David Alexander Noble

November 1, 1974November 25, 2018
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David Noble, known to friends as “Big Dave” or “Dave” passed away suddenly on November 25, 2018, at the age of 44 years. David will be forever remembered by his wife and best friend Nicole and his parents Everett and Janice Noble.

David grew up in Longmont, Colorado and attended NIWOT High School where he graduated in 1993. During his senior year at NIWOT HS, Dave managed the basketball team where they won the State Championship. Dave went on to attend Ozark Christian School in Joplin, Missouri for a year and a half. His love of helping people and cars eventually led him to attend DADC Diesel College where he graduated as a diesel mechanic with honors in 2004. Dave worked at American Furniture Warehouse as the nighttime lead tech at their Truck Shop. Dave loved music, tinkering with cars, playing with his ‘fur babies’ Remington and Sierra and smoking food on his smoker. He loved meeting new people and had the biggest heart.

Dave met his wife in 2008 and instantly knew he had found his soulmate. Dave touched many peoples lives with his kind nature and giving heart. He will be greatly missed by many.

A Celebration of Dave’s life will be held at 3:00 pm, on Thursday, December 6th at the Howe Mortuary and Cremation, 439 Coffman Street, Longmont, Colorado 80501.


  • Celebration of Life Thursday, December 6, 2018

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Wendi Nafziger

December 6, 2018

So very sorry for your loss. Mom (Sheri LePore) and I were planning to attend the memorial but she ended up in the hospital. Your family is in our prayers.

Bob Newlin

December 6, 2018

He was my best friend. He was at my wedding. I was at his. After I moved away from Colorado in 1989, I saw him in once in '91, my wedding in '97, 2010 before my deployment, 2012 at his wedding. In 2015, I moved back to Colorado, although still far enough away that we couldn't meet near as often as I would've liked. Now I'm back on the other side of the world, facing the reality that there will never be another chance to see him. Simple memories of a simple relationship; that’s what I have of Dave. Spending time at each other's house and biking around Longmont as kids, grabbing a beer every few months or few years as adults. Those memories will make me laugh, make me cry. They’ll get me through tough times and make it hard to get through them. And though I’ll always want more time, more memories, I’ll never forget or regret what Dave gave me. I’ll remember and miss you, my friend, for the rest of whatever time I have left. Love you.

Joe Fitch

December 5, 2018

Dave was one of a kind, A great man, and an awesome friend. I enjoyed working with him and getting to know him. Gonna miss talking and laughing with you my brother. I'm Gonna miss ya Big Dave.

JoAnn Augustaitus

December 5, 2018

Dave came into my life as one of my sons friends and one of the 4 Musketeers Dave, Nate, Jason and JJ . These were their High School years, where life was an adventure, filled with cars, music, friends and the excitement of growing into adulthood. I remember the easy flow of Dave's stories and his laugh. I can hear it now. I saw him last at dinner last year when Jason was home and Dave and Nate came for dinner. He was the same wonderful soul with the zest for life's adventure, and even more stories to share as life expanded for him. You will be with me always, and the times we shared over the years. Love you my son, JoAnn

Tim Sauer

December 2, 2018

I am so sorry for your loss. Please know that you are in my thoughts.

Nyisha Moore

November 29, 2018

I met Dave when I was very young. He was someone I knew I could always go to with any questions or to just talk. I trusted him so much and knew he would never lead me wrong. He helped me with everything from relationship advice to teaching me how to drive a manual car. I loved Dave very much. He was such an amazing man.