Sue Nobles passed away on Friday, Nov. 4, 2022 after a courageous battle with Covid, surrounded by loved ones who will continue to honor her legacy by living their lives to the fullest. Her love of life did not come to an end with her death.
She was a devout Christian and devoted daughter, mother, wife, sister, grandmother, great-grandmother, friend and patriot. She was a member of the Middlefork Road Baptist Church.
She may best be described as the embodiment of pure unconditional love. She was fierce in her devotion to her family, and she was steadfast in her love for and service to Jesus. God called her to Heaven much too soon from the perspective of her children, but comfort must be derived from the fact that she no longer must suffer. They rejoice that she is now experiencing for all eternity things beyond their imagination (Ephesians 3:20) and is completely healed! On Friday she received her Heavenly reward for her Earthly faithfulness.
No more night. No more pain. No more tears. Never crying again. And praises to the great “I Am,” she will live in the Light of the risen Lamb.
She loved each and every member of her family fully with her whole heart. She was deeply and dearly loved by all that were blessed to know her. She is now and forever shall be greatly missed and shall always be remembered. Her family’s lives were made the brighter and better due to her illumination. Their loss on Earth is Heaven’s gain.
She is survived by four admiring children, Chip, Chris, Teressa and Jason; five grandchildren, Summer, Matthew, Mallory, Meagan and Mason; three great-grandchildren, Audrey, Allie and Dakota; a daughter-in-law, JoAnn; one son-in-law, David; two grandsons-in-law, Ronnie and Jess; a chosen member of family, Cedric; and a cherished and devoted pet, Lucy.
She was preceded in death by the great love of her life of 42 years, her husband and mowing buddy, Larry. Together they were a tower of strength and support.