤️
Sherry Weible
Jun 25, 2019
Debi and I were friends during our school years at Conemaugh Township. We had many fun times together doing various things. Our lives and distance kept us apart a lot after graduation but we did keep in touch. I will miss her. My deepest sympathies to her family during this difficult time.
James L Rosenberger
Jun 25, 2019
I remember Deb most for her annual creative work in organizing the children's Christmas program each year, at our church in State College.
Diane Custer
Jun 24, 2019
Rest in peace Debbie. I'll always remember the good times we all had as kids.
Karen Brandes
Jun 24, 2019
Dear family of Debi - I write with deep sympathy for the loss of your dear daughter, sister and aunt. I knew Deb from University Mennonite Church where she was a wonderful teacher and friend to my daughter years ago and many other children then and since. I will always think of Deb with fondness for her sense of humor and big heart. I admired her dedication to her dream of opening a shop of her own, and her perseverance through the difficult last years. May God touch your lives with comfort and good memories to carry you through the grieving process.
Wendy fockler Rex
Jun 24, 2019
My sympathy to you all Debbie was a classmate at cths with me fly high deb