Noel Cordial, 67, husband of Grace Morris Cordial died on Friday, May 13, 2022. A funeral Mass will be held in the Historic St. Peter's Church on Thursday, May 19, 2022 at 10:30 AM.\nNoel died in the arms of his wife of 44 years in the home on Lady's Island that he built with his own two hands while listening to the Chieftains.\nNoel was born on December 27, 1954 in a row house on the High Street in Birr, County Offaly, Ireland to Edward ("Ned") Cordial and his wife, Eileen Tierney Cordial. He was educated by the Presentation Brothers in his hometown and at Atlantic College in Dublin. With his Radio Officer credential he traversed the world's oceans visiting 5 continents as a member of the deep water merchant marine. He immigrated to the United States and settled in South Carolina upon his marriage in 1978. The couple relocated the Lowcountry in the early 1980s. He founded Brosna Video Service in 1983. He owned and operated Ned's Pub in Ridgeland for 30 years before declining health forced his retirement. He was most content when bush hogging his property in Tillman.\nHe was a member of the Knights of Columbus, Council 631 of Savannah, Ga and the Fraternal Order of Eagles.\nHe was ever brave and stalwart in the face of his many medical challenges. He joined 5 or 6 (we lost count) clinical studies in hope that the results would be of medical benefit to himself and others. He never regretted for a moment participating in any of them.\nSurvivors include his wife; daughter Maura Cordial, her husband Evan Wong and their son of Sydney, Australia; son Lt. Cmdr. Brendan Cordial (US Navy), his wife Sarah and their seven children of South Bend, IN; daughter Kate Cordial Whitehead, her husband Ben and their two sons of Alexandria, VA; and Capt. Ciaran Cordial (US Army) of Augusta, GA. \nSurvivors in Ireland include his sisters, Mary C. Grimes; Anne C. Sullivan (Joe); Phyllis C. McGarry (Christy); and Eileen C. Casey (John); a brother, Michael Cordial; 9 nephews; 2 nieces; and cousin Vinny Cordial.\nThe family suggests donations be made in Noel's memory to the Medical University of South Carolina's Hollings Cancer Center Hematology unit (fundraise.musc.edu/give) to support blood cancers research.