Karen Noble
Noble, Karen
Karen Elizabeth Noble, 68, passed away on 6/19/19 after a courageous battle with cancer. She was married to her beloved William Dean Noble for 33 years and cared for him until his death from cancer in 2003. Karen was born in Highpoint, North Carolina. A 1970 graduate of Westerville High School, Karen worked in the area of accounting and payroll until she retired from Thirty-One Gifts in 2015. Karen was preceded in death by her mother Harry Mildred Comery and her father Thomas D. Comery Sr. Karen is survived by her loving children, Andrew Joseph Noble, Emily Beth Leathley (Bryan), Erin Comery Deetz (Brandon); and her faithful siblings, William Michael Comery (Bonnie), Donna Rose Comery Crosby, Thomas D. Comery (Sydney) and Cynthia Bruce Comery Harris (Jeffrey). Karen's grandchildren Grace and Allyson Leathley and Dylann and Braxton Deetz were the treasures of her heart! Karen's infectious sense of humor and laughter endeared her to many leaving countless friends with wonderful memories. Karen loved to travel, play mahjong and spend hours creating treasured keepsakes from her love of scrapbooking. A private family service will be held on Sun., June 30, followed by a Celebration of Life open house beginning at 4PM at Vine and Tap in Dublin, Ohio. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in Karen's name to Hospice of Central Ohio.
Published by The Columbus Dispatch from Jun. 21 to Jun. 22, 2019.
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My sweet sister Karen. Affable, loving, dedicated and industrious from beginning to end. She was immediately friendly, congenial and easy to lord time with. She loved her kids, their kids and her sisters, brothers and friends to pieces. And she remained madly in love with her husband, Bill, long after his passing and until the very end. She was all-in dedicated to all the above, and always. And, she never not worked, which wasn't easy given her circumstance. She kept good jobs and always had an avocation which could generate an income but fulfilled something inside her- from candles in the very early days to beauty products to more recently scrap-booking. I admire her for all these qualities and while I will miss her, I will try not to mourn her passing. I will try to celebrate her life and the fact that she is reunited with Bill, Mom and others she has lost. I love you my sweet sister Kar-e-on.
Tom Comery
June 24, 2019
Thoughts and Prayers go out to Karens Family. I got to know her through Marcia. We had many great Mah Jongg nights together!!!
Thinking of you She will be missed!!!
Buffie Kramer
June 22, 2019
My condolences Erin Deetz!! Prayers to you and you family!!!
Janice Lab
June 22, 2019
I am so sorry. May your hearts be comforted with cherished memories. Love Tina
Tina Noble Douglas
June 22, 2019
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