December 27, 1967 ~ February 20, 2023
Bill Nobles, 55, of Bonne Terre, passed away February 20, 2023, at his home surrounded by the ones who loved him. He was born December 27, 1967, in St. Louis to the late William Henry Nobles and Janet (Spradling) Allgeyer. Bill was a member of the Oak Bridge Community Church in Arnold. He was a huge St. Louis Blues Hockey fan and coached hockey for all age groups for 20 years. Bill was a senior master mechanic technician for Ford Motor Company for more than 20 years and had been an apprentice in the trade since childhood. In Bill’s free time, he liked to hunt deer and turkey, go to the gym and vacation anywhere that included a beach. He was a family oriented man and will be missed by all who knew him.
He was preceded in death by his parents; first wife, Brenda Nobles and one sister, Tammy Zahri.
Bill is survived by his wife he dearly loved, Stephanie (Coleman) Nobles; children, William “Billy” Nobles, II and wife Jacqueline, Timothy Nobles and wife Cassie, Joseph Nobles, Morgan Nobles, Kerstyn Boyer and Ashton Lang; grandchildren, Gabriel Nobles, Jacob Nobles, Jameson Nobles, Nichole McClain and Gracyn Hodson; siblings, Christina Hardy and husband Luke and Jay Nobles and wife Julie; step-sister, Faye Anderson; mother in-law, Pamela Kearns and husband James; sister in-law, Cindy Wampler and husband Mike; brother in-law, Eric Coleman and wife Cassi; nieces, nephews, other family members and friends also survive.
A memorial visitation will be held at C.Z. Boyer and Son Funeral Home in Desloge, Thursday, February 23, 2023, from 9:30 AM until the time of service at 12:00 PM. Pastor Tom Noblitt will be officiating. Memorials may be directed to the Oak Bridge Community Church 1989 Richardson Rd. Arnold, MO 63010, in honor of Bill’s memory.
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Bill was a fantastic role model and brother in Christ. His love for his wife and family was breathtaking. I will miss you my friend I know you are no longer in pain and celebrating your Eternal reward.
I’m glad we got together when you were close to my office Bill. We knew each other for the better part of 50 years. We shared a lot of those late night chats when one of our lives seemed to be in peril, but you were the master rebuilder of life. I sure enjoyed watching the life you built with Stephanie and all of the kids. You departed in genuine faith and left no worries for those behind. God Bless those that loved Billy.
There some people that are truly a gift to this so called thing they call humanity. Your smile. Your earth & soul were an uplifting spirit we were blessed with. Like your beautiful late wife, Brenda : you left us far too soon. May we celebrate your smile & rejoice in your reunion with Brenda & find comfort in your pain free peace. It was an honor to call you friend. The special place you will have in the memories of so many. A tear accompanied by a smile, because thinking of you are two if the same with those legendary dimples. I can see you racing Paul Walker in a mustang in the sky ! All our love & sympathy to your amazing family & to those that considered you part of their own their family. You showed genuine strength & honor until the end.
With deepest condolences,
MR & Mrs Vern & Susie Thomas
You and your family have my condolences Ashton. I am so sorry for your loss.
Bus 27 Driver,
Bill, I'm so thinking for I talked to you in January. Your family is in my thoughts and prayers. RIP Ole friend
Nobles family, we were so sad to hear the news of Bills passing. Bill was a master of all ! His knowledge for all things Ford was not only amazing but impressive to say the least ! His abilities to do just about anything never ceased to amaze me ! I remember his kind words when my husband was so sick and how he reached out to me and our son.Blessed to have known such a special person. I pray for peace and healing for your beautiful family and all the friends whose life’s you have touched .
My thoughts a s prayers are going out Billy Sr family , as they grieve there loss.
I worked with Bill for a few years at the Ford dealership. He was the most gracious, nice, and the happiest person. I am so sad that I just am now learning of his passing. I am beyond grateful to have known him and call him a friend, and I will miss his smile. God bless to his family and prayers for their healing.