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In Tribute to Michael Allen Noeth
30 years old.   Residence: New York, N.Y.
Died in Pentagon

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I served with Michael Noeth on the USS Wasp in Norfolk, VA before his transfer to the Pentagon. He will always be remembered. He was a good man and well liked. My condolences and warm wishes go out to his loved ones left behind by the fateful day on 9/11/2001

*** Posted by Gordon Mittelsteadt on 2011-11-13 ***

I did not know Michael A. Noeth. And, perhaps I should be embarrassed in saying this, I did not know that there was a "Michael Noeth" among the 9/11 victims. My parents mentioned this to me yesterday (9/11/11) since they had seen his name in the paper among the list of some 3000 others.

Our name is not a real common one, so I want to write simply here that I hope he is resting in peace and that his family has found some comfort (although I can only imagine how).

Sincerely,


Michael J. Noeth Sr.
Michael J. Noeth Jr.

p.s. I did know 3 people who died in New York (they were passengers on the flights out of Boston).

*** Posted by Michael J. Noeth on 2011-09-12 ***

Hey Noeth,

I'm writing an essay about us for a class that I am taking and came across this site. I took that framing class in 2005 and framed several pictures since then. Tell all my shipmates and Bernard Jr that I still think about them.

Noeth and I served at the Pentagon together. He switched shifts with me the morning of September 11th, losing his life and probably saving mine. I am so sorry for what he had to experience; it still hurts today.

*** Posted by Yvette Francis on 2011-02-07 ***

I miss Michael very much. He was my friend, and I served with him in the Pentagon. He said Mars Black was the color of the day; a part of my heart is Mars Black without him around. I miss the classical music and his sense of humor.

*** Posted by Patrick Gould, MC1(SW/AW) on 2009-03-19 ***

I was a shipmate of Mike's, as well as a fellow RUSSELL "plankowner." The highest compliment I was ever paid was when Mike, in reference to an art gallery overseas, said that we (he and I) could "blow them away." I was a blossoming artist in the company of greatness. To have him put me in the same category as himself, well, I was amazed and humbled.
I will always miss Mike's hatred of mornings ("Good morning, Mike..." ... "Hmmm," he would answer back!), his newfound love of pro wrestling thanks to us, and his love of life.... I learned so much just talking with him. Although I hadn't seen him in over two years before his passing, I will miss him forever.

PN1(SW) John A. Sanchez, U.S. Navy (Retired)
Pleasanton, Texas

*** Posted by John A. Sanchez on 2008-09-12 ***

I served with Michael on USS Wasp. He definitely was a talented artist and was also always willing to help out. We needed his services from the print shop.

*** Posted by DC1 Davin Luoma on 2008-09-10 ***

I studied with Michael at FIT. He was of the most talented in our class. I just googled his name, wondering if he was now a famous artist, getting the recognition he deserved. The world has lost a very thoughtful human being, a great artist.

*** Posted by Yael on 2006-11-30 ***

I knew Noeth when he was stationed on board the Russell.  I was stationed on the Cimarron.  Both our ships were homeported in Pearl Harbor.  He was one of the nicest and most open-minded people you could ever meet.  He will always be missed.

*** Posted by SGT Tanner (previously OS2 Sheila Stanley) on 2006-01-25 ***

I went to Middle school with Michael. I always knew there was something special about him. God Bless

*** Posted by Alvin on 2005-10-04 ***

I commissioned the RUSSELL with Michael. As a fellow artist (though no where near as gifted as Michael) I was amazed at his ability. I asked him once why he joined the Navy and he said he wanted to travel and see the world so he could paint it. He gave me some watercolors and a portable easel. I'm learning how to paint in watercolor so I can bring his paints to life again. He was a great kid.

*** Posted by FCCS David L. Anderson on 2004-01-02 ***


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