Thomas John Noble, 58, died suddenly of cardiac arrest at his home in Lauderdale on Aug. 28, 2022. Tom was born and raised in St. Anthony Park before moving to Lauderdale after college.
As an accountant, he was employed at various banks doing check processing for 15 years. He was interested in driving and restoring old cars from the 1960s through the 1980s, and was often called upon to chauffeur local politicians in the St. Anthony Park Fourth of July parade with one of his classic convertibles. His other hobbies included collecting antiques, such as pinball machines, juke boxes, phonographs and a player piano.
He was generous with his time and was willing to help people out, whether with moving and driving or with fixing whatever needed fixing!
He was a faithful member of Twin Cities Bible Church in Maplewood.
Tom was preceded in death by his parents Dolores Forsberg Noble and William Albert Noble and his sister Kathryn Noble Marier. He is survived by his dearest friend of 22 years, Rebecca Schnoor; his brother James Allen Noble (Karen); aunt Jean Forsberg; cousin Julie Forsberg Mayne (David) and her children Kyle and McKenna; brother-in-law Jim Marier; nieces Emy Marier (Tyler Panjerl), Samantha Noble Carr, Joni Noble Liljedahl (Chris); and nephews Michael Marier (Kelly) and Bryant Noble (Jamie).