On September 19, 2021, at 11:40 PM, our mother, Georgette Marie Noller, finally got to fulfill her dream of dancing with Elvis in heaven and gained her angel wings.

She was born on September 27, 1942, in Lowell, Massachusetts to the late Pauline Lotter and Willis St. Jean. She lived in New York until 1970 before marrying George Noller on April 16th, 1970. The two moved to Woodland Park, Colorado, where they lived for four years and opened a bowling alley before moving to her final place of residency in Colorado Springs, Colorado. During her life, she acquired numerous accounting degrees and was employed by Walmart for 27 years where she made lifelong friends and memories. She retired from Walmart in 2017 to spend time with her family and enjoy her crafts, trips to Cripple Creek, and her hobbies. She had a great sense of humor and a classic New York attitude. If you knew our mom, you knew she had a love for Elvis Presley, her family, her dogs, and her friends. She is survived by her children; Thea Louise Mooney, Christopher George Noller, and Matthew George Noller and 10 grandchildren.

She will be laid to rest at the Shrine of Remembrance at 1730 East Fountain Blvd, Colorado Springs, CO 80910 at 2:00 pm on Monday September 27th, 2021. Please feel free to come help the family celebrate her life achievements and her birthday. After the memorial service, we will be continuing the celebration of life and birthday. This will be held at 2535 Richmond Drive from 5pm “ish” (till everyone is ready to go home). Please come by for good food, drinks and conversation.

The family requests flowers or donate in her name to the American Cancer Society.

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  1. We love you grandma ❤️ We miss you so much.

  2. Love you very much

  3. Love you mom, miss you

  4. I am so sorry for the family, but so excited for her. She was the first person who actually visited with me when I transferred to Colorado Springs…good times on Space Center..I’m glad she had the time to truly enjoy her retirement.

  5. I will always remember the fun times we had, sharing coffee while our kids had “play dates”. How you were there for me and Lee when we lost our baby to Sids, and all the other tears and laughter we shared in our years together in Colorado. Rest in peace, my dear friend.

  6. Mom,
    You are so loved and will be so missed! You have made us what we are today and we are lucky to be able to call you our mother, we need your strength and your love right now to get through this. This is the Hardest thing we ever have done without you. I will love you now and will love and miss you forever, until I see you again mom. I will continue to talk to you everyday, Myria is there with you, loving you as she always did as we all will! Rest in paradise mom, I love you!

  7. So sorry for you loss. Prayers for you and your family.

  8. RIP my dear friend. I’m going to miss you. I’m so thankful that I got to see and visit with you one last time.

  9. Love you will always remember all the good times we had together RIP My Dear Friend Till I See You Again

  10. Georgette, over the past 10-11 years I got to know you quite well since your son Matt is married to my granddaughter Nicole. I always enjoyed our visits together and your quick wit. You were loved by all and will be missed.

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