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June 23, 1954 - September 9, 2022
Funeral Home Kevin K. Kearney Funeral Homes, Inc.
Cemetery Cathedral Cemetery
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Arthur F. Noone, 68, a lifelong resident of Scranton, died peacefully Friday morning September 9,at Allied Hospice Center with is beloved sister at his side.
Born June 23, 1954, son of the late Walter and Helen June Doyle Noone, who were lucky enough to have adopted him from St. Joseph’s Center.
A 1972 graduate of West Scranton High School, Art worked in maintenance at Menasha Corp. in Minooka. Of the catholic faith,
Art was a member of St. Patrick’s Parish, West Scranton. He was a member of the Boys Club on Lafayette Street under the direction of Lou DelPrete,
a good friend, The deciated professionals of Arc, and St. Joseph’s Center,whose staff were a Godsend to Art including Rich Kane and Michele Uhler.
An avid Penn State fan, Art had a passion for trains, airplanes firetrucks, lighthouses, and matchbox ca rs. He loved Cher and going to her concerts with his sister. He enjoyed wrestling matches with George. Train rides with Albert and air shows with Judy. Every night before he went to bed he asked who was coming and what activities were planned. One of his favorites was a birthday party held during pandemic with a firetruck including siren while eating Roseanns Pizza and birthday cake with The Lowes and the Richardsons. His trips to Scranton Farmers Market were a delight especially the food stand who had his orders memorized and the Graves Bakery for homemade jelly and deserts.
A simple man with a wonderful spirit, Art loved his family dearly and enjoyed the company of good friends.Scranton Police and DePietros Pharmacy especially Dane, were great at convincing Art to take his meds. He will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved him. These friends and activities were the highlights of Arts life that helped him get thru the difficult times of his illness.
The family would like to send out a special thank you to all those who have been blessed to have known Art. St. Joseph’s Center and his counselors, Albert Pepe, Annette McAndrew, Keyla Simorell, Getchen Kohut. Art’s life coach, Bill Waller, George Cyuriska, and Diane DeCicco, his mother of influence. Also to Aviana Home Health for their wonderful care of Art.
A special thank you to Roseann Miller, Karen Gomez, Kim Richardson for their caretaking of Art which included doctor appoinments,shopping trips and visits even in the ealy hours of the morning. Dr. Darlene Dunay, the doctors, nurses and staff of Geisenger Community Medical Center and Mt Pleasant
for the extraordinary care and compassion shown to Art during his life and sickness. To Roseann’s Pizza owner Dwayne Worozinzak and his employees, for all the special
hoagies made with love for Art. The Richardson family, Urso family, the Gilmartin family, Karen Magnotta and family, Marion Jimmie and family,
the Lowe family, the Joseph Spear family, cousin Linda Doyle, and wonderful neighbors for years, the DeSantis family. And the Ladies that came to help with Art and his house duties Rose Miller, Ana Karen Gomez, Rose Altimore, Kim Richardson, Roxanne Baloga, and Colleen Shiloski.
Words cannot express the gratitude for all of your friendship, care, support, and help over the years.
Surviving are: a sister, Alice Noone, Scranton, who was blessed to have been his primary caregiver; his favorite Uncle, Paul Doyle, and his wife Rita; and several cousins.
A Mass of Christian Burial was held privately in the Immaculate Heart of Mary Chapel, Oram St., Scranton, celebrated by Rev. Richard Fox, pastor followed by burial in Cathedral
Cemetery along side his parents. Pallbears were Albert Pepe, Ruben Guillandeaux, Anthony DeSantis, Chris DeSantis, Joseph Spear, Matthew Spear, and Sal Urso.
Memorial contributions may be made to St. Joseph’s Center, 2010 Adams Avenue, Scranton, PA 18509. Arrangements were entrusted to the care of the Kevin K. Kearney Funeral Home, Scranton.