Farid Noor

Farid Noor

December 17, 1938 - March 02, 2008

Farid Noor

December 17, 1938 - March 02, 2008


Farid Noor, 69, was born on December 17, 1938 in Indonesia and passed away Sunday, March 2, 2008 in Big Bear, California, surrounded by his loving family. A devoted husband, father, and grandfather, he will be forever missed by his wife, Dulce; his daughter, Karina, and her husband, Ed; his daughters, Devi and Tessa; and son, Michael; and his granddaughters, Nina and Naomi.

He is also survived by his mother, Irene; sisters Ade, Ida, and Meri; and brother, Indra.

In lieu of flowers the family has kindly requested a contribution to either the American Heart Association or the American Diabetes Association.

May Farid forever wear his Cardinal and Gold boldly and Fight On!

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29 responses to Farid Noor

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  1. Joe L. Ruiz says:

    He was a very funny and happy individual. It was a pleasure for him to be part of my life. I will always remember his jokes kindness and goodwill. My condolence to all the family members and friends. God bless. Joe and Yolie Ruiz

  2. Dearest Diti and family,

    My thoughts and prayers are with you as you cope with the loss of our dear Farid. Please accept my deep regrets that I will be unable to be at the memorial in person but please know that I will be there in spirit. Much love.


  3. The very BEST father that I’ve ever had!! even though he only stayed in the phillipines for a very short time!!

    I remember when daddy told me that if my grades will get lower he will kick my butt! but dad, I am proud to say that my grades didnt get low! in fact it gets higher and higher!!

    daddy was a big lost to the family! now I am the only guy left!! I hope I can protect my three sisters and my mother just like daddy was doing when he was alive!!

    I love you dad!! I love you!!

  4. Dear Dulce, Karina, Devi and Tess:
    Please accept my sincere and heartfelt sympathy in the passaing of Fred. I liked him and I felt that that we were always buddies. I occasionally make his ‘murtaba’. My prayers for him and you all.


    ps. I was in Peru from March 1 – 16th.

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