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Gregory Martin Noble
11/14/1969 — 02/06/2023
From Sequim, WA
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Gregory Martin Noble
Some people have a special energy. An energy that brightens a room when they walk in. An energy that attracts others to them and makes you immediately like them. Our Greg Noble had such an energy. It was his kindness. His humor. His genuineness.
Greg was born on November 14, 1969, in Richland, Washington. He departed his earthly life on February 6, 2023, in Sequim, Washington.
Greg graduated from Kamiakin High School in Kennewick, Washington in 1988. He was a gifted athlete from an early age and received a football scholarship to Lewis & Clark College, and eventually went on to the University of Idaho. Greg got his surveyor’s license while living in San Luis Obispo, California and enjoyed and worked on many projects over the years.
Greg was preceded in death by his parents, Becky and Gary Ripplinger and his Grandparents Dick and Betty Noble. He is survived by his partner of 18 years, Michelle with whom he owned Noble Farm Animal Sanctuary. He is also survived by Michelle’s children Raven Cerna, Nathan Allgaier, Jewel Allgaier as well as his big loving Noble family and his three beloved dogs Roxy, Otter, and Ninja.
Greg enjoyed fishing and hiking, spending time with his animals and teaching skateboarding to Nathan. Greg had an immense love for music and was a very talented guitarist. He is greatly missed.
In lieu of flowers, please donate to the Noble Animal Sanctuary nobleanimalsanctuary.org.
I got to know and love you when we worked together in San Luis Obispo. We all have our demons but yours have become angels with love who have enveloped you with their wings for eternity. May you rest with peace and know you are always in our hearts.
There’s a big space where a lot of laughs and music used to be. Greg was my brother. For thirty years, in Washington and California, we bonded over music, surfing, food, friendship, and looking out for each other. I’m going to miss him forever. He was a loyal friend with a true compass, and there will never be another like him.
My heart aches with his loss but I have great joy and love of this incredible guy’s 53 years with this proud auntie! Greg is the greatest gift that Becky gave to our family and blessed the world. We all have so many happy memories of this beautiful soul.
Grief is another form of love. Share your memories and tears of joy and pain with family and friends. I knows words don’t take away the pain of losing Greg but hopefully they find a way to give you comfort when you need it. Our thoughts are with you as you move through each day.