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Charles Noah
(July 9, 1940 - April 28, 2019)

Funeral services for Charles Noah of McCarley will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Tuesday, April 30, at Carrollton Baptist Church in Carrollton, with
burial following in Evergreen Cemetery in North Carrollton.  Rev. Ed McDaniel will officiate the services.  Pallbearers will be Cecil Womble,
Trey Mullins, Danny Beck, Jerry Paul Whitfield, Jerry Sheppard, and Brent Noah.  Honorary pallbearers will be Charles McCluskey, Hays
Nolan, Fred Palmertree, Lee Murrah, Curren Sheppard, and Carl Noah.

Visitation will be Tuesday, from 10:00 a.m. until service time, at Carrollton Baptist Church.

Mr. Noah, 78, passed away at his residence near McCarley on Sunday, April 28.  He was born in Carrollton on July 9, 1940, to H. M. and
Catherine Carpenter Noah.  He was a salesman for Farmers Supply Co-op, retiring after 42 years.  Mr. Noah served in the MS Army National
Guard and was a member of Carrollton Baptist Church.  He enjoyed carpentry work and worked hard at everything he did.  He was preceded
in death by his parents and a sister, Joy Hoatland.

Mr. Noah is survived by his wife of 58 years, Patricia Noah of McCarley; two sons, Brad Noah of McCarley and Scott Noah of San Antonio,
Texas; two granddaughters, Alex Noah and Caley Noah; three sisters, Frances Palmertree of Greenwood, Bernice Sheppard of Lake Village,
Arkansas, and Nancy Murrah of Clinton; one brother, Carl Noah of Vaiden; and many nieces and nephews.

Tuesday, April 30           10 - 11 am
Carrollton Baptist Church

Tuesday, April 30                11 am
Carrollton Baptist Church

Evergreen Cemetery
North Carrollton
Billy and Shirley Jefcoat

Noah Family: Noah Family in our Prayers at this difficult Time. Billy and Shirley

Susie James

I wasn't able to stop by Charles's graveside, just didn't learn of the time ... I had heard of his passing shortly before I
made it to Evergreen on Monday. I surely am sorry for y'alls' loss. I remember Charles helping customers at the
Leflore Co-Op years ago when I'd occasionally stop by there, and of course here and about over the years, including
at Charlie Ray's. He was always so kind and helpful and did so far as I ever knew, "the best he could" ... a
commendable way to be.

David Branham

I am so sorry for your loss of Charles whom I have known for many years and enjoyed his friendship. At times we sat
next to each other at the cancer clinic and enjoyed visiting. He gave me his life history of a successful family man and
father. My prayers are with you all. David Branham
July 9, 1940
April 28, 2019