Joel Edmond Noel

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Joel Edmond Noel, 66, passed away January 24, 2022.

A lifelong resident of Carrollton, he attended R. L. Turner and kept many of those friends for life. He enjoyed the rock and roll years in the late 70’s as a member of the Sqweez band along with Danny Duncan, Rick Craft and Stan Sale and they entertained the R. L. Turner party crowd many weekends at their warehouse studio. He was of great service to his parents in their later years. A good guy with a big heart and continual sense of humor, he will be missed by many. He leaves behind his long time companion Sheri Hanner, daughter Jennifer Schnitz husband Erich and grandson Owen and brother Justin Noel and wife Vicki.

A celebration of his life will be planned when conditions permit.

North Dallas Funeral Home 2710 Valley View Ln, Dallas, TX 75234

7 replies on “Joel Edmond Noel”

Ron Hughes says:

Very sorry to hear of your passing my friend rest in peace forever

Lynnette Schroeder says:

Joel was very special to me and my first husband!!! He was even one of our groomsmen! My heart breaks for his family and I pray for peace and comfort for all that loved him!!

Kay Boyle-Ashley says:

I’m sorry for your family’s loss. Joel always treated me with kindness all through school. Always enjoyed his music. It’s been many years since I’ve seen him when we bumped into each other at a concert but I will always remember him. Prayers for the Noel family.

Linda Ross says:

My first job was at Texas print and supply on the square in Carrollton in the mid 70’s where I met Joel. He was such a great guy. Always happy and positive.
I will never forget him or his kindness.

Harris T Clark says:

I always thought the world of Joel. We knew each other for a long time in our school years. Sorry for the loss of a good man.

Laura Cerra Eades says:

Such sad news. Praying for comfort for his loved ones.

Paula Perry Castillo says:

I grew up with Joel on Francis St and we had pretty much all classes together in elementary. He was a kind soul, had the best smile and was a dang good musician. I have a lot of good memories with his parents and your family. Praying for your peace.

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