Leonard Anton Noga

August 31, 1943 - January 31, 2024

In Loving Memory

Leonard Anton Noga

The family of Leonard Anton Noga are sad to announce his sudden passing on January 31,2024. Len was born in Humboldt, SK to Anton & Nellie Noga. The family then lived in Wakaw for a time before moving to Prince Albert where Len graduated from Riverside Collegiate in 1962. He began a 10 year career with the Thompson Newspapers as Circulation Manager. First with the Prince Albert Herald, then Penticton Herald and finally Kelowna Courier. Then he ventured out starting Flyer Delivery Service Penticton/Vernon. Later he began driving for Flyer Delivery Service Kelowna until his retirement. Len is survived by his much loved daughters. Kimberly Ann (Dan) Chasca; Keri-Lee Dawn (Todd) Sloan. His cherished grandchildren, Cole & Whitney Chasca; Shae-Lynn & Mitchell Sloan. He was lovingly called “Grandpa Licorice”, and for good reason, he never came for a visit without a bag full of their favorite red licorice. He also leaves behind his only sister Irene (Kevin d.) Brophy and her family Colin Brophy, Greg (Leanne) Brophy and Caroline (Doug) Oleksyn and their families. Plus, many other extended family from the Brophy, Beaudry, Hartgerink families, and his friend and mother of his daughters, Gloria Savage. Kim and Keri would like to thank everyone for their love and support during this difficult time. Dad will be missed by many. There will be no service at this time, but a private family gathering will be held at a later date.

Arrangements entrusted to

Cypress Funeral & Cremation Services 250-766-4400

Condolences may be expressed to the family by phone or email through Cypress Funeral & Cremation Services:

T: 250-766-4400

10058 BC-97 #1B,
Lake Country, BC V4V 1P8

E: [email protected]

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  1. Tricia Wright says:

    Dear Keri-Lee, Todd, Shae-Lynn, and Mitchell,
    I am so terribly sorry to learn of your Dad’s and Grandfather’s passing. It is a very difficult time for each of you, your sister, Kim, her family, and extended family members.
    Pretty cool that your Dad always brought his Grandkid’s red licorice.
    I loved it❣️
    I think of you so often Keri-Lee and remember the amazing lady I had the privilege of working with. I miss you. 🩷
    Sending you my heartfelt sympathy.
    For every tear, may there be a thousand reasons to smile.
    😘 Trish

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