OBITUARY: Julia Ann Noll of Melbourne Passes Away After Battling Lengthy Illness
By Space Coast Daily // January 27, 2023
She was an incredible wife, mother, grandmother "Mom Mom", sister and friend
BREVARD, COUNTY • MELBOURNE, FLORIDA— Julia Ann Noll passed away on Wednesday, January 18, 2023, after bravely battling a lengthy illness. She was surrounded by a loving family in her final days.
She was born in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania on January 14, 1935, a daughter of Beauregard and Mary (Quinn) Hummer.
Julia was a 1952 graduate of Danville High School and worked in the medical field for much of her life.
She met the love of her life, Arlon E. Noll, and married him on December 29, 1953. They had four children together: Roxanne Kay, Rodney Arlon, Wayne Ivan, and David Allen Noll, all of Melbourne, Florida.
Julia spent most of her time being a stay-at-home mother and then worked at MIMA medical center, where she met life-long friends.
She was an incredible wife, mother, grandmother “Mom Mom”, sister, and friend.
Julia was a member of the Episcopal Church and helped Arlon run his furniture company, Dixieland, before he passed in September 1989.
Julia loved her family more than anything else and made sure Sundays were “family days.” Her children and grandchildren enjoyed many fun summers in Pennsylvania and delicious barbeques on Palomino Road in Melbourne.
Friends and family were always welcome at the Noll residence. Food, drinks, and laughs were always ready.
Julia is survived by her children, Roxanne Kay, Rodney Arlon (Patricia), Wayne Ivan, and David Allen (Tracy) Noll, all of Melbourne, Florida.
She will be greatly missed by her grandchildren Julia Katherine, Megan Kylie, Shannon Inez, Sheila Marie, Shelly Ann, and Waylon Arlon. Her great-grandchildren include Tanner, Joshua, Abigail, Samuel, Noah, Elijah, Jethro, and Evelyn.
Julia was preceded in death by her parents, husband, and two sisters, Joyce and Janice, of Danville, Pennsylvania.
Her burial will take place on February 4, 2023, at 3 p.m. at Florida Memorial Gardens. The family will have a celebration of life following the burial.