By | November 15, 2021
Noah Shipwash Death

Noah Shipwash Death – Noah Shipwash, of Lexington, North Carolina, has passed away suddenly leaving family and friends in despair. Details surrounding Noah’s cause of death is unknown to us at the time of this publication. Noah was announced dead on Sunday, November 14, 2021. He was a Heavy Equipment Operator at Blythe Construction, Incorporations and was a fan of Snowboards and Dirt Bikes games where he participated in different games and a hard worker who takes his time and loved his profession.

Noah Shipwash was a native of Lexington, North Carolina and attended North Davidson High School. Noah started as a Heavy Equipment Operator at Blythe Construction, Incorporation where he worked from March 1, 2018, until the time of his death. He was a hardworking man who was passionate about his job and loved spending time with his family and loved ones. He will greatly be missed by the family, friends and loved ones.

Tiffany Alverson shared in a Facebook post; “I’m truly devastated to even write this. I don’t even know where to begin. It doesn’t feel real. You helped me through a dark period and I can’t thank you enough. You were always such a bright light to everyone who knew you. Easily one of the most genuine souls I had the pleasure of knowing. If I knew the last time I saw you would have been the last time for good, I would have hugged you a little longer and a little tighter. Hope the universe is everything you want it to be and more. Noah Shipwash”

 

Tributes shared on Noah Shipwash’s passing

Nick Rafferty – The moto fam won’t be the same! Truly sucks how the good die young, no words can describe how we feel about this. We miss you already Noah Shipwash 🙊🙊🙊✊🏻🐔🐔. Forever ✌️wheels

Kenzie Floyd – “I’m honestly sick to my stomach. RIP Noah Shipwash. Please pray for all his family and friends and to the ones who loved him. I have absolutely no words.”

Sebastion Shaner – “I don’t even know where to start with words…. Noah Shipwash you were like a younger brother, a best friend, the guy who loved to have a fun time and loved his friends and family. If I stated all of the events and good times we had together then I’d write a novel. Just know that all of those times are stuck in my head and I’ll never forget them. Tear it up while you’re up there waiting on all of us and we will all see you when it’s our time. Love ya brother, gone but never forgotten”

Noah Shipwash Obituary will be announced by the family

Photo Credit; Miranda Kempton