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Thomas B. Noble

GARVIN, OK: Thomas B. Noble, 76, of Garvin, Oklahoma (formerly Chillicothe, Ohio), passed away March 22, 2014 after an extended illness. Tom passed away peacefully at his home surrounded by his wife, son Jon, daughter-in-law Gail, and granddaughter Nikki.

Surviving are his wife, Penny; children Jon (Gail) Noble, Roberta (Mike) Henson, Brad (Sue) Noble and Bill Noble; 13 grandkids, nine great-grandkids, and members of his second family - Don Strausbaugh, Jeff Dreher, Tim Dreher, Eddie Dreher, Hope (Donald) Williamson and Joy (Roger) Mulliken.

Tom was predeceased by a daughter, Tracey M. Noble; members of his second family - Jack and Steve Dreher; his faithful dog Frannie and his roping hoss T.C.

Tom graduated from Chillicothe High School in 1956. He retired from the Ross County Sheriff's Department where he was a Reserve Deputy as well as from Chilpaco Paper Mill where he was a millwright. Tom was a HAM radio operator for 30 years. He raised Texas Longhorn Cattle and was instrumental to their success in Southern Ohio. After his retirement, he went on to work for several Texas Longhorn breeders as a ranch hand. Tom spent much of his life calf roping and team roping; his true love was being a cowboy. His life-long dream became a reality four years ago when he moved to Oklahoma. He always said Oklahoma was his home and his dream was to one day live there.

Tom had given his life to the Lord and he was a member of the Waterin' Hole Cowboy Church of Garvin, Oklahoma.

Funeral arrangements will be handled by Bunch-Singleton Funeral Home in Broken Bow, Oklahoma. An account has been set up to assist the family with funeral expenses. Donations can be made to any branch of the Homeland Credit Union to the Roberta Henson/Thomas Noble account.
Published in the Chillicothe Gazette on Mar. 25, 2014
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