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Clark Noble Jr. (April 07, 1939 – October 30, 2023)

Clark Noble Jr. (April 07, 1939 – October 30, 2023)

***Visitation will be (1) hour prior to service at 10:00am on Saturday November 11th, 2023***
Service Date:  Saturday,  November 11th,  2023
Service Time:  11:00 am
Service Location:  Refreshing Springs Primitive Baptist Church, 291 Deise St., Oviedo, FL. 32765
Elder Johnny E. Walker, Pastor
Please email all resolutions to Golden’s Funeral Home Inc.,  before 2:00 pm on Friday



APRIL 7, 1939 – OCTOBER 30, 2023

Clark was born on April 7, 1939 in Oviedo, Florida to the late Clark Noble, Sr. and Alease Vinson Noble. 

Clark dedicated his life to Christ at an early age at Antioch Missionary Baptist Church in Oviedo, Florida. 

As a youth Clark was very athletic, he would often swim across Round Lake, Long Lake and Lake Charm with ease. He also loved baseball; his skills caught the eyes of “Negro League Baseball” scouts who came to watch him play.

During his early years Clark attended Seminole County Public Schools.  He furthered his education by attaining a Bachelor’s degree from Troy State University, while in the military. 

He met the love of his life, Anita Hauck Noble in 1965, during his military tour in Germany. During his time there he learned to speak fluent German. Clark and Anita became inseparable and married in 1966; and were married for over 57 years.  To this union one child was born: Gary Clark Noble.

Clark retired from the United States Army after over 20+ years of service to his country. After retiring from the military, he started a new career as a Correction Officer in Georgia. Upon relocating back home to Oviedo he worked as a Probation Officer for Orange County Government.  He retired a second time from Orange County after many years of Service.  

Clark loved exercising; he often walked throughout the community and would hold lengthy conversations with neighbors along the way. He was also an avid reader and enjoyed politics and political issues.

He had a deep source of wisdom and knowledge and loved mentoring family, friends and others that he became connected with in the community and abroad. 

Clark’s greatest joy was spending precious quality time with his family.

God sent an angel to lead Clark Noble, Jr. home on October 30, 2023.

Clark was preceded in death by his WIFE: Anita Hauck Noble; PARENTS:  Clark Noble, Sr. and Alease Vinson Noble; Brothers: Clifford Noble, Sylvester Noble, Darnell Noble and Joseph Noble

He leaves to cherish his memories:  SON:  Gary Clark Noble; BROTHER; Alphonzo Noble; GRANDCHILDREN: Noel Noble, Portia Noble, Garrett Noble, Gunter Brundidge, Guy Brundidge, Tatiana Noble, Gary Noble Jr; GREAT-GRAND: A, Sheonna Jett; GREAT-GREAT GRAND: Kayden Morris; SISTER IN-LAW: Helga Hauck Vokel (Horst); and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, family, and friends.




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