Heather Noone

heather noone
Heather Noone of Palo Alto, CA passed away on July 17, 2019. She was born in Massachusetts on July 9, 1971 to her loving parents Joseph and Francis Noone. Heather is survived by her devoted husband, Chris LaBonte, and beloved daughter Mira. Professionally Heather was a Marriage and Family Therapist with ten years of counseling and seventeen years experience as a learning needs teacher and advocate. Heather had a passion for helping children, adolescents, and people of all ages. She was very devoted and connected to the needs of her patients. She also worked as a counselor at Nixon Elementary School. Heather was an active member of NBCC (New Beginnings Community Church) and a deeply connected member of the Palo Alto school district and Addison Elementary community. In lieu of flowers please make a donations in Heather’s name to Peninsula Family Services, www.peninsulafamilyservice.org/get-involved/ways-to-donate/.

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  1. Sorry for a great woman cousin a d sister love her more than some people know we will always love and miss her love Sheila Austin Elizabeth Kristina Shyann

  2. it is not often that we have a family member so tied to truth and reality…Heather is such a person…we will all miss her…she is someone we should all know…her mom and dad raised a truly unique human being…all my love…Aunt Kathy

    • I lived across the street from them in Phoenix. Please give her family my condolences. Im heartbroken!

  3. I am so sorry to know this. Deepest condolences to the family. Carol I am very sorry. Please know you are lifted in prayer and love.
    Afshan Jilani
    Houston Tx.

  4. We have just learned of the passing of Heather, and we are so deeply saddened. How very rare it is to meet someone who understands you, unconditionally. Heather was that person for my daughter and I, and she will be forever in our hearts. Fly high, Heather. Xoxo

  5. I am so sad! Heather was a wonderful mother, friend and wife. My heart breaks for her beautiful child and her husband!!
    Heather and her husband lived across the street from us in Arizona. She and her husband both are avid hikers and campers. Heart breaking! Absolutely heartbraking!

    To her husband and daughter…theres not a day a dont think about you. Ma knows how to find us. Our phone number is the same. We would love to hear from you. XOX

  6. I am deeply saddened to learn of Heather’s passing. I was lucky to work with her in a bicycle shop here in Austin a little over twenty years ago. She was smart, cheerful, and an absolute pleasure to work with. Mt deepest sympathies to her friends and family. Pat

  7. CandleI just learned of this and my heart is breaking for you and Mira my old friend. We love you and your sweet family.

    Jason Letbetter

  8. CandleI am beyond words, as I was going to find Heather again and check in. It feels like yesterday, but the years flew by. We always picked right up where we left off.
    I just found this out today and I so deeply saddened. If there was ever an Angel on earth it was Heather. Her picture remains in my hallway to this day.
    Chris if you are ever my way I would love to see you. I am in New Braunfels now.

    • Sissy,
      Thank you for reaching out. Heather loved you so much and always looked forward to connecting with you. You can contact me through my job at Sacred Heart school in Atherton CA.

  9. CandleHeather,
    I Love You.
    Blessings, Love, Hugs, and Peace to you, and us, for your Birthday, and forever and always.
    Love and Hugs,

  10. CandleLove to Chris and Mira. You are loved and missed so much Heather. There will never be a more beautiful human on this planet. Thank you for the gift of you. Zem and Elizabeth

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