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James D. Noltner Obituary
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October 22, 2018

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March 2, 2018
Mr. Noltner was a great teacher. Really enjoyed attending his classes. My Deepest Sympathies.
March 1, 2018
While I never had Mr. Noltner as a classroom teacher, I had the opportunity to have him as my cross country coach for four years. Mr. Noltner's positive attitude and encouragement inspired all of his runners to do their best, regardless of their abilities. Mr. Noltner made a tedious sport fun, not an easy thing to do. I am truly thankful for all of the life lessons that I learned from Mr. Noltner.

Ken Warren
Class of '66
March 1, 2018
Mr. Noltner was a fantastic teacher. He was a wonderful man and mentor. My thoughts and
prayers to his family and loved ones.
God Bless You All♡

Penny "ALLEN" Waranka
Class '66
March 1, 2018
Those of us who attended HHS in the 60's remember Mr. Noltner with great fondness both as a science teacher and a coach. Many of us enjoyed seeing him more recently mostly at the annual football golf outing. He was a kind, intelligent man - greatly respected. He genuinely cared about us and we, in turn, cared about him.