Scott Noble Obituary, Death – Scott Noble, who was 50 years old, passed away abruptly at his home. Maria (O’Brien) Noble was his wife, and he was her spouse. They had been married for fifteen years at that point. He was the son of Virginia R. (Cheek) Noble, who passed away, and the late Jerome “Jerry” Noble, Jr., and was born in Gloucester on the 30th of November, 1961. He was born and raised in Gloucester and attended Gloucester High School, graduating in 1980. He lived in Gloucester his entire life. After gaining experience as an apprentice electrician in the family business, Jerry Noble Electricians, he went on to launch his own enterprise, which goes by the name D. Scott Noble Electrician.
He was a member of the BNI Yankee Network Chapter and had served as its president in the past. It was clear that Scott had a deep affection for his hometown of Gloucester. As a dedicated member of the community, he took pleasure in his involvement in a wide variety of volunteer endeavors, including the installation of Christmas lights on Main Street, his work with the Magnolia Historical Association, and his participation in the Gloucester Seafood Festival. In addition to that, he served the community of Rockport as a volunteer firefighter.
Maria had a difficult time persuading Scott to cross the bridge because of his deep affection for Gloucester. After he finally completed it, they went on a lot of amazing vacations and cruises together. The time he got to spend with his family, particularly with his grandchildren, brought him the most happiness. Everyone who knew and loved him will grieve his passing in their own unique ways.
In addition to his wife and mother, he is survived by five children: Kandice Noble, who is married to Joshua Tebou; Lucas Noble, who is married to Jessica (Field) Noble; Kaleena Noble, who is married to Corey Hildonen; Amber Noble, who is companion of Jonathan Kasper; and David Scott “Scotty Boy” Noble, Jr., who is companion of Lauren McKechnie; three grandchildren: Noah Tebou, Isaac Tebou, and Olivia Noble; six siblings: Patty (Frontiero)Watson and her husband, Jeff Watson; the couple’s daughter, Mollie Watson; and many longtime friends, including Ed Wall and Barry Ramos, are among those who are able to carry on his legacy. He is also survived by the person he previously shared his life with, and this person’s current spouse. In addition to this, his brother-in-law Dana Perry passed away before him.
“We bid farewell far too soon to a beloved husband who was also a father, grandfather, son, brother, uncle, cousin, and friend who always had a grin for everybody,” said one family member. His one-of-a-kind sense of humor and his uncanny capacity to always help others see the silver lining in a cloudy situation will be sorely missed. We will be grateful to him for the rest of our lives for the way he was able to make each one of us feel like the most important person in the world. We are aware that you are gazing down on us, and even though you do not want us to be depressed, our hearts will remain shattered until the day when we are reunited with you.