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Denice Marie (Mongovan) Noyes
August 6, 1935 ~ August 18, 2023 (age 88) 88 Years Old
Denice "Dee" Noyes (nee Mongovan) passed away Friday, August 18th, after recently celebrating her 88th birthday.
Denice was born on August 6th, 1935 in Chippewa Falls, WI to Marie Blaeser and Francis Mongovan. She was the oldest of three girls with her sisters Pat Ritzinger and Francis Martin. She graduated from Regis High School in 1953. She married Leonard (Lenny) Noyes in 1955 until his death in 1996 and raised their three boys: Perry, Daniel, and Andrew in the same house she lived in up until a couple of years before she passed.
She was a charismatic people-person and fashionista that was able to combine these talents while working at high-end retailers "Putnams" and then at "Details" in Eau Claire. She was passionate for ballroom dancing and big band music, fueling her love to live life to the fullest and always staying active. She will be remembered for always being the life of the party.
Denice is survived by her three boys: Perry (Cindy) Noyes of Houston, TX; Daniel Noyes of Eau Claire, WI; and Andrew (Trang) Noyes of St. Paul Park, MN and their families. Also survived by close friend Glen Smith.
She was preceded in death by her husband, parents, sisters, and daughter-in-law Kim Noyes.
Funeral will be privately held for immediate family at a future date. Arrangements were entrusted to Lenmark-Gomsrud-Linn Funeral and Cremation Services. Online condolences for Dee's family may be left at www.lennmarkfh.com. Any memorials can be in the form of donations to the Chippewa Humane Association.
"...and remember, just keep dancing!"