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Obituary Notice – Timothy J. Noonan

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NoonanTFORESTVILLE:  Timothy J. Noonan, 62, of Straight Road, Forestville, died Sunday, April 28th, 2019 at his residence.  He was born in Buffalo, on October 6, 1956, the son of Kathleen Patricia (Haas) Noonan, of Hamburg and the late Harry V. Noonan.

Mr. Noonan was a graduate of the former Queen of Apostles High School, Derby, Class of 1974 and received his Bachelor’s Degree from Fredonia State University in 1983.  He owned Tim Noonan Home Inspection, Forestville, for 8 years.

Mr. Noonan was a life-long student of Philosophy.  He loved poetry and was an accomplished published writer.  He loved music and was an avid supporter of community activism.  Mr. Noonan was a devoted father to his four children and his happiest moments in life were was when he was with them.

Survivors include two sons John Luke (Jen Stein) Noonan, of Los Angeles, CA; Logan (Stephanie Siwiec) Noonan, of Rome, Italy; two daughters, Abigail Noonan, of Buffalo; MaryElise Noonan, of Dunkirk; two brothers, Joseph (Christine) Noonan, of Hamburg; P. Michael, (Nancy) Noonan, of Rochester; two sisters, Karen Weishaar, of Hamburg; and Kristine Noonan, of Buffalo.  Also surviving are several nieces & nephews.  Friends are welcome to call at Riles & Woolley Funeral Home, 39 Main Street, Forestville on Thursday from 3-7 PM, from where Funeral Services will be held Friday morning at 10 o’clock, with Rev. Msgr. J. Patrick Keleher, pastor of the Newman Center officiating.  The family suggests memorials may be made to either Mental Health America or to Make Rojava Green Again, (a project that engages the ideas of permaculture toward reforestation and democratic development).   To post condolences go to


  • Staci Bemis
    Posted May 1, 2019 at 11:23 am

    Sad news. As a co-worker with Tim at CHRIC, I enjoyed many a joke from him. Tim had a great sense of humor! He turned me on to some great music and that is a good legacy unto itself:)And, I know he’d think so too. I have shared a hysterical story about one of Tim’s brothers in their younger years, many a time. I believe centering around the Boston Hotel. He was a terrific storyteller! Condolences to his family and particularly his children. He was always just proud as a peacock to discuss anyone of you. I know his absence will leave a big hole. I am sorry for your loss.

  • Katey
    Posted May 1, 2019 at 7:24 pm

    We’ll miss you Uncle Tim! Thinking of everyone and wish I could be there.

  • Ken & Maggie Haas
    Posted May 1, 2019 at 8:51 pm

    We are so sorry to hear of Timmy’s passing at such a young age.
    Sincerely…Ken & Maggie Haas

  • Jannis &Keith Peterson
    Posted May 2, 2019 at 10:33 am

    We always had wonderful discussions at our post-Newman Center” meetings when Tim was there. He was a great guy, bright and funny, and he will be missed. Our sympathy to Abby, Luke, and Logan.

  • Rosie Mestel
    Posted May 21, 2019 at 11:29 am

    I was so very sorry to hear that Tim had passed. I will never forget my visits to Forestville and the drives we took — Lilydale, Chatauqua Center, all around the countryside there. I still listen to the Tragically Hip, a band he introduced me to. Tim was super-smart and witty and a gifted writer, and was beyond proud of his kids — my condolences to everyone.

  • M. Noonan
    Posted December 14, 2020 at 11:36 pm

    I’ll miss you dad! Wish you could’ve watched me grow up…

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