Noel John Denis Crotty
CROTTY Noel John Crotty of Edmonton and formerly Clontarf, Dublin, Ireland. Peacefully on April 15th,2023 in the great care of Pilgrims Hospice Society in Edmonton Alberta. Beloved son of the late James and Kathleen Crotty and dearly loved brother Des all of Dublin.
Predeceased by his brother Brian. Sadly, missed by his beloved daughter Tammy and his sons Derrick, Denis, and Liam. And by his adoring grandchildren extended family and friends.
Noel had a long career with Western Star Trucks, and he always remembered his 30 years there with great affection.
He bravely battled cancer for 5 years and never gave up on his joy of life.
Noel’s family would like to thank Sturgeon Hospital and Pilgrims Hospice Society for their support, compassion, and care in his last days.
Noel has been cremated as per his wish and a celebration of his life will be held at Trinity Funeral Home (10530- 116 Street NW, Edmonton) on May 6th at 10a.m.
Service may be attended in person or by accessing the following link: LiveStreamNoelCrotty
A memorial service will be held in Dublin in mid June.
In lieu of flowers a memorial donation may be made to Pilgrims Hospice Society.
I had the pleasure of working with Noel for many years at Western Star Trucks. His sense of humor, dedication to his work and company, friendly, easy going nature will be remembered very fondly. He will be missed.
I am so sorry for your loss. Noel left many people with such good memories.
Thinking of Noel and all of you on this sad day
Thinking of you all today. Will join the ceremony remotely from The Netherlands.
Wishing Noel the lovely send off which he deserves. He will bed sadly missed.
Noel was a good man and a friend think of him often had many good times with him
My condolences to all the Crotty family in Canada. Was very to sad to hear the news. May he rest in peace.
I am Noel’s younger brother living in Dublin, Ireland. I very much regret that due to health issues I cannot be there today. Noel and me shared a bedroom when were children and he looked after me so well. Noel left Ireland over 50 years ago, he was missed in many ways and in a way because he was abroad it seemed his death might never happen. It has been more terrible than I could have imagined. Rest well Noel I hope we meet again.
This note was to make sure everybody knew how well he is remembered in Ireland and will be for a long long time.
Sending thoughts and condolences to the Crotty family in Canada from David, Gillian, Aimée and Andrew. Rest in peace Noel.
We were so sorry to hear of Noel’s passing and will always remember Noel as a quiet gentle man with empathy and care for all around him. We enjoyed fun times at Edmonton football games (when the team was winning more than losing) and Lorne will always remember their time as mutually respected co-workers at Western Star. We extend our heartfelt sympathy to all who loved him.