OBITUARY

Albert Charles Nohsey

September 30, 1941February 7, 2019

Albert Charles Nohsey, age 77, of Arlington, Tennessee passed away peacefully on Thursday February 7, 2019. Albert was born September 30, 1941. Al was an electrician and U.S. Navy Veteran.

He leaves behind his wife of 53 years, Sherry Nohsey; Two Sons, Albert "Tad" Charles Noshey III (Amanda Michele) and David Nohsey; One Daughter Beth Holland (Jason); Two brothers, Harry Edward Nohsey (Cecilia) and James Graham Nohsey; Two grandchildren, Jonathon Holland and Lillian Nohsey.

A visitation for Albert will be held Saturday, February 9, 2019 from 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM at Memphis Funeral Home and Memorial Gardens, 3700 North Germantown Parkway, Bartlett, TN 38133. A funeral service will follow on Saturday, February 9, 2019 at 10:00 AM.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.MemphisFuneralGermantownParkway.com for the Nohsey family.

  • FAMILY

  • Sherry Nohsey, Wife
  • Albert "Tad" Charles Noshey III (Amanda Michele), Son
  • David Nohsey, Brother
  • Beth Holland (Jason), Daughter
  • Harry Edward Nohsey (Cecilia), Brother
  • James Graham Nohsey, Brother
  • Jonathon Holland, Grandchild
  • Lillian Nohsey, Grandchild

Services

21 February

Committal Service

11:00 am

West Tennessee Veterans Cemetery

4000 Forest Hill Irene Road
Memphis, Tennessee

PREVIOUS SERVICES:

  • Visitation Saturday, February 9, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, February 9, 2019
REMEMBERING

Albert Charles Nohsey

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Marvin Holdsenback

February 9, 2019

Just an all round Good Guy, friend & working pardner.


Jason Holland

February 8, 2019

I am proud to share the story of the photograph on this memorial. One of the things that Al enjoyed doing before he was injured was fishing out of his Jon boat. I heard many stories of fishing with his friends in the lakes around Memphis. After his injury, he and Sherry were visiting Beth, Jonathan, and myself in Abilene Texas. The conversation got around to fishing and I could sense that Al would like to give it a try. We could not use a boat or walk in a place that was too uneven due to Al's injury but I knew of a spot on Lake Fort Phantom where we could fish from the bank without too much difficulty. The fishing conditions weren't very good but I could tell that he was enjoying very much just casting, reeling, and anticipating. Finally, after changing lures a couple of times, a bass hit a little spinner bait and Al reeled it in. When I grabbed the fish and picked it up, I yelled "THAT'S WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT!" Al responded with his own whoop of approval.

I will miss Al tremendously and I will cherish this memory and many others like it.

Lisa Engel

February 8, 2019

I remember moving into Sears dorm at Harding University and Mr. Nohsey laughing at all the stuff Beth and I brought in our car/truck/van. It all fit into our little room. He looked around, shook his head, and said, "I wouldn't have believed it if I hadn't seen it for myself."

Mr. Nohsey was such a patient, kind, and funny man. I'm honored to have known him and the whole Nohsey family. Praying for peace for you all.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY