Thursday, May 17, 2007

Rosemary Noele Emily Krier Madewell 12/1/64-5/12/07

Row, Row, Row, your boat
Gently down the stream
Merrily, Merrily, Merrily, Merrily,
Life is but a dream

Noele Madewell gently rowed out of this world on May 12, 2007.
Please come to our celebration of her life, Sunday May 20th, 1:00pm @ The McDade Watermelon Festival Grounds

Take 290 E towards Houston, McDade is approx. 10 miles past Elgin.
Look for the M&J Valero Gas Station on the left to know you’re getting close.

Make a left at the White Church & the old abandoned gas station (Waco St.), then make a right on Austin St. (Right after the post office) then make a right on Bastrop Street and look for watermelons.

Noele was Michelle's younger sister, passed at age 42. They were both born in Canada to immigrant parents who met in Canada, father Hans from Germany and mother Audrey from Ireland. There were only 2 children born to Hans and Audrey, Michelle and Noele.

After leaving Canada, the family moved to East Texas for a business interest, and after that they moved to Austin.

Noele her husband David Madewell met after the family moved to Austin. He is pictured with Noele in the canoe picture.

Noele left 4 children 4-13, the oldest with Downe's Syndrome.


At 9:45 AM, Blogger Michelle said...

Thank you to Brian for all he has done for our family during this time. What a wonderful Godsend to have him with us. We will never be able to say thank you enough for all his support and love

At 9:47 AM, Blogger Michelle said...

P.s Almost Forty? Hmmmmmmm

At 11:21 AM, Blogger Deana Nall said...

We've been keeping Noele's family in our prayers. We are so sorry for this devastating loss.

At 11:21 AM, Blogger Deana Nall said...

Post-forty would be more accurate -- plus it would last through age 49...

At 11:51 AM, Blogger Brian said...

Thanks Deana, I've got something else I'm writing about it, but I can only work on it at home because I start crying everytime I start to work on it.

At 11:12 AM, Blogger WinSpin said...

My heatfelt prayers go forth for Michelle and her family and Brian as they pass through this valley of loss.
Time will heal this wound somewhat but the sweet memory of Noele will live forever.
"And Father, thank you for providing canoes for us in the streams of time."

Winston --

At 9:37 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

GOD bless you Brian, I have Noele and her family in pray every single day. It is nice to see that you cared so much!! her death was a VERY trgeck loss!!! I miss her but love with her every time I spend time in my vegy garden.that was a love we shared togethetr


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