Larry Dale Noblin
September 10, 1949  -  November 29, 2017

Larry Dale Noblin

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Roberts & Hart Funeral Home
404 S Williams
Westville, OK  74965
Sunday, December 03, 2017
2 - 4 pm
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Roberts & Hart Chapel
404 S.Williams St.
Westville, OK  74965
Monday, December 04, 2017
1 pm
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Baptist Mission Cemetery
Hwy 59 N of Westville
Westville, OK  74965
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Larry Dale Noblin, son of Everette Sam and Gretta (Crittenden) Noblin, was born on September 10, 1949 in Westville, Oklahoma and passed from this life on Wednesday, November 29, 2017 in Tahlequah, Oklahoma at 68 years of age.

Larry graduated from Watts High School in 1967. He worked at Franklin Electric as a supervisor and retired from there after 40 years of service to the company. Larry raised cattle, baled hay, and was an overall fix-it man in his later years.

He loved spending time with his family and friends. Larry enjoyed watching and hearing about his grandchildren wrestling, playing football, cheering, or doing Pageants. He was a proud Papa.

Larry will be remembered for his smile, his laugh and his colorful personality. He was a good husband, father, grandfather, friend and man. He would help anybody with anything and never expect anything in return.

He was preceded in death by his parents: Sam and Gretta Noblin and his wife of over 41 years: Janice Noblin.

Larry will be greatly missed by his son: Derrick Noblin and wife Tracy of Skiatook, OK, his daughter: DeAndrea Thomas and husband Mitch of Locust Grove, OK, grandchildren: Michael Nickens of Westville, OK, Chase Noblin, Blair Noblin of Skiatook, Eli Thomas, Brody Thomas and Kenadee Thomas of Locust Grove, brother: J.D. Noblin of Westville, mother-in-law: Irma Jones of Siloam Springs, several nieces, nephews, other relatives and a host of friends.

Funeral services were held at 1 pm on Monday, December 4, 2017 at Roberts & Hart Chapel, Westville, OK with Bro. Chip Reagan officiating. Interment followed at Old Baptist Mission Cemetery, Westville, OK.


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  1. Twyla Mann
    Tulss, OK

    I am so sorry about Larry's passing. He was always my buddy and best friend from Bible School and even through our married life. Dale and him both worked at Frsnklin our married lives our boys played ball together and we played cards and Larry's favorite, Scrable'. We had a lot of fun. I still talked to him and enjoyed each call. I pray that him and Janice are now together......that's what he wanted!!!!! God rest his soul and help his children go through the grief of losing him..,.i know. It's a terrible process.

  2. Glenda Griffith
    Pryor, OK

    You had such a great and infectious smile. We didn't get to see each other often but I was always grateful for the time we had. Family reunions won't be the same without you. Rest in peace. May God grant your family His peace.

  3. Anthony weqver
    Overland park, KS

    All the laughter n gigggles here’s to u cuz love u man

  4. Joseph and Adela
    Jay, OK

    Sure will miss him lots!

  5. Jackie & Lew Hendricks
    Kansas City, MO

    Larry Dale always tried to make people laugh and to go along with his jokes. He was a good person with a big heart. He was loved by many family and friends. He will be missed on this earth, but he'll be back with his beloved Janice.

    "Close your eyes my friend and let God's calming waters take you home"

  6. Clark greathouse
    Westville, OK

    Larry was a classmate and great friend and neighbor. Loved him very much.

  7. Shelia McNutt
    chelsea, OK

    Prayers for your family. Larry was a really good guy, kind hearted man. He had a great sense of humor. I know you will miss him. May the Lord send his comforter to heal your broken heart. Many prayers.

  8. Diana Fisher
    Hewitt, TX

    Uncle Larry was one of a kind! Sure gonna miss his smile and all his shenanigans! Keeping you all close in thought and prayer!

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