Brian Patrick Noonan

Brian ContactPhoto-IMG_20140809_210826Patrick Noonan, of League City, passed away on Saturday, May 30, 2015 in Houston, Texas at the age of 63. He was born on December 30, 1951 in Framingham, Massachusetts to Walter and Helen Noonan. Brian worked at United Space Alliance for over twenty years. He spent his time as a devoted father and husband. Brian and his family loved to go on day trips. They enjoyed wonderful adventures together. He was always there for his family and always supported them. Brian was preceded in death by his parents, Walter and Helen, sister Maureen and brother-n-law Thomas. He is survived by his wife Laura, daughters Bridget Catherine and Caroline Grace, brothers Kevin Noonan and wife Kathleen, Michael Noonan and wife Marcia, mother and father-n-law David and Patricia Linscott, sister-n-law Jennifer Hegarty and her husband James, brother-n-law David Linscott, Jr., and many other loving family and friends. The Family will receive friends on Wednesday, June 3, 2015 at 5:00pm with a Vigil Service at 7:00pm at St Mary Catholic Church, 1612 East Walker Street, League City, Texas 77573. A Funeral Mass will follow on Thursday at 10:30am at St. Mary Catholic Church with Father Howard Drabek officiating. Interment will take place at Mount Olivet Catholic Cemetery in Dickinson, Texas. In lieu of flowers, you may send memorials to League City Animal Shelter,821 N Kansas Ave, League City, TX 77573.


  1. Sorry for your loss. My father, John (Jack) Noonan notified me of your loss. Brian is the son of my grandfather’s brother. I’d like to know more about Brian. Please feel free to reach out via email.

    Jonathan R Noonan

    Jonathan R. Noonan
  2. Noonan family,
    So very sorry for your loss. Brian is my first cousin and I regret that I did not know him. Our paths may have crossed when we were kids in Framingham.
    Jack Noonan

    Jack Noonan
  3. I am so sorry you have lost your husband, father, brother. I worked for Brian for a time. He was one of the best managers I had. Brian was so proud of his family, and always had the latest pictures, and talked so lovingly of every member.

    May God keep his arms wrapped around you during this time.

    Marianne Rodgers
  4. I will miss Brian’s feisty Irish personality and entering humor. Glad to have such fond memories to draw on during this difficult time. Much love to Laura, Bridget and Caroline!

  5. We are so sorry to hear about Brian. We had the opportunity to know him when he worked for Six Flags

    Lamar and Debbi Parker
  6. So very sorry for your loss. I had the opportunity to meet Brian while working for Six Flags.

    Joni Waggoner
  7. Laura, Bridget and Caroline, our heart goes out to you! LeAnn, Abby and I were reminiscing about the sleepovers at your house. Brian was such a great dad and husband! Our love and prayers go out to you.

    Michelle Bannon
  8. God Bless your family

    Bobby Spence
  9. I am so sorry for your loss. Your family is in our prayers.

    laura Winzig-Kohley
  10. Liz and I are so sorry for your loss. As an younger aerospace engineer myself I have always felt a connectedness to Brian even though I didn’t know him that well. Please know that we will pray for him and your entire family.

    Steve & Liz Haggerty

    Steven Haggerty
  11. God knows all things and he loves us.
    At work we talked about our love of the faith and our nation.
    In prayer – his work is not done. He is still with us.
    In the Hearts of Jesus & Mary

    Rich & Cynthia May

    Rich may
  12. My sincere condolences to you and your family during this difficult time. Through the “comfort from the scriptures we might have hope” (Romans 15:4b) and I pray that you find hope in the beautiful promise the Bible contains for the future at John 5:28, 29 and Acts 24:15.

    Tammy Gibson

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