OBITUARY

Marilyn Kay Noll

September 24, 1939October 9, 2020
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Mrs. Marilyn Kay Noll, age 81, passed away Friday afternoon, Oct 9th, 2020 in OKC. She is survived by her husband Don, son Robert & wife Anna, grandchildren Scott, Christopher, and Elaina, sister, Beverly Gray & husband Tony, niece Christie Wood & husband Kevin, nephew Eddie Coleman & wife Linda, nephew Dennis Coleman & wife Julie, niece Jennifer Synder & husband Paul, nephew Jeff Waterman & wife Angie. She was preceded in death by her parents and her sister Diane. She was born in OKC to the late Rose Marie (McCord) & E. Harlan Moss, she attended high school at NW Classen & later Abilene Christian University. One of Marilyn Kay's fondest memories includes riding her horse "Traveler" on her family's ranch in Davis, OK. Sometimes even swimming through water with him, hanging on his tail. Marilyn married her high school sweetheart and love of her life, Don Curtis Noll, on Aug 1, 1959. She worked 27 years at Liberty Bank in downtown OKC. Starting as a page, she advanced to vice-president of the marketing depart. She also enjoyed working several years at M&W Wallpaper in OKC as well as Feed the Children. Don & Marilyn son Robert Curtis Noll was born in 1962. Marilyn always put her family first. She was a devoted wife, loving mother, and dear grandmother to her 3 grandchildren. She was a member of Mayfair Church of Christ and particularly loved her ladies bible class. In addition, she and Don were part of the Wrangler volunteers at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. She had many talents and hobbies, including the ability to “bank start” behind a ski boat. Services will be 10:30am, Monday, Oct 19th at Bill Merritt Memorial Chapel in Bethany, OK with burial following at Memorial Park Cemetery.

Services

  • Visitation

    Saturday, October 17, 2020

  • Visitation

    Sunday, October 18, 2020

  • Funeral Service

    Monday, October 19, 2020

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Jane Anne Mahoney

October 20, 2020

So sad to hear about Marilyn. Such a sweet soul and I will always remember how well she dressed. She was so well put together from head to toe. Everything perfectly coordinated and matched. I loved catching up with her on the rare opportunities I was able to join their Bunco group as a replacement.

Gwen Meador

October 18, 2020

My name is Gwen and I worked with Marilyn at Liberty National Bank. We worked in the Retail Marketing Dept. We would go on marketing calls together. We loved our job and had a lot of fun. We enjoyed our friendship and have been friends since 1984. I now live in Dallas and will not be able to come to Marilyn’s service . My thoughts and prayers are with Don and family. I will miss Marilyn with all my heart. Such a wonderful friend with a big smile . I will remember her always.❤️

Betty Singleton

October 15, 2020

Marilyn was beautiful inside and out! She always looked like a fashion model. Her heart was huge and she shared with everyone. Our Bunco group looked forward to her wonderful sense of humor and her laughter. She will be missed by so many in so many different walks of life. Betty Singleton

Billie Beal

October 15, 2020

Marilyn Kay Noll
September 24, 1939 – October 9, 2020

A friend. A true friend. We met on the square dance floor. I don’t remember how many years ago. Instant buddies, we connected and became close and enjoyed many years of friendship. Our husbands are good friends as well. Don and Ralph shared a love of golf that continues to this day.

Marilyn was a gracious hostess and her talent for decorating their homes was always evident. Guests were always comfortable.

We traveled together and spent vacations together, enjoying not only square dancing, but camping and snow skiing.

Our days of square dancing were a swirl of can-can petticoats, boots and western shirts. Many weekends were spent traveling Oklahoma to join various clubs and dance to their callers.

We were part of a group that spent many winter vacations on the ski slopes in New Mexico and Colorado. Marilyn and I tended to stay near the “Bunny Slopes” and make our way down the mountain to warm in the lodge with a hot cup of chocolate.

The days of RV travel were spent together at a campground on the western slope of the Rockies. These summers had it all. Perfect weather, spectacular scenery, good friends and neighbors and pot-luck meals where Marilyn could share her excellent cooking skills. During one day trip to tour nature’s monuments in Utah, we picnicked in a National Park. Here Marilyn introduced me to a snack of Ritz crackers, pimento cheese and bread and butter pickles. Perfect taste combination! I think of her every time I have the opportunity to enjoy this treat.

Later years we spent closer to home, touring Oklahoma lakes and golf courses. Outings were planned for not only golf opportunity for the guys but days of shopping expeditions for the gals. As couples, we met often for walking tours of art galleries and sharing a meal of “Mexican Food”.

Always, Marilyn was a pretty woman who wore her clothes and jewelry with style. And she made the best fried chicken I’ve ever had.

Patsy Rieger

October 12, 2020

Marilyn has been my dear friend for 50 years. We became acquainted when Don and my husband Jack coached our sons' T-Ball team at Buchanan School. We shared many gatherings of our friends, fun times at the lake and our sons school and Cub Scout activities. Marilyn has given me many of her hand crafted gifts and brought her delicious offerings from her kitchen in our times of sorrow or just to cheer us up. She always dressed up so beautifully with her pretty clothes and jewelry. She was a beautiful lady and a true friend. I will miss her and love her forever.

Toni Moss

October 12, 2020

Marilyn was a talented horsewoman and that was a big part of her life when we were growing up. Traveler was her horse - a big bay range pony that she loved so much. Fond memories of our days riding together. A Roy Rogers fan she was, too! So . . . happy trails, dear cousin!

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