Barbara Noa, 101, died peacefully at Mountain View Community, Ossipee, NH on Friday December 23, 2022. She was an only child born to actors Jane Salzberg and Julian Noa on August 29, 1921 in New York City. Her parents met when Julian was leading man and Jane was leading lady. Julian Noa also was well known as a radio actor who voiced the role of Perry White on the Superman radio program.
Barbara lived a full life that included traveling, early bird dinners with her Florida girlfriends, shopping, visits with her adored grandchildren and many hours reading.
Barbara graduated from Julia Richman High School and completed her education at Queens College where she received a Master’s Degree in speech pathology. She worked in the Baldwin Public Schools as a speech pathologist .After her retirement from Baldwin she worked until she was 91 in Boca Raton FL at Assisted Living facilities offering speech services to the clients.
A lover of fashion, bargain hunting and the daily crossword, Barbara leaves behind four children: Sydney Schiller Pfeifer and husband Dean, of Wolfeboro, Merrill Schiller Heubach and husband Al, of Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Glenn Schiller and wife Lisa, of Canton, Ohio and David Schiller and wife Karen of Ft. Collins, Colorado. She also leaves eight grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren.
Our family would like to thank the “Angels“, who made her last five years happy. The entire staff at Sugar Hill Assisted Living, the staff at Mountain View, and Compassus Hospice cared for her in a respectful, loving and compassionate manner and gave her a reason to smile every day. We are forever thankful.
There will be a celebration of her life in April.