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Noreen Sue

Noreen Anosov

Of San Francisco, California. April 16, 2020, age 77 years. Preceded in death by her cherished parents Rae (nee Abramson) and Norman Anosov. Beloved sister of Jay Anosov. Further survived by loving cousins, other relatives and friends.

Noreen was educated at Pulaski H.S. in Milwaukee and earned her X-Ray Technician certification at the University of Wisconsin Hospital. Her first job was at St. Michael’s Hospital in Milwaukee, later in her career she trained at Mt. Zion Hospital in San Francisco as an X-Ray Therapist. She retired from the University of California Hospital System and continued to live in San Francisco until her death. She spent her free time knitting and playing mah jong.

Private Family Services with burial at Agudas Achim Cemetery.

If desired, memorials to the charity of your choice are appreciated.

Past Comments

Becky King Carter

I am very saddened by my Dear Friend Noreen’s death but I am relieved to know that her body is free of illness and now has days free of pain. Noreen was my wonderful friend for over 50 years, and I cherish her in my heart. “ Memories are the most beautiful pictures our minds can print and nothing can ever erase them.” Peace be with you, Dear Noreen. ❤️


Rest In Peace Noreen, no more suffering. We go back a long time ago when I started my career as a Radiation Therapist at Mt Zion Hospital in San Francisco. You were no nonsense when it came to training, you had seen it all. Over time your generous spirit became known, a heart of gold, kind, sweetness, and a wonderful beautiful smile! I still use the pot holder that you made for me over 30 years ago! Blessings!

Maggie Graham

Noreen worked weekends as an Xray technician at Stanford Hospital for many years where we became friends. I just found out today about her passing. I am saddened by her death but very happy that she and I were friends through the years and that she was part of my life. We had wonderful Christmas parties with friends every year for many years. So much fun and such happy memories.
She was a wonderful, caring, giving person. I will miss her.

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