Noah Pangalia Death, Obituary – Sadly passed away unexpectedly on December 30th, 2022, when they were 19 years old. He was a much-cherished child to his parents, Dil Pangalia and Jennifer Ali. He leaves behind his brother Jack Pangalia, as well as his grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends, all of whom will be saddened by his passing. A memorial service will be conducted in the privacy of the family at their home. Our dearest cousin Jennifer and her entire family are in our thoughts and prayers during this trying time. Please accept our sincere condolences. The charming Noah, who usually had a broad grin on his face, will be remembered for all time.
Despite the distance between us, all of you are in our thoughts and prayers. With all of our affection… From Waheeda and all of her family. Aunt Zoreda, Shaheeda, Feyaz & family.. The fact that you passed away at such a young age is still difficult for me to process. Together, we have a wealth of memories to look back on. When I go back, I realize that we originally became good friends because other people commented that they thought we were the same person. That same day, we also discovered that we lived directly across the street from one another. Since we were in elementary school together till now, we have been through a lot of exciting experiences together;
I wish I could express how much I valued your generosity and kind heart. I’m aware that in recent years you’ve had some challenges, but the last time I saw you, it seemed like you had a strategy to get better and improve while maintaining a positive outlook. I hope that this is the case. This is something that I had not anticipated at all, and it is depressing. The primary thing that brought us closer together was sharing our musical discoveries with one another and, at one point or another, even creating music together. Once you got started, music quickly became not only a hobby but also a calling for your life. I am aware that the primary goal you had in mind while creating the work you did was for it to have an impact on other people.
Don’t worry about it; you already have and will continue to do exactly that. I have no doubt that things have improved for you at this point. My deepest sympathies go out to Noah’s family, and I pray that they find some measure of comfort in the knowledge that their loved one made such a significant and favorable contribution to the world and is now in a better position to enjoy greater health. Have a peaceful rest.