Continuing The Celebration For

Reginald Noris

Sunrise: April 11, 1962 – Sunset: December 18, 2022

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Life’s Journey

Reginald Ramone Noris (BKA) Reggie.  Reggie was born on April 11, 1962 to the union of his parents Bill Hunter and Lillie Noris.  He was born at Barnes Hospital in St. Louis, Missouri and was reared and raised in East St. Louis, Illinois.  Reggie was the seventh child and was the “baby” of the family.  He was preceded in death by his parents, his special first niece Sherrell Patrice Murdock and his sister Bettye Coffey.  Reggie professed his faith in Christ at an early age while attending Mt. Sinai Baptist Church in East St. Louis, Illinois.  Reggie attended public schools in the East St. Louis School District 189 and was an honor student and Drum Major at East St. Louis Senior High School.  After graduation he attended Southern Illinois University in Carbondale Illinois where he began studies in Electrical Engineering and completed his degree in Computer Information Programming.  While in college he worked at John Logan College in Carterville, Illinois as a Computer Laboratory Technician.  After graduating from college, he moved to Houston, Texas and was employed by Houston Independent School District where he held several positions during his time there as an Inventory Control Specialist, Customer Service Representative and Associate Help Desk Analyst.  He later worked part time for the Houston Community College System as a Computer Technician, and for Verizon Wireless as a Technical Support Coordinator.  He was most recently employed with ABM Industries where he served as the VIP Deskside Support Representative.  Reggie had a wealth of knowledge in computers.  He received his A+ Certification from CompTIA  and was a Dell Certified Systems Expert.  He loved his job and his co-workers.  His last day at ABM Industries was December 17, 2022 and on December 18, 2022 he was called to his Eternal home.  Reggie never married or had any children.  He would always say his nieces and nephews were his children.  He treated them all as if they were his own.  Reggie loved his family and opened his home as the central meeting place for all family social events.  He was the self-designated family photographer as it was important to him to capture and preserve our times together.  Reggie’s memories will be cherished by his siblings.  He is survived by his three sisters – Marcella (Waldo(D)) Dotts and Vivian (Larry(D)) Clark in Houston, Tx and Barbara (Michael) Kimbrough in Ocoee, Florida, two brothers – Buford (Debra) Noris in Houston, Tx and Henry (Toni) Noris in Virginia Beach, Va., brother-in-law Kent Coffey, a host of nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends and a special friend Ms. Elva Garza.

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Sandra W Sandra W from Houston wrote on December 29, 2022 at 7:31 pm
I've known Reggie since 12/2016. Throughout the years, he's always been a kind, helpful, jovial, & hardworking guy. He gave his best to handle our many IT requests, and gave special one-on-one assistance. He'd tease me about breaking the printers. LOL! Of course, none of those issues were my fault. Someday, his workstation will be filled by another team member, but there will never be another IT fave like Reggie. He'll be dearly missed. God bless and comfort his family on every side during the days and weeks to come.