Judson (Judy) D. Noble 8/19/1929 – 8/31/2012 born in Meansville and died in Senoia .
After growing up during the Great Depression, she attended art school from 1946-1947, and became a WW II bride marrying Dexter Ron Noble Sr in 1949 nearing the end of a second American depression. At the end of the following year the couple had their first child and subsequently had 5 more with their last in 1969. She lived a full and productive life raising six children. Our society often overlooks the value a mother contributes when she successfully raises six children to be strong, productive, members of society.
The following are a few of these contributions. Her patriotic home saw one son serve honorably in Vietnam and another serve military service during the 1980’s discharging as a captain. She was an active member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints since joining in 1950. She served her church in a variety of leadership roles over a span of 50 years and supported her husband while undertaking his role as a bishop in the early formation of the church in the Atlanta area. We can only guess at the number of lives she positively effected in her unpaid capacity as a church worker even raising a son who served as an unpaid missionary to Canada for her church. However it was her ability to juggle as fulltime mom, fulltime worker, and part-time church worker in which she dedicated her life so unselfishly to her children, spouse, and others which she will most likely be remembered for. Always striving to provide a better life for her family she attended technical college, graduated, started a new career in dental technology, and eventually worked and retired from the Fulton County Juvenile Court system after serving competently and effectively for 10 years.
In Genesis Chapter 22:17 & 18 We read how God blessed Abraham “I will multiply thy seed as the stars of the heaven” and “in thy seed shall all the nations of the Earth be blessed”. Indeed, looking at our matriarch’s 6 children, 15 grandchildren, & already a multitude of great grandchildren and counting we can see how through patriarchs like Abraham, and matriarchs such as Judy, God is able to raise up successful righteous nations. Judy’s children and grandchildren are good mothers raising more good children, good fathers, teachers, pharmacists, doctors, nurses, businessmen, businesswomen, students, volunteers, and above all good people raising more good people. Your offspring to be as numerous “as stars of the heaven” will remember and miss you.
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