On March 25, 2019, William Charles Noble, 76, went to be with his Lord following a long battle with Parkinson's Disease. Memorial Service: 2 p.m. Friday, April 5, at First Baptist Church Arlington. Interment: DFW National Cemetery. Memorials: Memorial gifts may be made to The Michael J. Fox Foundation or American Parkinson Disease Association. Bill was born on July 15, 1942, in Brooklyn, NY. He spent his childhood on Long Island, NY, and graduated Salutatorian from Garden City High School in 1960. He graduated with honors from Pennsylvania State University in 1964, and went on to earn an MBA at Harvard Business School in 1966. Bill served proudly as a Captain in the U.S. Army through 1969 and was awarded the Meritorious Service Medal. On October 28, 1967, Bill married Marjorie Heath, his loving wife of 51 years. They raised a son Scott and two daughters, Kristin and Megan. Bill was a business executive and management consultant with several companies in a variety of industries. Although he was a dedicated business man, he always found time to be involved in his children's lives, coaching their sports teams, being involved in Indian Guides and Princesses, and rarely missing one of their extracurricular activities. He especially enjoyed participating in the Big Brothers program. As a member of First Baptist Church Arlington, he was active in the International Friends organization where he mentored international business students. Bill loved traveling around the world with Margie. He also loved family vacations, gardening, seafood and ice cream. Bill was preceded in death by his parents, Howard and Bertha Noble; and his firstborn son, Kevin Charles Noble. Survivors: Wife Margie; son and daughter-in-law, Scott and Bianca Noble; daughter and son-in-law, Kristin and Stacy Williams; daughter and son-in-law, Megan and Richard Haratine; brother and sister-in-law, Dave and Joy Noble; “little brother”, Michael Moncavage; step mother, Joyce Noble; and his nine grandchildren, Franklin and Savannah Noble, Natalie, Jake and Cole Williams, Elliot, Oliver, Isaac, and Asher Haratine. Wade Family Funeral Home (817) 274-9233

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  1. I want to give my deepest condolences for your loss. Losing a loved one is the hardest situation anyone can face, but the bible gives us hope for those we lose in death. Acts 24:15, those who have died can be resurrected to live again. My favorite scripture is Revelation 21:4, mentions that soon God will do away with death, and it will be no more. I hope that you take comfort in these scriptures, and turn to Jehovah God for comfort during this difficult time.

  2. Bill Noble, I will never forget your grit and determination when Margie was dancing with one of your friends. You were really having difficulties with strength, balance, and locked legs. However, nothing would stop you. You soldiered on and cut in on Margie’s dance partner.

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