Michelle Sarah Noakes Condolence Book

Funeral Date: 23/07/2021

Funeral Location: 11.30am City of London Crematorium

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9 Condolences

  1. Ross Butler says:

    So very sorry for your loss.
    Love and hugs XXX❤️

  2. Lee Astridge says:

    We can’t begin to imagine how these days are for you and your families as you navigate finding a new life without a wife, mother, daughter, friend. Our hearts go out to you all and we wish you strength when, I’m sure, it seems in short supply. Sending our love and thoughts to everyone touched by this tragedy.

  3. Sue Urquhart says:

    So very sad for your loss.
    Michelle was a wonderful daughter, sister, wife, mother and much much more.
    It was a privilege to have known her and so very unfair she has been taken away from you all.
    Our thoughts are with you xxxx

  4. Sophie Evans says:

    So very very sad to hear of Michelle’s passing and all my thoughts are with her family.

    We worked together for a short time on PuttShack and I will always remember her infectious enthusiasm, strong work ethic and always being a delight to be around. She doted on her family and had an unbelievable positive view on the world. She was one of life’s great people.

    Until we meet again for a game of golf and a glass of wine Michelle, fly high with the angels xx

  5. Lisa Woodman says:

    I worked with Michelle in Reading and was my first London friend – as a result she introduced me to one of my now closest friends Jo.
    Always always smiling. So positive. Super fun and so full of energy and love.
    Happy Birthday – miss you mate

  6. Lucy McCulloch says:

    I have just heard the sad news about Michelle and wanted to let you know you’re very much in my thoughts.

    I worked with Michelle a number of years ago when she was at Lime PR. Michelle was wonderful; hard working, bright, well respected, funny, a joy to work with and great fun on a night out.

    I can’t imagine what you, her family and friends, are going through but I’m sure the bright spark of Michelle will live on, not least through her children.

    I’ll be thinking of you all tomorrow and will be raising a glass to Michelle. From our days in the world of drinks PR, I’m sure she would approve of that. xx

  7. Daniel Simmonds says:

    Its hard in tragic moments like these to remember all the fantastic things our dear friend Michelle achieved in such a short time. The people she helped bring together, the laughter, the legacy of family, love and friendship. We remember her at every moment. She gave so much for so many. We’ll bear her name with pride when remembering and reflecting. What an absolute legend we have lost. xx

  8. Karen Sullivan says:

    Thinking of you all today and sending you all our love. Michelle was so loved by her family and all those who knew her. Grief is love with no place to go. The world has lost a ray of sunshine. We are planting a rose called Michelle near the farm she grew up in. So there will always be a bit of Michelle’s sunshine here in Devon x

  9. Judy Simmonds says:

    Michelle and her family were a touchstone for our two sons, Dan and Henry in East Devon. As young secondary school friends, they gathered on the renowned family ‘pick-your-own’ farm, shop and tea rooms in East Devon between Honiton and Stockland. Michelle made the bold move to head for London and accepted every challenge she was presented with. We didn’t know her as well as our sons did but she was part of their weddings and always stayed in touch. Her strong, positive nature must have been her greatest ally in her hardest challenge. With love, from our family to hers.

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