Celebrating the life of Freddie L. Noble
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He was preceded in death by his parents; one sister, Hannah Johnson and one brother, James Noble Jr.
Freddie completed his education at Good Sheppard of Conway. He later relocated to Kansas City as a teen. Freddie united in holy matrimony to Janice Taylor and to this union a daughter was born (Susan). That marriage was later dissolved. He later met Shirley Smith of Jena, LA and to this union a Love Child was born (Freddie). He relocated to Los Angeles CA where he resided more than 30 years.
He was employed by the Long Beach Naval Ship Yard for more than 10 years. He later went on to pursue his lifelong dream of purchasing his own big RIG, and became an over the road truck driver. He retired from the trucking industry and moved back to Arkansas to be with his family. He loved having a good time and enjoyed life to the fullest.
He attended Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist church of Conway. He attended church faithfully and one thing is for sure he knew and loved the Lord.
He is survived by one son, Freddie (Akwete) Noble of Houston, TX; one daughter, Susan Noble of Kansas City, MO; five grandchildren, Derriesha (Kevin) Woods and DeAngelo Woods, both of Kansas City, MO; Shanetra Harris of Louisiana; Christianna Noble and Cayman Noble, both of Houston, TX; two great grandchildren, D'mya Woods and Kendell Woods, both of Kansas City, MO; Five brothers, Calvin (Tammy) of Conway, AR; Royce (Melva) McCuien, Howard (Beverly) McCuien ,Donnie McCuien, and Leon McCuien, all of Little Rock, AR; four sisters, Lillie Martin of Chicago, IL; Vernua Hanrahan of Memphis, TN, Louise (Charles) Morris of Conway, AR and Lisa (Ron) Harris of Little Rock, AR.
Funeral services will be held 10:00 am, Saturday, August 13, 2016 at Pleasant Hill Missionary Baptist Church, 38 Hill Loop Road, Houston, AR. Interment Palarm Cemetery in Mayflower, AR.
Services entrusted to Larry G. Acklin Funeral Home, 910 Walnut Street, Conway, AR. "IN YOUR TIME OF NEED....WE CARE."
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38 Hill Loop
Houston, AR 72070
White City Road
Mayflower, AR 72106