Noah Oppenheim

March 17, 1996 - November 23, 2020

03/17/1996 - 11/23/2020

Past Services

Friday November 27, 2020
1:00 pm
Princess Anne Memorial Park
1110 N. Great Neck Rd.
Virginia Beach, VA 23454
757-481-1097 | Directions

Noah Jon Oppenheim, 24, passed away Monday, November 23rd, 2020 in Virginia Beach, Virginia. Noah was born on March 17th, 1996 in Richmond, Virginia but raised in Virginia Beach. He was a graduate of First Colonial High School and a proud founder/owner of Coastal Instrument Sharpening Service.
Noah’s humor would light up any room and he deeply cared to be a great friend to everyone he encountered. He enjoyed skiing, modifying his corvette, and spending time with his friends, family and most importantly, his son Jaxon.
He is predeceased by his grandparents. In addition to his parents, Dr. Arnold and Jo-Anne Oppenheim, he is survived by his twin sister Rachel, his wife Brittany, his precious son Jaxon, and countless relatives and friends.
A graveside service will be held on Friday, November 27th 2020 at 1:00 PM officiated by Rabbi Panitz of Temple Israel at Princess Anne Memorial Park. For those unable to attend, Altmeyer has coordinated a live stream broadcast for the date and time listed for the service, please click HERE to watch. 
In lieu of flowers, the family has also arranged for a campaign fundraiser in memory of Noah, please click HERE to contribute to Shatterproof, a national nonprofit dedicated to reversing the addiction crisis in the United States.

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1 year ago

You were always an amazing friend, I can’t believe you’re gone. My heart hurts just finding out you passing Noah, I’ll miss you forever bud

Frank, Amy, Adam, & Sam Zelenka
1 year ago

We remember Noah and Rachel so fondly from their days at HAT. We are so very sorry for your loss and send our heartfelt condolences and love to all of you. Noah will forever remain in our hearts.

Deborah White
1 year ago

I just recently heard about Noah. I still think of Noah as that cute little six year old at The Hebrew Academy with his sister. He had a big personality and smile. Keeping you and your family in my prayers.

1 year ago

I still remember the sweet boy I went to HAT with.
Noah was kind. When life chucked pain and struggle at him he still remained generous and genuine. He always had a kind smile for anyone that needed it and a bear hug that made you believe “safety” could in fact come in the form of another human being. I believe fully that the most misunderstood people are often the ones worthy of the most love. Noah deserved so much better. He is and will always be worth more than the life he lived but he lived it fully and loved well.
You were always my favorite.

Sherrill Family
2 years ago

Our condolences to the Oppenheim Family. Rest In Peace Noah.

Brenda Paige Wilkins
2 years ago

Dr. Oppenheim, Joanne and Rachel, I am so very sorry to hear about the passing of Noah. Please know that I am praying that God will give you the comfort you need. May Noah rest in Heavenly Love.

Honey and David Maizel
2 years ago

Our heartfelt condolences to the Oppenheim family as we learned of this sad news. May you be comforted in time as your loss is replaced with fond memories.

Pam Ildefonzo
2 years ago

Arnold,JoAnn and Rachel, I am sorry to hear of Noah’s passing. May the precious memories of him bring you much comfort in the days to come.

Sheila and Matt Krakower
2 years ago

We just learned of Noah’s passing. Our hearts are breaking for you. Too young. Too soon. Sending you love and hugs. No words can soften your loss. We lost two children. It’s the most painful thing one can ever go through.

Bonnie Vick
2 years ago

I am so sorry to hear about the passing of Noah. My thoughts and prayers are with your family at this time of sorrow. RIP Noah