Greg Allen Noble

May 24, 1974June 21, 2018

Greg Allen Noble , 44, of Kingwood, Texas passed away on Thursday June 21, 2018. He is preceded in death by his wife Polly.His was a loving to his children, Grant and Grace; his parents, Allen and Arlene Noble; brother, Brad Noble and other loving relatives and friends. Greg was born in Laporte, IN on May 24, 1974.

A memorial service for Greg will be held Thursday, June 28, 2018 at 10:30 AM at Christ the King Lutheran Church, 3803 W. Lake Houston Parkway, Kingwood, Texas 77339. Following the memorial service will be a fellowship luncheon at 11:30 AM.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Noble family.

In lieu of flowers a memorial college fund for his children has been set up and contributions can be made at and search for The Greg & Polly Noble Memorial Fund at:


  • Memorial Service Thursday, June 28, 2018
  • Fellowship Luncheon Thursday, June 28, 2018

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Allison Wenglarz

June 27, 2018

On behalf of the North Judson-San Pierre Class of 1992
and our families, we send our deepest sympathies.

Jill Venezia

June 27, 2018

To Grace, Grant, and the entire Noble Family. We are so very sorry for your loss. Words cannot express the sadness we feel for you. Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to each of you. Somethings cannot be explained or understood, but we know God stands by us to guide and strengthen us. May you find some comfort and peace knowing that God stands by each of you , that family and friends keep you close in thought and prayer, and that Greg lives on through each of you. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. With deepest sympathy, The Venezia Family


June 27, 2018

We really appreciated having Greg as a neighbor here on Stately Oak. He kept the property pristine, as well as kept the security cameras rolling on the entrance off High Valley, making us feel more secure. Greg was such a loving father and took such good care of his family. I will miss his happy-go-lucky smile as he passed me regularly on the way to the mailbox. We are saddened by his loss, and our prayers, as well as those of our church family at Good Shepherd Episcopal are with you all.

Pat Goin

June 26, 2018

Kevin and I would like to express our deepest sympathy to both of you and the entire Noble family. I haven’t seen your dad in years but I will always remember him with a smile. Your dad went with Brad Lukac and his family along with ours one New Year’s Eve to ski in Michigan, he was a junior or senior in high school. We had a great time and I believe it was your dads first attempt at skiing.
Again we are truly sorry for your loss.

Donelle Hale

June 26, 2018

I have known / worked with Greg for 19 years. He was the property accountant for the mall I was hired at in 1999. He made many an "exception" so that I could understand and get him what he needed. We followed one another throughout our careers with congratulations, family check ins, many kind words and hugs. I will miss Greg, his laughter and funny jokes. My prayers are with his children and family during this difficult time.

Stacey Nance

June 26, 2018

My deepest condolences for this loving family. I had the pleasure of working with Greg at Simon. My heart is truly broken and sending prayers and love to his family.

Stacey Nance

Theresa Lynette (Somerville)

June 25, 2018

To Greg's children and family--There are no adequate words to express how very sorry I am for your loss. You continue to be in my thoughts and prayers. Real quick memory to share--I moved to Indy in 1995 and had a friend, Michelle. One day I was telling her about my home town and describing the mint. She said that I had already told her that story. I was certain that I hadn't. really is a small world. It turned out that my Indy friend happened to work with a friend who I went to school and church with back Mr. Greg Noble. It is hard to explain but it was such a pleasant feeling knowing that someone I knew also knew Greg and Polly.

Again, my deepest condolences. May you feel God's love and support. Revelation 21:4 is a verse that has comforted me at times of deep loss.
And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away.

Kevin Cox

June 24, 2018

I ran out of characters before I could explain the photo ... Greg wore number 57 on our high school football team. For four years, Greg managed to point out every time that a 5 and a 7 appeared. He’d say - there it is - best number - 57 - I told you. And we’d laugh and laugh and laugh. We did it so much that I still notice the number 57 today. I’ll be at the gas pump, and my bill will be $48.57 - and I’ll chuckle to myself. Well - yesterday I took my son to play golf at Coyote Crossing in West Lafayette, IN. We paid for our golf, got in the cart that was assigned to us, went and hit some balls at the range, and then drove over to the first tee. When I got out of the cart and stepped around to get my club, I looked down and saw we had Cart #57. This was our first round of golf in several weeks, and we get 57. As this big smile came to my face, I had a tear well up in my eye. I knew the big fella was up there laughing again, and so was I.

Kevin Cox

June 24, 2018

To Grant & Grace - I was sitting next to your Dad at his house when he got his first phone call from Polly. We were in high school. Al and Arlene had allowed a couple of Greg’s friends to spend the night and were the gracious hosts and loving parents that I’m sure you’ve come to know very well. After getting off the phone, Greg had a look in his eye that I hadn’t seen before. I didn’t know Polly very well at the time, but you could tell that Greg knew that she was something special. Over the next few months, it was readily apparent what I saw in Greg’s eyes that day. Greg and Polly were meant for each other. Fast forward many years - a marriage, a family, a great life in Indianapolis, a great life in Texas - none of it surprised me as I watched from afar - until the circumstances of the past four years. To hear about Polly four years ago was shocking, and to again hear about Greg a few nights ago was devastating. Grant & Grace - I don’t know you, but I loved your parents. To say that no young man or woman deserves to go through what you have gone through is the understatement of the century. But you have been loved/corrected/taught/brought up by two of the finest people that this world has to offer. And while it’s obvious that they were taken away from you way too soon, please pay forward the gifts that you have received from them - to yourself as you continue to grow up, and to everyone that you touch in your life. Many young people in this country don’t get to be around positive role models for 5 minutes while growing up - let alone multiple years. Your time with Mom & Dad, while tragically cut short, has provided you with the foundation to push forward and make the best of any situation that is presented to you. Please accept my heartfelt condolences and know that your support group is much larger than you could ever imagine.

Kevin, Andrea, Lauren, & Payton Cox
North Judson, IN

Carmen Mendoza

June 23, 2018

Our thoughts and prayers are w/Grant, Grace and family for their devastating loss; we are here for y’all always. Grant and Grace; please stay strong together for each other and know you have a strong, caring, loving support system in our community to continue to be here for you both. We enjoy watching y’all play the sports you both love; basketball and volleyball and will continue to cheer for you on and off the court. Make your parents proud everyday, we love you guys.

Deepest Condolences,
The Mendoza Family
Paul, Carmen, Jonathan & Julianna