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Kevin Lee Noble

September 7, 1965December 27, 2020

Kevin Lee Noble, 55, died Sunday, December 27, 2020 at Columbus Regional Hospital. He was a member of St. Peter’s Lutheran Church where he had bowled with the Monday Night Church league with his father, brothers and friends. He loved sports. He participated in Special Olympics in younger years. He was an avid sports fan. He fully cheered on Columbus North football and basketball, Indiana University, Indiana Pacers, Indianapolis Colts and the Dallas Cowboys. Kevin was the kindest soul and always saw the best in everyone. His eyes glowed with love and his smile was a light in each day. He loved to spend time with his family. He loved all music and enjoyed concerts and to listen to all his cds. Kevin was born September 7, 1965 in Ruislip, London Borough of Hillingdon England. The son of Richard and Catherine Noble. Kevin is survived by his mother, Catherine Noble of Columbus; brothers, Wayne (Shannon) Noble & Warren Noble both of Columbus, sister, Karen Noble-Patrick (Tim) of Indianapolis; niece, Kaitlyn (Trevor) Beckwith of Columbus; nephews, Jacob and Shea Noble of Columbus; great niece Maddisyn Beckwith; great nephews, Nevin and Raylin Noble, Elijah and Brailen Beckwith. He was preceded in death by his father, Richard L. Noble; nephew, Jarrett W. Noble. A private graveside service and burial will be conducted at Garland Brook Cemetery with Pastor Al White officiating. Pallbearers will be; Wayne and Warren Noble, Tim Patrick and Trevor Beckwith. Memorials may be directed to Special Olympics Indiana, 6200 Technology Center Dr. #105 Indianapolis, IN 46278. Online condolences may be sent to the family at Myers~Reed Chapel on 25th Street is serving the Noble family.


  • Catherine Noble, Mother
  • Wayne (Shannon) Noble, Brother
  • Warren Noble, Brother
  • Karen Noble-Patrick (Tim), Sister
  • Kaitlyn (Trevor) Beckwith, Niece
  • Jacob Noble, Nephew
  • Shea Noble, Nephew
  • Maddisyn Beckwith, Great Niece
  • Nevin Noble, Great Nephew
  • Elijah Beckwith, Great Nephew
  • Brailen Beckwith, Great Nephew
  • Raylin Beckwith, Great Nephew

  • Special Olympics Indiana


  • Private Graveside Service


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Paul Drake

December 31, 2020

Noble Family:

I, like all, remember the very first time I met Kevin at the softball fields. He was loyal to watching us play softball, like he was to everything in his life. He celebrated our joys and suffered with our lows.

I always believed you could see the light of God in his eyes!

Please know you are all in our prayers during this difficult time. Cherish the memories and know our separation is only a small moment in time.

Thank you Kevin for touching my soul in this lifetime my friend. RIP. The best is ahead!

Paul, Dayla, Conner, Cayden Drake
Brooke and Spencer Stover

Ryan Kistler

December 31, 2020

Kevin and Warren- I haven't seen either of you for several years, but I wanted you to know I'm very sorry to hear about Kevin. For many years I bowled with Sandy Hook with my cousin Steve, and I hoped every week we could have been bowling against your family. I remember your dad, Kevin and both of you. All of you always had a great time, a smile on your face, and a clear love for one another. You always made every Monday night fun. Remember all those good times as well as the rest you had with Kevin. I pray for you all during this time.

Ryan Kistler


December 31, 2020

Karen and Family

I was saddened to read of the passing of your brother Kevin. I remember him so well at ball games at North and his passion for the team to win. He was a very kind and gentle person. Thoughts and prayers go out to your family at this very difficult time.

Mary Echsner Moore

Annetta Garland

December 30, 2020

I am so sorry for your loss. I remember Kevin and he was such and awesome person. Loved everyone. Never had bad word to say about anyone. He will be missed by many. Love to the family and you are all in my thoughts and prayers. God bless

Cassie Stillinger

December 30, 2020

Kevin, We are family and it breaks my heart that you are gone. Even though I didn't see you much, A cousin love is always there. I would see your brother and always asked about you. Now your in a better place with your Dad, and nephew, and Grandma Green, what a great reunion you guys are having. You ran your race here, and now it's time for you to enjoy heaven.
Wayne, Warren, Karen- I know this is hard on all you kids, my heart is broken, and my prayers are with you! I know we don't see a lot of each other, but I love each and everyone of you.
Kathy- My Aunt, your an amazing woman and Mom, and I want you to know that I love you and one day we will all be together and your in my prayers as well. I will always be there there for all of you. With all my love and prayers, I pray that God will give you all peace and understanding at this time. And I'm sending hugs your way. Love you 💛

Pat Newman

December 30, 2020

I remember the first time I met Kevin. He was a little shy, I’m guessing because I was a stranger. The one thing I will never forget is his beautiful smile. The next time I saw him he was in his team jersey and cheering his team full on. Nothing shy about him that day. Again that sweet smile captured my heart. He was a sweet soul that loved everyone. Rest in the arms of Jesus sweet Kevin.
Pat Newman

Rob Hebestreit

December 30, 2020

Kevin was one of the nicest most polite guy I ever met. We rocked many concerts together. RIP my friend

Warren Noble

December 30, 2020

Kevin supported all the things he loved to the fullest his teams his family and friends he never gave up on anyone or anything what a brother mentor friend and person much love always with us

Wayne Noble

December 30, 2020

Kevin, My big brother i love you. You were the brightest light I've ever seen. You taught me so much without even knowing you were doing so. I'll never forget you. My heart aches. I will always cherish all the memories from our times as kids doing all the things we did together. Shooting basketball, playing football and baseball in our backyard. Riding bikes , wrestling in the yard or the bedrooms. As we got older going to concerts and ballgames. Then those years we all bowled with dad in church league. So many fond memories. But what I'll remember the most is that smile and the kindest heart and soul I ever had the pleasure of meeting. You were such a blessing to all of us and I'm a better person for knowing you and especially having you as a big brother. Forever in our 💕 you will always be. Love your little brother Wayne. I'm gonna miss you dearly Kevin.

Karen Noble-Patrick

December 30, 2020

There are so many memories as my entire life has included Kevin. His laugh, his smile, his pure joy to be with loved ones, his genuine kindness to all.

The love we have for Kevin has no boundaries and we will miss him dearly. He is so much part of each of us so we know he is forever with us.

I love you Kevin.