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Noah Joseph Buller, 11 months, of Leland, N.C.

Noah Joseph Buller, 11 months, of Leland, N.C., died suddenly on Tuesday, April 17, 2012.

Noah was born in Greensboro, N.C., on May 18, 2011 to Tom Buller and Erin (Bartels) Buller, formerly of Peachtree City. He was baptized at the Newman Catholic Student Center at UNC Chapel Hill and was a member of St. Mary Parish in Wilmington.

Noah traveled many places in his short time - Nebraska, Montana, Georgia, Kansas, Pennsylvania and many parts of NC-and made friends everywhere he went. He loved to flirt, and his eyes twinkled before he smiled. He loved to cuddle and give kisses. He was a Notre Dame fan and had his picture taken with the leprechaun at a football game.

He will be greatly missed by his parents, his grandparents, Jim and Ellen Buller of Billings, Montana, and Kyle and Diane Bartels of Peachtree City, Ga., his great-grandparents, Joyce Audiss, Beverly Bennett, and Gerald and Linda Bartels, his aunts and uncles, Megan and Wes Shelton, Amy and Richard Hall, Carolyn and Jason Wendorf, and Brett Bartels, and his cousins, Alex and Sophie Hall and Liam Shelton.

With him in heaven are his great-grandparents, Dale Audiss, Jeanne Buller Bishop and Joseph Buller, and Stanley and Frances Corriea.

Visitation and a prayer service with remembrances of Noah were held on Sunday, April 22.

A Mass of Christian Resurrection was held on Monday, April 23, at St. Mary Catholic Church in Wilmington with a reception following.

Memorials may be sent to Tileston Outreach, 412 Ann St., Wilmington, N.C. 28401. The Buller and Bartels families would like to thank everyone for the tremendous outpouring of love, support, and prayers.

Condolences may be sent to the family at or to Erin and Tom Buller, 1016 N. Sanderling Drive,Leland, N.C. 28451


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