Noelle Hope Leishman Tomco
Memorial Service: https://youtu.be/iQVgwjj6g2I
Memorial Service, 21 March 2020: https://youtu.be/iQVgwjj6g2I
2016-2020 Slideshow: https://youtu.be/C9GDHLbV-AE
2007-2016 Slideshow: https://youtu.be/JviIBqu_8zg
1977-2007 Slideshow: https://youtu.be/P7cJHFZgfnI
Graveside Service, 24 March 2020: https://youtu.be/zYVaEYtVSg0
Noelle Hope Tomco (Leishman) died peacefully March 18, 2020 in Provo, Utah at the age of 42.
Noelle is survived by her husband Abe Tomco of Heber City, Utah; children Brigham, Sam, Kate, and Hyrum; her parents Bob and Karen Leishman of Kirkland, Washington and Bob and Dot Tomco of Heber City, Utah; her sisters Stacey Holm of Idaho Falls, Idaho, Stephanie Gardner of Renton, Washington, and Heather Herendeen of Monroe, Washington and Abe’s siblings Rachel, Brigham, Jeremiah, Ben, Joe, Matt, Liz, Sarah and Katie. She is preceded in death by her mother Kathleen Hope Leishman and her sister Rebecca Leishman Smith of Bothell, Washington.
Noelle was born on September 9, 1977 in Kirkland to Robert and Kathleen Leishman. She attended Woodin Elementary, Northshore Junior High, and graduated from Inglemoor High School in 1996. She went on to earn her Associate’s Degree in Early Childhood and Family Development from Ricks College, where she was awarded Woman of the Year. She married her high school sweetheart Abe Tomco, a family doctor on March 1, 1997, in the Seattle Washington Temple.
Over 9 years, the couple welcomed four children into their home. Noelle was a loving and devoted mother. Her children remember her as a lively, fun, creative mother who often broke into spontaneous songs and dances. Noelle lit up every room she walked into with her beautiful smile and contagious laughter. She was a humble, faithful, compassionate individual who loved to serve others. She was passionate about people, she would always say “people are my hobby”. She was an active and dedicated member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and volunteered for many years serving people of all ages. She was a beloved substitute teacher in the Wasatch School District.
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