In memory of
William T. Nolan
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In memory of
William T. Nolan
William T. Nolan Beloved father of five with enduring loyalty to Seton Hall Univ. William T. Nolan passed away on Jan. 1, 2020. He was 88 years old. William was born Oct. 31, 1931, in Newark, N.J. He attended Marshall Grammar School, South Orange Junior High, and Columbia High School, Class of 1950. He attended Seton Hall University and graduated in 1954. He was a member of the varsity baseball team and was captain in 1954. He was named First Team All American for baseball, which was the first for Seton Hall. He was active in the Seton Hall Diamond Club and was inducted into the Seton Hall Hall of Fame in 1975. He was commissioned 2nd lieutenant in the Army and served for two years. He had a successful 34-year career in sales and was employed by RCA, GE and Harris Semiconductors. He retired in 1991. William was married to Jane Coddington in 1961 and had five children, William, Jr. (Julie), Mary-Helen "Mitzi" Bennett (Brian), Paul, Timothy, and Brian (Josefina); and seven grandchildren, Amanda, Michael, Matthew, Brendan, Paul, Isabela, Destiny; and cousin to Kathy Cosgrove. William was a wonderful son, brother, cousin, husband, father, uncle, grandfather, and friend. He was devout in his faith, had a lifelong dedication to Seton Hall University, was a season ticket holder to the Angels and Los Angeles Kings. He was a teacher, mentor, coach and role model. He was predeceased by his parents, Mary and Cornelius; his uncle, Bill, his aunt, Mary, his brother, Neal, his son, Paul, and his wife, Jane. He will truly be missed by all who knew him.
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In memory of
William T. Nolan
William T. Nolan Beloved father of five with enduring loyalty to Seton Hall Univ. William T. Nolan passed away on Jan. 1, 2020. He was 88 years old. William was born Oct. 31, 1931, in Newark, N.J. He attended Marshall Grammar School, South Orange Junior High, and Columbia High School, Class of 1950. He attended Seton Hall University and graduated in 1954. He was a member of the varsity baseball team and was captain in 1954. He was named First Team All American for baseball, which was the first for Seton Hall. He was active in the Seton Hall Diamond Club and was inducted into the Seton Hall Hall of Fame in 1975. He was commissioned 2nd lieutenant in the Army and served for two years. He had a successful 34-year career in sales and was employed by RCA, GE and Harris Semiconductors. He retired in 1991. William was married to Jane Coddington in 1961 and had five children, William, Jr. (Julie), Mary-Helen "Mitzi" Bennett (Brian), Paul, Timothy, and Brian (Josefina); and seven grandchildren, Amanda, Michael, Matthew, Brendan, Paul, Isabela, Destiny; and cousin to Kathy Cosgrove. William was a wonderful son, brother, cousin, husband, father, uncle, grandfather, and friend. He was devout in his faith, had a lifelong dedication to Seton Hall University, was a season ticket holder to the Angels and Los Angeles Kings. He was a teacher, mentor, coach and role model. He was predeceased by his parents, Mary and Cornelius; his uncle, Bill, his aunt, Mary, his brother, Neal, his son, Paul, and his wife, Jane. He will truly be missed by all who knew him.
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Services Provided By
Saddleback Chapel
220 E. Main St.
Tustin, CA 92780
Past Services ╲╱
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