Dr. Frank C. Noonan, Jr., 70, of Myerstown, Pennsylvania, was acquired into Heaven on Tuesday, July 5, 2022. Frank was born on November 19, 1951 to the late Frank C. Noonan, Sr. and Audrey (Powell) Noonan of Hanover, Pennsylvania.
He was a graduate of Hanover High School, Dickinson School and Philadelphia School of Osteopathic Drugs. In his youth, Frank was an excellent basketball participant regardless of his top, frequently getting referred to as, “The Gnat” by his college or university teammates. He held data for scoring outdoors photographs just before they were a few-pointers and gained national recognition when he appeared on the Television present, To Convey to the Truth, as the shortest starting up stage-guard in college or university basketball.
Following his graduation from PCOM, Frank grew to become a medical professional who mastered prognosis and successfully practiced alternate drugs. He practiced for over 45 years and had people travel from as much as Washington condition to seek out his treatment protocols. Medicine was his enthusiasm and compassionate therapeutic was constantly his emphasis. Around the a lot of years of serving as a Lyme Literate Doctor (LLD), Frank developed and cherished long lasting relationships with his people and their households. Frank’s coronary heart was so large and his enjoy for his patients was apparent every working day he walked into his test home. He strolled into his exam room singing and laughter would spill out into the hallway when he observed clients. His concentration was healing the patient, but he acquired to that via joking, talking about sports activities and sports activities figures, and certainly listening to the patients’ tales. His individuals beloved him, and Frank treasured them.
The Amish group, in particular, embraced Frank’s form of healing. He typically put in evenings, pursuing a complete-times exercise, accomplishing house phone calls to several Lancaster County farms. The Amish group made a enjoy for Frank and his household, usually inviting them into their households to socialize and share a meal alongside one another. Shots adorn his desk and office wall drawn by Amish youngsters that turned like family members to Frank. They appeared forward to viewing Frank arrive to receive their treasured treats he would existing to them on a pay a visit to. As he neared retirement age, his individuals would express their problem that he would hang up his stethoscope. Retirement was a hard choice for Frank mainly because his heart was drugs, and all people who understood him and liked him realized he would never ever completely retire until finally he was “pushed out” by the evolving changes in today’s medication.
Frank is survived by his spouse, Dori (Hacker), to whom he was married for more than 26 yrs. In addition, he is survived by his gorgeous kids, a son, Sean of Sarasota, Florida, his spouse Stephanie (Payonik), a daughter, Courtney Katos of Lititz, Pennsylvania, her partner, Alex, and a daughter Madeline Noonan of Raleigh, North Carolina, a sister, Jane, her partner James “Reds” Very long, two attractive grandchildren, Rylan Noonan and Makenneth Katos, and several nephews.
In his past time Frank would operate to his preferred place of rest, Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, wherever he appreciated expending time with his family members, and his good friends who have been like family members. Golf was generally portion of his time absent from the office, but his trips usually involved a journey to a particular land location in Pawleys Island to check on a friend’s ton and a wander at Pawley’s Point. The numerous memories from his time in Murrells Inlet will be long lasting for his spouse, Dori, his daughter Madeline and the many friends who were being welcomed into their dwelling.
Viewing companies commence at 9:00 AM until 11:00 AM adopted by a Christian Funeral services commencing at 11:00 AM on Tuesday, July 12 at New Beginnings Church, 430 East Lincoln Avenue, Myerstown, Pennsylvania. Burial will follow the support at Mt. Hope Cemetery, Myerstown. Preparations and even further information with regards to the support can be found at GroseFH.com.
In lieu of flowers, memorials can be made to Pawley’s Island Community Church, All4Paws of Pawley’s Island, or the Steiger Sanctuary of East Cooper Land Rely on (eastcooperland.org).