OBITUARY

Adolph Reinhold Noack

April 23, 1927November 5, 2018

Adolph Reinhold Noack, went to be with his Lord and Savior on Monday, November 5, 2018.

He was married to Martha Pearl Finto who departed on July 11, 2011. He worked at numerous dairy farms and worked peanut crops in the San Antonio area before moving his family to Dallas, TX. In Dallas he worked laying tile, later going to work for Chance Vought which later became known as Ling Temco Vought. When work began to slow he moved to Bell Helicopter. He was there for 30 years until his retirement. During his time at Bell Helicopter, he installed parts that were being built by his son who worked at Texas Instruments. After retiring, he remained active, building a garage and making furniture. He worked until two weeks before his passing, cutting up a fallen tree branch to toothpick size pieces that his son had to clean up.

Adolph was baptized in 1948, he was an active teacher, worker and faithful member of the Church of Christ in McGregor, TX.

He loved the church, his wife, his children, fishing and hunting.

He is preceded in death by his parents, Emil and Emma Noack; his wife of 64 years, Martha Pearl Noack; 3 sisters, Helen Keylick, Anna Clark, and Martha Ricord-Littleton; 4 brothers, Martin, Herbert, Henry, and Edwin Noack.

He is survived by his brother, Gilbert Noack of San Antonio, TX; son, Ralph Noack and his wife, Kathy of Temple, TX; daughter, Margaret Noack of Denton, TX; 3 grandchildren, Dena St. Clair and husband Eric of Melissa, TX, Timothy Noack and wife Bevin of Celeste, TX; and Tony Noack of Denton, TX.

  • PALLBEARERS

  • Jeffrey Burwell, Pallbearer
  • Landry Burwell, Pallbearer
  • Blane Noack, Pallbearer
  • Wyatt Noack, Pallbearer
  • Pete Frerich, Pallbearer
  • Kenneth Finto, Pallbearer

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