By: Tiffany Sisson
The insurance wasn't enough to cover everything lost in the tornado, but at 79 Noe thought it pointless to start over. Instead, Noe works hard washing away that painful part of her past. "My binoculars made it. They were muddy. I didn't get all the mud off, but I was so glad that they made it," said Noe.
She's also glad to have saved a basket of shoes, "These Dutch shoes, they came from Holland. My cousin's husband wore those," said Noe. Even a bath chair now has sentimental value, "That was my mothers'. She had Lou Gehrig's disease," said Noe.