Peggy Parker (who passed away December 30, 2020) and Noah Hankins (who passed away February 10, 2018), both of Milan, Ohio, fell in love over 47 years ago. It was a love that was inseparable. Together, they were going to conquer life forever as a beautiful couple. No disabilities would keep them from accomplishing their goals. They depended on each other until the end of both of their lives. It was no surprise to see them traveling around town on their three-wheeled bikes. You would often see Noah at Berry’s Restaurant enjoying his daily coffee with Peggy patiently waiting for him to arrive home. Noah loved coffee, and Peggy enjoyed her diet Pepsi. They were members of the Salvation Army and the Norwalk Eagles #711.
Noah Hankin was the son of John and Violet Hankins. He had lived in Lorain and worked at Goodwill until meeting Peggy, and they moved to Norwalk, Ohio where he spent the remainder of his life. Noah was proud to be the brother of Nancy (Richard) Masters and Elizabeth (Danny) Burgess.
Peggy Parker was the daughter of Arthur and Eileen Parker. She was proud to be the sister of Paul (Irene) Parker, Wilma (Bernie) Schuh, and Mildred (Hank) Mead. The sister of the late John (Mary) Parker, Roger (Ruth) Parker, Luella (Jesus) Garcia, and Rose (James) Wamack.
They had many nieces and nephews (great and great-great), who they loved deeply. They are now enjoying the rest of their journey as one with their Lord and Savior. They will be greatly missed by the Hankins and Dendinger families, and their friends.
The family will receive guests on Wednesday, January 6, 2021 from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m at Walker-Eastman-Heydinger Funeral Home, 98 W. Main St., Norwalk, Ohio. Following the public visitation, a private service will be held with the family. Visitors to the funeral home will be required to bring and wear a mask and be prepared for the possibility of waiting outside if capacity limits are reached until there is room again inside for adequate social distancing. The family is planning a public celebration and memorial service for a later date. Online condolences may be made by visiting www.walkereastmanheydingerfh.com
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