Services for Robert Thomas "Bobby" Noble, 74, of Temple, are going to be held at 1:00p.m. on Saturday, July 1, 2023 at Bellwood Cemetery.
Mr. Robert Thomas Noble died on Wednesday, May 17, 2023 at his home.
Robert Thomas "Bobby" Noble was born on June 22, 1948 to Mr. Dudley Noble and Jo Bob (Copeland) Noble in Temple, Tx. Growing up the youngest of two boys had the most love for his mother. He attended Travis Middle School and Temple High School. Mr. Noble enlisted into the U.S. Army during the Vietnam Era stationed in Mekong Valley and received two purple hearts and a silver star medal. At the age of 18 he was combat promoted into leadership which his humor, and caring nature brought most of his men home. Shortly after returning home he became a father. Followed by his civilian career working for Wilsonart till he started his own Truck Driving Company. Touring across America and Canada he came back to Texas where he started working at Texas Department of Criminal Justice. In 2008 being the year of internet dating; he met Janis Lucille Henry and married her in 2012. Mr. Noble was a raised Baptist by faith. His hobbies included; singing his three favorite songs during Karaoke, playing computer games, camping, and collecting coins. He spent his time at the VFW Post 4008 as a bingo manager, fixing classic cars, and winning awards for his BBQ noteworthy ribs. If you seen him at the VFW you would right away have spotted him in his Grunt Style Shirt and being the life of the party. Many would have said he was a lady's man who loved to make everyone smile. His smile will be remembered by us all.
He is preceded in death by his loving parents; and a brother, Billie Blair Noble.
Survivors include his wife of 12 years, Janis Lucille Noble; fiv daughters, Crystal Cupit and husband Joseph, Jennifer Wilkerson and husband Jerry, Jennifer Beth Noble, Misty Noble, Sarah Marshall, Jessica Ann Wilkerson; seventeen grandchildren and four great grandchildren.
In Lieu of Flowers please make a memorial donation to the VFW disaster fund in your area to support other veterans in need.
A special thank you to VFW Post 4008 for all the love, support and prayers during this time. We know you all are family and cant tell you how much we appreciate you.
Arrangements are in the care of Young's Daughters Funeral Home in Temple.