KANSASVILLE - John Edward (Jack) Noble, 57, of rural Kansasville, passed away April 21, 2013. He was born October 11, 1955 to Robert Eugene and Margaret Elizabeth Noble in Burlington, WI. Jack grew up on the family farm and graduated from Burlington High school in 1974. He worked on the family farm and developed a talent for repairing mechanical and electrical equipment at an early age. He worked at Miller Motors, Franconi and then at Dodge City in Milwaukee where he became a 5 Star Chrysler Mechanic. At the same time he pursued his interests in music and acting. Following a serious operation to control Crohns disease, he began several small businesses which included Reaper Recovery and Towing. Jack was a talented musician and actor and cultivated these interests throughout his life. He was an accomplished lead guitar and saxophone player and played several other instruments. Jack began performing publically while in Middle School as part of the Pine Street Trolley Band, and then performed with numerous other local bands where he developed his well-known Swineman persona. Jack was extremely creative and funny, and enjoyed entertaining others. He received acting lessons in Chicago. During his life Jack was responsible for composing lyrics and music for several Swineman albums. He wrote, directed and filmed four Mr. Dog comedy movies, one of which was recognized in an International Childrens Film Festival in California. Jack was a kind and generous man who was ready to lend a helping hand whenever he saw a need. He provided shelter and help for numerous people and mentored many children, whom he loved dearly. He developed a larger-than-life persona whose absence will be deeply felt by all who knew him. Jack is survived by his mother Margaret Noble, his brother Robert Noble and his sister Judy (Niels) Nielsen; his nephews Ryan (Leah ) Noble, Alan Noble and Erik (Christiane) Nielsen, his niece, Kirsten (Joe) Nielsen and his great nieces and nephew, Hanne, Olivia and Fynn. Jack was preceded in death by his father Robert Noble. Visitation with Jacks family will be held at English Settlement Church on Friday, May 3, 2013 from 10-12 AM. A memorial service will begin at 12 noon and internment will be at the Eagle Creek Cemetery adjacent to the church. Miller-Reesman, Kasuboski, Haas, Dahl Funeral Home 620 15th Avenue, Union Grove, WI 53182 252-878-2500 www.miller-reesman.com
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Miller-Reesman Funeral Home - Union Grove
620 15th Avenue (Hwy 11)
Union Grove, WI 53182
Published in Racine Journal Times on Apr. 28, 2013