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Michael L. Noble

Michael L. Noble

Michael L. Noble age 43, of Quincy, died on Tuesday, July 27, 2021 in Blessing Hospital. He was born on June 8, 1978 in Kirksville, MO.

Mike was the owner and operator of Noble Trucking in the Quincy area for many years. He attended Quincy Public Schools and John Wood Community College Truck Driving Training Course.

Mike loved camping, fishing, and riding his Harley Davidson. Life was a party for Mike. He was a humble man, though, who enjoyed helping others whenever he could and never wanted any recognition for it.

Mike is survived by:
HIS SON: Lucas Noble (Talyn) of Quincy;
HIS FATHER: Stephen Noble (Amy) of Jefferson City, MO;
HIS MOTHER: Linda Danielson Bassett (Michael Libmann) of Quincy;
SIBLINGS: Thomas Noble (Cathy) of Jefferson City, MO; Charles Noble (Carrie) of Quincy and Maggie Noble (Max) of Lansing, MI.
HIS LONG TIME COMPANION: Lacinda Pease along with her children Asyalee Mcpherson and Braiden Mcpherson all of Quincy.
NIECES AND NEPHEWS: Caleb Noble (Olivia), Jaxon Noble, Parker A. Noble, Kimber Noble, Hayden Carlson, Hannah Carlson, Parker D. Noble (Sadie), Jett Noble and Bo Noble.
GREAT NIECE: Violet Noble
Other relatives and many friends also survive.

Mike was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents: Charles and Eunice Noble, his maternal grandmother: Mildred Beets Goodman and his maternal grandfather: Leland Danielson.

Cremation rites have been accorded. A Celebration of Mike's life will be held with a memorial bike run on Saturday, August 21, 2021 beginning at 11:00 AM at Smith Brothers Powersports in Quincy and concluding with a memorial at 1:00 PM at the Quincy Boat Club. More information to follow. The Duker & Haugh Funeral Home is in charge of the arrangements.

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Kathy Young
Ams, IA
Linda, Steve and your entire family... my heart breaks for you. I remember when Linda was pregnant with Mike as my sister was pregnant with her second son at the same time and both of you had a Tommy. I pray you feel the love of your family and friends and more importantly, God, during this very difficult time. Love to you all... Kathy