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Cathy Noon

August 24, 1956 — December 11, 2023

Centennial

Cathy Noon, a loving wife, mother, and visionary leader who served as the City of Centennial's second Mayor, passed away on December 11 after bravely facing pancreatic cancer for five and a half years. She is survived by her husband, Jim, their daughter Whitney, son Eric, brother Mark, and her four grandchildren.
Cathy’s legacy as an influential leader throughout the Denver metro area and the impact she had on programs, initiatives, and regional improvements will continue to enrich and benefit the lives of Centennial citizens for many years to come.
Instrumental in Centennial's formation, she collaborated closely with residents, rallying support for incorporation. Mayor Noon's tenure witnessed transformative initiatives throughout the City, including the completion of significant transportation projects, the opening of Centennial Center Park—the City's first-owned park—and contributing to numerous development ventures such as IKEA Centennial, Topgolf, and the groundbreaking District (formerly the Jones District) and so much more. 
Cathy also leaves an indelible legacy in the tenacious and brave effort she displayed in not only fighting her own pancreatic cancer, but in raising awareness and funding for pancreatic cancer research. Cathy was a tireless and positive force in everything she did and will be deeply missed and lovingly remembered by many.
A celebration of life will be held on Thursday, January 18, 2024, at 2 p.m. in the Embassy Suites in the Denver Tech Center. In lieu of giving flowers or gifts, the family asks that those who are able instead make a donation to the Wings of Hope for Pancreatic Cancer Research, or Nourish Meals on Wheels.

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