Parkway Funeral Home & Parkway Memorial Cemetery

1161 Highland Colony Pkwy, Ridgeland, MS


Roger Lee Noller

October 4, 1934October 7, 2019

Roger Lee Noller, 85, of Ridgeland, Mississippi passed away on October 7, 2019.

He was born in Toledo, Ohio on October 4, 1934 to Martha and Carl Noller. Roger attended Jefferson County High School and graduated May 26, 1953. Following graduation he served in the U.S. Navy. Roger attended The University of Louisville and remained a lifetime alum and avid sports fan of the University. He operated The Thrifty Nickel, remained in sales, and was a long serving member of Leavell Woods Exchange Club.

Roger is survived by his wife, Carol Noller; sons, David and Scott Noller; 9 grandchildren, Tylor, Kris, Lindsey, Colten, Kourtney, Shannon, Matthew, Lauren and Leigh. He is preceded in death by his parents and one daughter, Karen Noller Gray.

Funeral services and visitation for Roger Lee Noller will be held at Parkway Funeral Home on Saturday, October 12, 2019 from 9:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. with service following.

Memorial donations may be made in Roger’s name to Leavell Woods Exchange Club, 15384 I55 Terry, Mississippi 39170. (601)-668-2995.


  • Carol Noller, Wife
  • David Noller, Son
  • Scott Noller, Son
  • Mr. Noller also leaves his step children, along with 9 grandchildren; Tylor, Kris, Lindsey, Colten, Kourtney, Shannon, Matthew, Lauren and Leigh to cherish his memory.

  • Leavell Woods Exchange Club


  • Visitation Saturday, October 12, 2019
  • Funeral Service Saturday, October 12, 2019


Roger Lee Noller

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William F Chandler Jr

October 11, 2019

Carol and Family,
I am not exactly sure when Roger began helping with the Deposit Guaranty/Farm Bureau/Trustmark/Sanderson Farms PGA Championship at Annandale Country Club, but he was such an ardent addition to Hole #10, and later to Hole #3. He would strike up conversations with anyone: Professionals, Caddies, Spectators, et.al. When he wasn't talking about You and the Kids, it was the Exchange Club this-or-that, or some other local charity that he had an active role with. Then, of course, he was always talking about his beloved Louisville Cardinal Football, Baseball, Basketball, Tid-li-winks (if they had such a team) -- anything Louisville! Roger was a wonderful, caring, helpful & astute man. I believe he could read each person he met, perhaps sizing up what they needed that he could give them for that day! He was so helpful, I asked him to be my Co-Captain, which freed me to do more with crowd control. I had never, & have never, met a Man so devoted to Volunteering for any and every Charitable cause - than Roger Noller! I have missed his help during the Sanderson Farms Tournament transition to CCJ. He was a true friend; and truly one-of-a-Kind! He basically did what his ole knees allowed him to do..., and made people smile in the process! Blessings to You and Your Family.

Jamie Winstead

October 11, 2019

Roger, it was such a pleasure meeting with you every time you came to visit Evansville. I always enjoyed our phone calls throughout the years. You always had a smile and a kind heart. I’m sure you’ll have the best seats in the house for all the games. Rest In Peace

David Noller

October 11, 2019

Pops. U taught me the difference between right and wrong in life.. .I love everything u ever done for me. U were my first little league baseball coach ..All the Louisville games we would watch. Remembering all the games we would attend. I just wish i could've done for you.. Going to Cock of the Walk when i came to visit you will never be forgotten. Missy thought very highly of you and loved it when she came to visit you and Carol . Im going to miss you so much not being able to call you and talk about the Cards game..You're the one who told me when i was little dont never go to bed angry and i hope i can live the rest of my life as happy as you were..I can't believe you are gone. Seems like u were doing so good when we talked last. Dad in closing im praying that me and Scott can bury the hatchet and get along and start hanging out again like we use to because thats my little brother and i love him...RIP POPS..