Thursday, June 13, 2024

Noah Ernesto Rondon, 19

Noah Ernesto Rondon (Wilmington Funeral & Cremation)

WILMINGTON — Gather with us to celebrate the extraordinary life of Noah Rondon, a young man whose light, was extinguished far too soon. At just 19 years old, Noah was a beacon of talent, intellect, and love, leaving an unforgettable mark on all who had the privilege of knowing him.

Noah was not just handsome on the outside; his beauty radiated from a soul deeply enriched by passions and gifts. A talented harpist, his music was the calm to the weary soul, evoking emotions that words often failed to express. His aspiration to become a librarian was a natural extension of his avid love for reading. Noah could devour fantasy novels with a speed that left many in awe, his mind always hungry for new adventures and knowledge.

From a very young age, Noah exhibited a brilliance that was nothing short of extraordinary. He could code software programs by the third grade, a testament to his analytical mind and his ability to see the world through a scientific lens. This unique perspective often opened our eyes to new ways of thinking, challenging us to view life with the same clarity and honesty that he did.

Noah’s heart was as vast as his intellect. An intense animal lover, he cared deeply for many pets over the years, with a special affection for his beloved kittens, Jasper and Ruth. His compassion extended to his culinary skills, where he crafted exquisite sourdough breads, delicate French butter cookies, and decadent vegan meals that brought joy and comfort to those fortunate enough to taste them.

In his family, Noah was a source of unwavering support. To his mother, Leah Jordan, he was a rock through life’s many challenges and a cheerleader in times of triumph. His brother, Joseph Jordan, and his stepfather, Christopher Graner, found in Noah a peaceful presence, guiding them through both ordinary and extraordinary moments.

Noah’s influence extended beyond his immediate family. He was a cherished friend and mentor to his little cousins, Owen and Cameron Bernath, imparting wisdom and love in equal measure. His friends, Ash and Mason, were very special to him, sharing bonds that are profound.

Survived by a loving family, including his mother Leah Jordan, stepfather Christopher Graner, brother Joseph Jordan, father Ernesto Rondon, stepmother Irma Rondon, aunts Cara Bernath and Marite Bellfield, uncles George Bernath, Shawn Jordan, and Roberto Rondon, and many cousins, Noah’s memory will continue to live on in the hearts of those who loved him.

As we bid farewell to Noah, let us remember him as the bright light he was, a beacon of love, intellect, and talent. Though he is no longer with us, his spirit will continue to inspire, comfort, and guide us. Noah, you are with us always, in our hearts and in the music of life that continues to play, enriched forever by your melody.

Rest in peace, dear Noah. You will be deeply missed and forever cherished.

The family will have a time of visitation from 2:00 to 3:00 PM prior to the service at the funeral home.

A celebration of Noah’s life will be held 3:00 PM Wednesday June 12, 2024 at Wilmington Funeral & Cremation Chapel, 1535 South 41st Street Wilmington, NC 28403.

Online condolences may be sent here.

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