Condolences for Rev. Dr. William W. “Woody” Noblitt


Sarah Humphrey posted on 4/13/19

Family of Woody, I'm sorry for your loss. He was always a voice heard in the groups with whom he sang. A wonderful man. I had hoped to attend the service but it wasn't to be. Prayers and sympathy. R.I.P. Woody Laura, I ushered Big River last night. Another winner!

 

H Royce Mitchell posted on 4/13/19

To the great family of my friend Woody who I met through the Renavorae group we shared lunch. He was a great man who will be missed love from H Royce and the Deliverance Temple church family

 

Cindy Morgan posted on 4/13/19

I so enjoyed Woody being a part of Survivor Voices. My prayers & sincere condolences to all of u. May your precious memories bring u comfort. Sincerely, Cindy Morgan

 

Harriette Harra posted on 4/10/19

Woody's enjoyment of ephemera and 100 year-old board games was the beginning of my friendship with him. We had some wonderful discussions while he set up his displays at the library. It was especially fun to find out we liked odd, faith-filled little books like How to be a Christian Without Being Religious. Woody was a blessing to anyone who knew him. He was buoyed by the love of his wife and children. I send his family condolences and hope they find comfort in knowing that so many, like me, mourn with them.

 

Marie & Jack Gleason posted on 4/9/19

Please know of our prayers and concerns for Woody's loved ones in this time of grieving. Woody was a dear friend of Jack's and will be sorely missed. Love to all, Marie and Jack Gleason

 

Jerry Chauvin posted on 4/9/19

Enjoyed playing racquetball as we were both getting older, but he still beat me (most times). Lost touch when we moved to Ohio. He was a great person!