Although Noah only had two short years at Baylor, he quickly turned Waco into a home. This boy from Northwest Arkansas didn’t take long to claim himself a Texas native. Noah took pride in his school not just because of it’s outstanding athletics, but also because he knew the reputation Baylor was able to uphold in the areas of academics and traditions. He was part of the BIC Honors Program, the BU Mock Trial Team, Baylor's Urban Missions, and participated in intramural sports. Noah didn't just join these things to build a resume, he was ultimately looking to find a family away from home. Because he didn't do anything half heartedly, he excelled in his honors program, went on to become co-captain of his mock trial team, and fell in love with the kids he helped serve through Urban Missions. And of course, he found his forever friends while doing all of it. Together they went on to run the Baylor Line in their yellow jerseys, fountain hopped Rosenbalm, experienced Christmas on 5th Street, studied hard on Dia Del Oso, and didn't let much get in the way of Wing Wednesdays. It's evident through Noah's Baylor family that he wasn't only moved by the people he met, but that he also touched many hearts during his college journey. His family back home will always have a deep appreciation for this college founded by faith, and for his friends that have become and will always be family.
Please support our campaign in order to fund a memorial tree planting for Noah K. Antony, a gift to his loved ones. The cost of the tree planting and memorial plaque is a total $2,000. Thank you for helping us remember him in this way.
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