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Robert Noble

Robert Malcolm "Bob" Noble

Friday, September 14th, 1945 - Monday, June 22nd, 2020
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Robert M. Noble “Bob” was called to Heaven on June 22, 2020. His final days included Father’s Day and his 54th Wedding Anniversary, spent surrounded by his family and friends. It was such an honor to serve him and fill him with love and laughter in his last days.

Bob was born September 14, 1945 in Columbus, Ohio to Charles and Audrey Noble. He grew up in Norfolk, Virginia. He accomplished anything he set his mind to exceptionally. After attending Granby High School, he served in the United States Air Force. He married Barbara Bahney Noble. They raised a son, Robert, and a daughter, Amanda in Virginia Beach, VA.

He retired from International Longshoremen Association after 35 years. In 2006, He and his wife relocated to Southern California where they built a home next to their daughter, Amanda and her husband George, enjoying holidays, many family trips, while watching their three beautiful grandchildren grow up. He enjoyed playing tennis in his younger years, he was an avid lover of all sports Nascar, the Dodgers, and the Chargers, to name a few. He loved his weekly poker night and was a collector of trains. He was known for his infectious smile, hug or handshake, and eye for detail.

Bob is reunited with his Son, Robert M Noble, Jr, his Father, Charles and Mother, Audrey Noble. He is survived by his loving wife of 54 years, Barbara; treasured daughter Amanda and her husband, George Wasenius, of Madison, AL. He has two beautiful granddaughters, Analeise Ensa and Ainsleigh Ella Wasenius and his adored grandson, Robert Noble Wasenius. Beloved sisters Joan Noble and Judy and her husband, Leslie Share, of Norfolk, VA. He leaves behind Sisters-in-Love, Janette and her husband, Don Bodigheimer of North Carolina, Lois and her husband, Jesse Austin of Norfolk, VA, and Sharon Weitzel of Virginia Beach. He has many nephews and nieces who loved and laughed with him, along with cousins he grew up with who hold dear treasured memories of fun moments together. To know Bob was to love Bob; you left Bob smiling bigger and enjoying life a little more.

A funeral service will be held on Monday, June 29th at Murrieta Valley Funeral Home. Viewing from 1-2, Service from 2-4pm. 24651 Washington Ave. Murrieta, CA 92562
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JW

Johnnie wilson

Posted at 03:22pm
Noble was loyal friend he will be missed
SW

Sharon Weitzel

Posted at 10:37pm
Remember the time you went to North Carolina with us? Instead of pulling the weeds you pulled up all the peanut plants and Uncle James made Barbara go back and re-plant them? Those rows were a mile long too! And we teased you and Barbara - "kissing by the pig-pen"! Tell Uncle James and Aunt Mary Jane hello for us.
Remember when Wayne Jones lived with us and you would pick him up to take him to work in that old car of yours? He'd have his head hanging out the window because of the exhaust fumes coming up through the floor board. I think that may have been your first car.
Remember when you asked Dad for Barbara's hand in marriage? Tell Dad we miss him.
Remember going over the mom's and playing poker with Uncle Al and Aunt Florence when they came to visit from Jersey? It was so aggravating because they always WON! Tell them ALL we love them.
Remember driving all of us up to see Dad in Dumpfries in that hot rod? I think it was a Challenger - baby blue.
Remember moving Grannie from Buck's to Mom's back to Buck's back to Mom's? So many times I forgot the count? Mable, Roger, and the lamp! Tell Grannie, Buck and Mable hello.
Remember the "Whoot Whoot" game Dad would play with the TV? You could imitate him to a tee! And boy would we laugh!
That's what I will remember the most - your smile and your laugh. Even when it was inappropriate at times, or some didn't see the funny, we did and we'd laugh. I think the majority of our time together was laughing. We love to laugh!
Now, I see you laughing again. You have gone to our eternal home where there is no pain or sorrow; and where your faith is now sight. You have looked into the face of Jesus therefore you have seen the face of God! How amazing!
Oh my, what a glorious day that will be; when we all get to Heaven we will sing and shout the victory! For me, when that time comes, I hope to see that big ole' smiling face of yours hollering, "Bertha, Bertha, Whoot-Whoot!"
Until that day my brother, watch over us down here!
JB

Janette and Don Boedigheimer

Posted at 08:20pm
My first brother in law who always treated me as a sister. Growing up he was a big influence in my life....showing love, laughter, and unconditional love. His smiles, laughter, and being a mischievous instigator...will be so missed by all.
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