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“Our sincerest condolences to the family. Praying for comfort during this difficult time. ”
1 of 8 | Posted by: Pastor Annette Brown - Lakeland, FL

“Sorry for your loss RIP Uncle Noha ”
2 of 8 | Posted by: Douglas Taft - Danbury, CT

“You, are with God, and now you have complete rest. ”
3 of 8 | Posted by: Lena - Danbury, CT

“Sorry I can't be there but I want y'all to know I will be praying for y'all family ”
4 of 8 | Posted by: Brenda Gibson - Danbury, CT

“Clara, Lillian, Craig, and family... We are so sorry to have read this morning about Noah's passing... We think of you often. Sending you love and...Read More ยป
5 of 8 | Posted by: A friend

“I want to express deep condolences to the entire Mourning family, and especially to dear Clara, for the loss of Noah. ”
6 of 8 | Posted by: Robert Daum - Vancouver, BC

“I am so sorry to hear this news. i remember Noah as a kind man and loving husband to our beloved Clara. With love, Susan Daum ”
7 of 8 | Posted by: Susan Daum

“Clara and family, Sorry for your loss. Every time you think of Noah, he lives in your heart. Michael Fenster and Family ”
8 of 8 | Posted by: Michael Fenster - Danbury, CT


Noah Mourning Jr., 82 years old of 19 Oakland Avenue passed away unexpectedly on May 22, 2018. He was the devoted husband of Clara Mourning for more than 57 years.
Noah Mourning Jr. was born in Aurora, North Carolina on September 14, 1935 to the late Noah (Stocky) Mourning and Anna Blunt-Mourning. Noah Mourning Jr. grew up in Greenville, NC where he received his education through the public schools. In the early sixties he moved from North Carolina to Danbury, CT., and by the late sixties, he was very active in the Danbury Urban Community. Noah Mourning Jr. was in part, responsible for "The Housing Project" titled "Beaver Street Co- Op", which housed low-income families. As a result of his hard work and dedication for the project, a street was named in his honor called "Mourning Place".
Noah worked at Risdon Corporations for more than 33 years as a Supervisor of the Lacquer Room. He had a love for music and dancing, he loved to feed the birds and be outside in nature every day. He truly enjoyed spending time with his children and grandchildren, and had the biggest love for his family. More importantly, he had a love for telling others about his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. He would travel near and far at any time of the day to share the Good News about Jesus and spread the Gospel. His grandchildren would describe him as the Greatest Man they knew. He showed it by always showing love, instilling in us values of treating people the way you want to be treated, always respecting yourself first, avoiding stumbling blocks, never taking "wooden nickels", and to love God with all of your heart, mind, and soul.
Noah leaves to cherish his fond memories, his wife, Clara Mourning, his beloved children: Lillian Mourning-Harris, Craig Mourning, Donovan Mourning (Jennifer), Elijah Mourning, Anna Mourning, all of Danbury, CT. Deborah Douglas (Lonel) of Enfield, CT and step-son Jerome Ingram (Janice) of Uniontown, PA. His siblings Classie Beatrice Mouning, and Herman Mourning of Danbury, CT.

The following preceded Noah Mourning Jr. in death; his son, Noah Mourning III, his son-in-law, Roger Harris and his daughter-in-law Lorette Mourning. His siblings, Sophia Morning-Armstrong; Exline Mourning Jones, Jessie Mourning; Lallie-Mae Mourning- Perkins- all who were of Danbury, CT., John Lacy Mouning, James (Sug) Mooring, who were of Bridgeport, CT., William (Henry) Mourning of Baltimore, MD., Dazelle I. Mourning-Payton of Washington, D.C., Clara Mourning- Phillips, William Mckinney- Phillips of Baltimore, MD., and Violet Mourning Robinson of Savannah, GA.

He also leaves behind 23 grandchildren, 6 great-grandchildren, a host of nieces, nephews, great-nieces, great-nephews, and many friends.