Linda Jean Noble



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Linda Jean Noble

April 17, 1945 ~ March 30, 2015 (age 69)

Obituary

GREENSBORO – In loving memory of Linda J. Noble, daughter of Geraldine Sergovia (deceased) and John Bullock (deceased). Linda was born on April 17, 1945 in Brooklyn, NY.

She was one of 7 children; where she leaves behind (sister) Virginia Youmans and brother, John Bullock, Jr. Her two daughters, Melvina Nunley and Michelle Noble; sons, Roosevelt Noble and Ernesto Noble, Jr.; she also leaves behind 20 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, and friends.

In addition to caring for her children, she worked very hard at the United States Postal Service in Manhattan, NY ; where she worked for 34 years until she retired. In 2008, Linda relocated to North Carolina where she began her journey of giving her life to the Lord Jesus Christ.




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  • April 02, 2015
    Geraldine Simmons says:
    My deepest sympathy to the family.  Linda and I worked in New York Post Offices9 for years together.  We were Shop Stewards as well as POWER Sisters.  She will be truly missed.

  • April 22, 2015
    Alvin Graves says:
    They always say, "Gone to Soon"!  And it is always "Gone to Soon" because you never want them to leave.  I have only know Ms. Noble through being a customer of Bob Dunn Hyundai and myself.  And by selling her a car I would call her every six months and on her birthday.  On her birthday April 17th 2015 no answer and I thought that was straight.  I had called one time and she was feeling well about a year ago.  But this time the Lord decided to take home were it is a whole lot safer and nicer.  What I found out about Ms. Noble she was a very kind and sweet gentle soul.  So Ms. Noble you "Rest In Peace" and family you can rest assure that she is in good hands now!!

  • February 21, 2016
    Lucius Rounds says:
    My sincerest condolences to the family, albeit tardy. I had read of Sister Linda's passing a few months ago in the NY Metro Union Mail. However there were no details on a service or where to contact family. This am I stumbled on to this site.I worked for many years with Linda in Manhattan and with APWU. The many meetings and conventions, struggles and laughs we all shared. So many good times whether it be a 5 star hotel in Rochester or a downtown Detroit dump. To me those memories were yesterday though it was so long ago now. I am happy you were a part of my life as you enriched tremendously. You are missed but will always occupy a special place in my heart.Love, Lew