Linda Noon

Obituary of Linda Noon

Linda A. (Ericson) Noon, 74, of Webster formerly of Pomfret Center, CT, passed away Wednesday, October 31, 2018 at Lanessa Extended Care in Webster, MA, where she fought a courageous battle against Dementia. She was two days shy of her 75th birthday. 

Linda was born in Putnam on November 2, 1943, daughter of the late Eric and Blanche (Bonin) Ericson. She was the youngest of four children. After graduating Putnam High School in 1961. She moved to Harford and worked for several insurance companies for several years before returning to Putnam.
She married Frederick “Bub” Noon, Jr. of Pomfret Center on November 25, 1967, he predeceased her in 2008. Linda retired from the State of Connecticut Judicial Branch of Family Services in Putnam in 2001.

She was a Clerical Supervisor, a job she was very proud of. Linda’s love for animals began at young age and lasted her entire life, she loved talking about them. Many times, she put the care of her animals before herself. Linda enjoyed spending time with her family, her home and floating in her pool in the summer. She was a huge Fred Astaire fan and watched his movies when they were on TCM. 

Linda is survived by her daughter, Nancy (Scott) Wolfe of Pomfret Center; her brother, Karl (Jackie) Ericson of East Greenwich, RI; many nieces and nephews and her fur babies. She was predeceased by her husband Fred; Her sister Eleanor; and her brother Louis. 
The family wants to thank Lanessa Extended Care in Webster, MA and Hospice of Western and Central Massachusetts for the excellent care Linda received from March until her passing.

Calling hour will be November 10 from  9:00 to 10:00 AM with a Service at 10:00 AM at Smith and Walker Funeral Home, 148 Grove Street, Putnam, CT, burial to follow in South Cemetery, Pomfret. In Lieu of flowers donations to the following Lanessa Extended Care, 751 School St., Webster, MA 01570, Hospice of Western and Central MA, 1325 Springfield St. Suite 12 Feeding Hills, MA 01030 or any animal charity of one’s choice. Share a memory at


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