James William Noble

  • Born: August 19, 1938
  • Died: December 29, 2020
  • Location: Stoughton, Massachusetts

Farley Funeral Home

358 Park Street
Stoughton, MA 02072

Tel. (781) 344-2676

Tribute & Message From The Family


James "Pop" William Noble of Stoughton, MA passed away peacefully on Tuesday, December 29, 2020 in the early morning hours. Jim "Pop" Noble was born on August 19, 1938. He was married to the love of his life and best friend, Virginia (Ginger) K Noble for 55 amazing years. He is survived by their three sons and families. Son James K. Noble of Stoughton, MA and granddaughter Tiphanie E. Noble of Providence, RI. Son Bradford A. and wife Sherri S. Noble of Alexander, NC. Grandson, Joshua Woolf Noble, wife Ashley G. Noble, great-grandsons Lucas A and Sebastian T Noble. Granddaughter, Samantha Noble-Banks, husband Adam Banks, great-grandsons Liam J and Noah R Banks. Granddaughter Pamela Noble Blackwell, husband Timothy, great-grandson Abel W Blackwell. Gregory W Noble and fiancé Corina Badger.

Jim retired from a career at Boston Edison for 45 years. He played the trumpet in two marching bands. As a Navy Veteran, he felt a continued commitment to be one of the few who played "Taps" live for Veterans' Funerals in the Boston Area. He loved to share a quaint antidote and/or a joke with everyone he came in contact with and they always walked away with a smile on their face, which made Pop joyful. The only thing that brought more joy to his heart was the love of his "Ginny". His kind, loving soul combined with his thankfulness to God for his terrific outlook on life, was an example for us all.

As Jim had a profound love of music, in lieu of flowers, the family is establishing the Jim "Pop" Noble Scholarship Music Fund to be awarded to a member of the Stoughton High School Marching Band to assist them in pursuing their musical career in College/University. Donations in any amount may be made payable to:
Jim "Pop" Noble Scholarship Music Fund
11 Noble Memory Lane
Alexander, NC 28701


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We will let your spirit live within the band forever.

Posted by Lisa Sawtelle - Canton, MA - Friend   February 27, 2021

Words cannot express how sad it is to lose a band member. Jim was dedicated, friendly, giving, caring about people, wonderful husband, father, grandfather and man of God. What a terrible loss this is. He was from the greatest generation and we can only pray that all of us can be just like the greatest generation was. When we lose a band member, the whole band mourns and the band will never be the same.

Posted by Lisa Sawtelle - Canton, MA - Coworker   February 27, 2021

Such sad news to hear of the passing of our dear, dedicated, happy-go-lucky member and friend of our Canton Band and Oktoberfest Band. Jim always had a kind word for everyone. Was always there for us, rain or shine. It is hard to imagine there being a band activity without him. He will be truly truly missed! Rest in peace my friend, you are truly a Noble man!

Posted by Melita Quesada - North Attleboro, MA - Friend   January 08, 2021


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Such sad news to hear of the passing of our dear, dedicated, happy-go-lucky member and friend of our Canton Band and Oktoberfest Band. Jim always had a kind word for everyone. Was always there for us, rain or shine. It is hard to imagine there being a band activity without him. He will be truly truly missed! Rest in peace my friend, you are truly a Noble man!
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