It is with extreme sadness that we announce the untimely passing of our beloved Noelle Kuhoric. On Feb. 12, 2022, Noelle passed away after a long, courageous battle with cancer surrounded by loved ones who will honor her legacy by living life to the fullest just like she did.

Noelle was a fun loving and free-spirited young lady who brought joy to everyone she encountered. She could light up a room with her beautiful smile and will be greatly missed by all who knew her. She is survived by her loving parents James and Bonnie Kuhoric of Seaford; her biological mother Heather Kuhoric Forsythe; and her grandmother, Linda Keiffer of Connellsville, Pa.

Noelle shared a special bond with her sister, Kaitlyn and is survived by her siblings, Savanna and James Kuhoric and Lexi Pennman; her aunt, Stacey Hittle, husband David and family; her aunt Kelly Lawless and son Noah; and uncle Jim Kuhoric and family.

Noelle had a zest for life and drive for success. She graduated from Seaford High School with the highest of honors, was the captain of the color guard, and business professionals of America student of the year. Noelle was very excited to gain admittance to the prestigious University of Virginia to pursue Nursing so she may help others through service. Although she was unable to accomplish that dream, she impacted the lives and hearts of many that knew her. Her kind and compassionate heart moved her to create “Noelle’s Knockout Foundation” which she envisioned to help immigrants in need by supplying food and necessities. Noelle gave freely of herself and always helped those in need.

There was a special place in Noelle’s heart for her boyfriend, Furukh Siddique of Rockville, Md. They spent countless hours together, vacationing, and enjoying each other. She always confided that he was the love of her life. Noelle loved her best friends Jed Pearson, Samaij Sanders, and Shamaya Young. She adored Devon “The Queen” who was a constant source of support and love.

The 4Troy Foundation provided Noelle with a special experience that she truly cherished.

A special thank you to the talented professionals at Johns Hopkins Hospital for their unwavering care and dedication and Nurse Kim from Delaware Hospice for her kindness and support during a very difficult time.

A funeral service will be held on Wednesday, Feb. 23 at 11 a.m at Watson Yates Funeral Home and Crematorium, a Parsell Family Funeral Home, 609 East King St., Seaford, DE, where friends may visit beginning at 10 a.m. Friends may also visit on Tuesday, Feb. 22, from 4 to 6 p.m. Interment will be private. 

Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic social distancing protocols must be observed and masks must be worn by everyone participating in any aspect of the service.

Please visit Noelle’s Life Memorial webpage and sign her virtual guestbook at