DONALD ROY NOBLE
Don was born July 26, 1950 in Taber Alberta and passed away in Trail, BC on July 6, 2016.
Don grew up on a farm in Taber and graduated from Taber High School. He attended Olds College where he met Louise and they began their wonderful life together.
Survived by wife Louise, sons; Dean (Miechelle) and Ryan, Honorary Son Jason Poitras (Christi) Grandchildren; Justine, Kassidy, Kyle and Sean. Honorary Grandchildren Garret, Natalie, Phoenix, Mother Louise Calgary, Brothers; Bob (Nora), Alan (Laura). Sisters; Connie Taylor (George) and Shirley McGuffin.
Numerous nieces and nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins and Louise’s family members. He was also friends to many far and wide.
Predeceased by father Donald and niece Candy Taylor.
Don worked at Weyerhauser from 1993 – closure and most recently he worked for Striker Industries Grand Forks and Cobalt Industries Prince George. He also spent 9 years working in Quesnel, BC. He was a certified millwright and took his training at NAIT while working in Grande Prairie at Canfor.
Don liked to travel (62 Countries) woodworking, the outdoors especially fishing, and was a long time Fan of the Penticton Vees. He was in Humbolt, SK when they won the RBC cup.
Charities: Heart and Stroke, Salvation Army and Charity of Choice.
Celebration of Life:
Place: The Salvation Army, 2469 South Main Street, Penticton BC
Date: July 15
Time: 1:30 PM
Please join us for lunch following the service.