David Noble Obituary, Death – On December 16, 2023, the Markdale community mourned the loss of a beloved member, David Allan Noble, who peacefully passed away in his 61st year, surrounded by family and loved ones. Born on February 25, 1963, to Mabel and Frank Noble, David’s life was deeply intertwined with the Markdale area, where he attended school at Palmerston Mid-Western Regional Center and later returned to live.
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For the past 40 years, South East Grey Support Services (SEGSS) played a pivotal role in David’s life, providing him with opportunities and personal connections. Known affectionately as “Cowboy Dave,” he became a well-known and cherished member of the community. His love for animals led him to spend enjoyable moments at Rein in Equine Wellness Centre, refining his riding skills.
Family was a cornerstone of David’s life, and he cherished moments spent during summer vacations at family cottages on Bell’s Lake and at Hope Bay. Whether swimming, fishing, enjoying campfires, or sipping morning coffee by the lake, David created lasting memories with his infectious smile, enthusiastic greetings, and playful spirit.
Despite being a man of few words, David effectively communicated his desires and wishes. On car rides, he eagerly pointed out where to find a good cup of coffee or add to his growing collection of cowboy hats. David is survived by his brother Bill Noble, nephew Chris Noble and family, and niece Susanne Noble, along with her daughter Daphne. He is also remembered by his sister, Mary Jean Schlenker, and her children, Katelyn and Wesley.
The upcoming celebration of David’s life on January 6th at The Fawcett Funeral Home in Flesherton will offer an opportunity for the community to come together. Attendees are invited to share memories and gather for refreshments at The Frontier Pavilion, South East Grey Support Services, Flesherton, following the service. Gratitude is extended to Dave’s dedicated team, the “Dream Team,” and the ongoing support from SEGSS. In lieu of flowers, donations in memory of David can be made to South East Grey Support Services, reflecting his lasting impact on the community he held dear.