Noah Elijah Magallan, a beloved son, brother, uncle, and friend, passed away unexpectedly on November 6, 2023. Born on July 25, 2002, in Lubbock, Noah brought immense joy and love into the lives of those who were lucky enough to know him.
Noah's journey through life was brief but impactful. He attended Monterrey High School and proudly graduated in 2020. With determination and a strong work ethic, Noah began his career at Amazon in their warehouse. He showed great dedication and commitment to his work, leaving a lasting impression on his colleagues. His loving and caring nature naturally drew people towards him. His infectious laughter brought light into any room, and his genuine concern for others made him an exceptional friend. He had an incredible ability to make people feel seen and valued. Whether it was through a joke or a comforting word, Noah had a way of lifting spirits and spreading joy.
Noah also had various hobbies and interests that added color to his life. He found solace in the peacefulness of the outdoors, cherishing quiet moments in nature's embrace. Fishing was one of his favorite pastimes; there was something magical for him about casting a line into the water and waiting patiently for the fish to bite. He had a passion for fitness and enjoyed working out regularly to stay active and healthy. Additionally, Noah loved reading books, listening to music and collecting Jordans that reflected his individuality.
Family meant everything to Noah, especially his adored nieces and nephews. Averi, Ainzleigh, Amora, and Andrew were his pride and joy, and he cherished every opportunity to be in their presence. His kind and loving nature shone brightest when he was with them, creating memories that will forever be treasured by his family.
He is survived by his devoted mother, Angie Molina; his father, Roman Magallan and wife Regina; his sisters, Audrie Magallan, Serena Magallan; his nieces, Averi Guzman, Ainzleigh Perez, Amora Magallan; one nephew, Andrew Guzman. The bond he shared with each one of them was deeply cherished and will continue to live on within their hearts.
In the face of this heartbreaking loss, let us remember Noah for the beautiful soul he was – a young man who exuded warmth, kindness, and compassion. His life may have been short, but the impact he made on the lives of those around him will be everlasting. Services for Noah will be 10: 00 am Friday, November 17, 2023, in The Chapel of Broadway Funeral Directors with Pastor Elias Garcia officiating. Burial will follow in Peaceful Gardens Memorial Park under the direction of Broadway Funeral Directors. A prayer service will be held 7:00 pm Thursday, November 16, 2023, at Broadway Funeral Directors with visitation starting at 8:00 am.