Edward Noble Obituary (1924 - 2010) - Bakersfield, CA - Bakersfield Californian
Edward J. Noble
1924 - 2010
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Edward J. Noble August 11, 1924 - July 12, 2010 Edward Noble was born in Shreveport, LA on August 11, 1924 and passed away in Bakersfield, CA on July 12, 2010. Edward was a WWII Vet in the United States Army and served his country proudly. Edward was in the oil business for over 60 years and owned and operated Thermo Steam Service, Inc. for 40 years. He enjoyed going fishing in Northern California for Salmon and was a long time member of the Bakersfield Model A Ford club. Edward is survived by his daughter, Elaine Martinez; son and daughter- in-law, Ken and Deborah Noble; grandchildren, Manuel Martinez, and Elizabeth Allday; and great-grandson, Scott Allday. Chapel service will be held Saturday, July 17, 2010 at 10:00 a.m. at Greenlawn Southwest Memorial Chapel, 2739 Panama Lane. No visitation is scheduled. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Salvation Army. Greenlawn Southwest Mortuary www.bakersfield.com/obits

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Published in Bakersfield Californian on Jul. 15, 2010.
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July 22, 2010
I was deeply saddened to hear of the passing of my Great-Uncle Ed. He was an amazing person. Gruff, but so very, very kind-hearted and generous. He was also quite a character! My grandmother, Ed's older sister, lived in Shreveport, but he visited her several times a year, by car, even coming in poor health. They talked several times a week, and he was so devoted to her. It was a special thing to witness. I last saw him when he drove from Bakersfield to Shreveport this April for her funeral. He treated the whole family to breakfast and was entertaining, as always, even in his sadness. He will be truly missed.
Suzanne Miller
July 21, 2010
My Uncle Ed was a special man, uncle , and brother to my mother, Mildred Noble Cotten. He visited her often, looked out for her, and they loved exchanging tall tales. I will always appreciate his devotion to her. She passed away just three months ago.
I will miss him along with her. They were the last of that generation.
Love to all the family members out in
CA.
Martha C (Ellie) Avegno
July 21, 2010
We have known Ed Noble for over 30 years. He has always been a good friend to us. I fished with Ed for many years and had many great days of fishing aboard both his boats: Rosa Mae 1 and Rosa Mae 2. He was also a very generous and kind man to me and my family. We will miss him. Our deepest condolences to Ken and the rest of Ed's family.

Larry and Sara Souhrada and family
July 20, 2010
I also send my deepest condolences to Ed's son, Kenny. My father, Doyle, lived next to Ed for many years. Ed was always there for my father when he needed him. My father and I enjoyed listening to Ed's many adventures. He was an amazing man.
Kristi Ryan Adams
July 17, 2010
July 17, 2010

We have known Ed for quite a few years through the Bakersfield Model A Ford Club. He was a generous man and we are sorry to hear of his passing. We send our love to Kenny.

Sincerely, Hoit and Shirley Todd
Sincer
July 16, 2010
I send my deepest condolences to Ed's son, Kenny. Ed was a dear, devoted nextdoor neighbor to my father for many years. He was extremely generous to my father, frequently supplying him with his incredibly prepared salmon. The two often shared military stories, as well as perspectives on life. Ed was a gentle giant, who exuded love and tremendous compassion for others. His memorable footprint will always be etched in my heart.
With love and blessings,
Vicki Ryan Morris
Vicki Ryan Morris
July 16, 2010
Will miss fishing with Mr. Ed. He was a good friend and very generous gentleman.

Bill & Margaret Morris
July 16, 2010
Ed was a true gentleman and a very dear man. I was lucky to have known him. I was sorry to hear of his passing. God bless Ed !
Sandy Clerou
July 15, 2010
E.J. was a great man as well as one from the "Greatest Generation".
E.J. was a man of vision and one to look into the future.

My greatest and heartfelt condolences go out to the family.

John Baird
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