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MSgt. (Ret) Michael D. Noble, US Army, age 53, devoted father and soldier, died Tuesday, March 16, 2010, at his home in Carlisle. He was born on Friday, June 29, 1956, in Macon, GA, and was a son of the late Velma L. (Wilks) Noble.

Master Sergeant Noble served his country honorably and loved the United States Army with all his heart and soul. Michael entered the service in 1974 and retired in 1998. He served as a Military Policeman and was awarded many honors and medals during his service. After retirement, Michael worked part-time with the Naval Ships Parts Control Center in Mechanicsburg.

He is survived by his loving daughter, Susan Ann Noble of Jackson, Miss. and one brother, James F. Noble of Florida.

Graveside services with military honors will be held at 11 a.m. on Wednesday, March 31, 2010, at Indiantown Gap National Cemetery, Annville. Ewing Brothers Funeral Home, Carlisle, is in charge of arrangements.

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I loved and respected my father so much.  The Lord is helping me through this hard time.  I will always remember the good times I had with my Dad.  And to my dad:  I will always be your "good egg" and everytime I watch our favorite movie, "Braveheart"  I will think of you.  I Love you... and pray you are at peace.

Your Loving Daughter.
Mike and I worked together at the Plaza Mall, when he was the Security Manager and I was the asst. Maintenance Manager.  He will be missed. He was a good friend and fellow service member.  May God Bless Him.  Rest in Peace Brother!

Tom Doyle of Newville, PA
Mike was my platoon sergeant upon my re-entry into the Army in 1989. I remember him as a kind, sensible, and fair man who gave me a break when I needed it. I have always looked back upon him with fondness and had just thought of him the other day calling me "Hollywood" when he saw me in civilian clothes one day with some sun-glasses propped on the top of my head! Sorry to hear he has passed, and to learn that I had lived so close to him and never got a chance to re-connect with him.
Rest in peace...

Kevin L. Koons
 Michael was my Platoon Sgt in 1990 assigned to the 6th MP Company. He called me Gator as I was from Florida. Michael taught me leadership and was my mentor. The world lost a great man.
Paul Guyton

Mike I thought of you over the years.  I am so sad.  I miss you so much.  Miss you coming over to the house when you lived in macon.  you had a nice smile.  my heart is so broken.

Beth Dunn

This reflection is very late as I have just learned of Mike's passing. I had the opportunity to serve with Mike in Panama from 1977-79. He was a sergeant and squad leader. Mike's leadership was evident and he stood out among the other NCO's. The main thing about him is that he would stand by you and back you. I left the army and am now a retired police officer. The supervisors I had in this field could not holda candle to Mike. YOU ARE THE BEST

Mike Amderson

Dad, I miss you... I am at work right now and googled your name and sure enough your obituary pops up:(. Your birthday is coming up and you been heavy on my heart the past few days. I hope that I make you proud of me. I love you.

Susan Noble

 I also have just found out about Mike's passing. I am very saddened to hear this. I was stationed with Mike as an MP in the Canal Zone. He was a top notch soldier and I was proud to call him my friend. RIP MSgt!
Tom Hermansader. Jr

 I was just informed of Michael's passing. Even though I haven't had any contact with him in many years I still remember and think of him fondly. I served in Panama with him, Mike Anderson, & Tom Hermansader in 1979. His professionalism as an NCO made a lasting impression upon me even after all of these years. RIP. (534th MP Co. STRAF)

MSG (Ret) John S. Sporrer

Mr. Noble, there is not a year that passes that my family and I don't think of you. We pray that you are at peace. We will always do my best to honour your request of us - where it can't be fulfilled physically, it is sent up in thoughts and prayers.

~ so much Love and Light

Hardy Forbes family 
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