Noah M. Martin

October 9th, 2018

Noah M. Martin, age 21, of Hudson, NH, formerly of Townsend, MA, passed away unexpectedly on October 8, 2018, from injuries sustained in an automobile accident.

Noah was born in Stoneham, MA on October 1, 1997; he was the cherished son of Cindy Ascolillo and Alan Martin. Noah was raised and educated in Townsend, MA and was a graduate of Townsend High School with the Class of 2016.

Noah would light up a room with his smile and “Noah ways”. He loved nature, animals, skateboarding with his friends and listening to his favorite music. He was a talented writer; one of his poems reads: “I’d rather make an impact on the people of the world by leaving them with a smile whenever I’m around.”

Noah will be fondly remembered for his unconditional love for his family and friends; and accepting everyone and making them feel welcomed. Noah will forever in the hearts of those he touched throughout his life.

Noah was the beloved son of Cindy L. (Crogan) Ascolillo & her husband Bill of Woburn, MA and Alan M. Martin & his wife Kathy of Hudson, NH, beloved brother of the late Luke Martin, Jennifer Gorman & her husband Tom of Manchester, NH, Jessica Martin of Derry, NH, Brad Ascolillo of Manchester, NH, Joshua Ascolillo of Peabody, MA, Jared Yan of Lowell, MA and Kal Higgins of Hudson, NH. Dear grandson of Lynne Crogan of Tewksbury, MA, Dave Sr. and Laurie Crogan of Johnston, RI and Kathleen Cordaro of Woburn, MA. Noah is also survived by many aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

Family and friends will gather for Visiting Hours at the Nichols Funeral Home, 187 Middlesex Ave. (Rte. 62), Wilmington, MA on Friday, October 12th from 4:00-8:00 p.m. A Service to Celebrate Noah’s life will take place on Saturday, October 13th at 10:00 a.m. in the Abundant Life Christian Church, 173 Church St., Wilmington, MA. Interment will follow in Oakland Cemetery, Dracut, MA.

In lieu of flowers, donations in Noah’s memory may be made to Anxiety and Depression Association of America, 8701 Georgia Avenue Suite #412, Silver Spring, MD 20910 or


21 Entries in Guest Book for “Noah M. Martin”

  1. LindaMullen says:

    To the Martin, Ascolillo, Crogan and Cordaro families, May you all hold each other together during this tragic time and going forward. I pray love and hope prevail in all of your lives. May Noah and Luke’s memories keep you whole and help you all find peace. Our deepest sorrows, sending prayers and love to you all. Mike and Linda Mullen

  2. Wendy Toher says:

    I have no words. It is such a sad and tragic situation.
    I know that your heart is so heavy right now. Noah and Luke’s memories will always keep a warm glow in your heart.
    Look to the sky Jess. You have two Guardian Angels and they are both watching over you.

  3. Shannon says:

    So sorry you all have to go thru this tragic loss. May he rest in peace with Luke we will all miss you so much Noah!!

  4. Nancy Swan says:

    Words can’t come close to expressing how sorry I am. It makes absolutely no sense at all. I waver between absolute sorrow and righteous anger.
    You and your family have been in my heart, thoughts and prayers constantly and will continue to be.

  5. Marilyn Diaz says:

    My deepest condolences to you and your family. Words are not enough at a time like this. May the tears you shed be ones filled of wonderful times and memories shared. My love, hugs and prayers are with you.

  6. Evalyn Maghakian says:

    Dear Crogan family, I cannot imagine the heartbreak you are experiencing…a totally senseless incident that took Noah way before his time. Although we have lost touch over the years, I cherish the memories our families had. Healing thoughts and much love is sent to all.

  7. Pat and Dave McMahon says:

    I am so sorry for your terrible loss. You are all in our prayers.

  8. Linda Boutin says:

    No ones words can take your pain away, I pray for peace for you my friend!!

  9. Marjorie & Frank McNeill says:

    So sorry for your loss please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.

  10. Jenn says:

    My thoughts and prayers go out to your family. I only worked with Noah for a short time at 7-Eleven. But in that short time he made a huge impact! He was an amazing person and very hard worker he will truly be missed.
    My sincere condolences
    Jenn ~

  11. Jennifer & Paul Brodeur says:

    We had the pleasure of knowing Noah for several years of his young life, while our sons grew up together in their teens. He was one of those kids that brightened our day when he walked through our door. He was a good friend to our son, Ryan, and they had so many good times shared together. We cherish the memories of our boys in their happiest days. We pray for all of his family and friends who are grieving during this unimaginable and senseless loss. He will truly be missed and we will never forget him.

    Our deepest condolences.

    The Brodeur/Vaughan Family
    Ashby, MA

  12. Sarah says:

    The other day another driver took you away before I could say goodbye. One of my favorite people in the whole world, also one I unfortunately lost touch with over time, while we were both facing our own battles. You were selfless and caring, a friend who would save you when he was falling apart himself. A person who you could hug and feel home. Someone you could be yourself around and he would double your crazy to make you laugh. A friend who instantly became a brother. One of the people you couldn’t trade for the world. You loved my son and you were helping me try to have a bio child, solely because you respected me and cared and wanted to do something good in the world. I was Sarbear you were Uncle Noah and it made you smile from ear to ear how we became family. I want you to know you thought you were some monster with the demons you faced and I hate to burst your bubble but you were ALL good, because your heart was entirely pure. I love you, Uncle Noah. You have no idea how much you will be missed. I’m glad you finally get to see your little brother again. Rest easy until I can come chill with you again <3

  13. Michelle Bennett says:

    I know there are no words to take the heartbreak away but Noah was a great kid and he will be missed immensely by Peter and our whole family. We are so sorry. God bless you and your whole family.

  14. Bill Lajoie says:

    My deepest sympathy to the entire Martin and Crogan families. There are no words to write or read that can take the pain away. We will pray for you.

  15. Debbie & Tim says:

    Dear Cindy and family,
    So incredibly sad to hear that Your precious Noah is gone. We will keep you all in our prayers in the difficult journey ahead. We wish you peace and much love.

  16. Sue lambert says:

    Dear Cindy & family,

    My heart aches with at this sad time. Noah’s smile and wave hello when I went to the mail box was always a pleasure. May you find peace in your heart.

  17. Gail wilson says:

    I know words can’t express my deepest sympathy for all of your family.. Keeping you all in my prayers..

  18. Christa Matukaitis says:

    Cindy, My thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. I am keeping you in my thoughts, and I hope that you find peace.

  19. rick and lisa demers says:

    Alan, no words can express tge deepest sorrow, we cant even imagine what you are goung thru. no parent shoukd ever have to go thru this. we love you and send lots of prayers, love, and our condolences to you and the family. we are here for you for what ever you may need even a shoulder to cry on. just remember you are never alone. luke and noah will be with you every day for the rest of your life and in eternity. have faith, just believe and with strength and love you will one day get thru this. but you will never forget.
    love you cousin
    rick and lisa demers
    pepperell, ma

  20. Susan Mazzola says:

    My deepest sympathy for the loss of Noah. Thoughts and prayers.

  21. Carl Moore says:

    Alan I’m so sorry for your loss my thoughts and prayers go out to all of Noah’s family !!!

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