Cheryl "Cheri" Lynn Noble, one beautiful lady, age 65 is now flying with the birds she dearly loved.
Cheri lived most of her life in Las Vegas, NV and died at her forever home in Ruby Valley, NV on June 25, 2021.
Cheri was a beloved wife and life partner of William "Bill" Noble whom she shared nearly 50 years of her life spending every day together raising their family and accomplishing goals. Cheri was a hard working and dedicated employee who served in the casino industry as a PBX Operator for 30 years. She later retired in 2002 as a proud member of Teamsters Local 631 after serving in the convention industry for nearly 10 years.
Cheri had a passion for making people feel like they were appreciated and loved even if she had just met them. She had grace, class and a vibrant personality full of life and love. Cheri dearly loved her family but always made room for birds, horses, dogs and a few turtles over the years. She enjoyed camping, fishing, hunting and gardening but most of all she treasured gatherings with her family and friends where she could just be present and laugh with those she loved.
Cheri is survived by her loving family. Husband, William "Bill" Noble, children, Travis Noble, Desiree and (Kirk) Belding, grandchildren, Kaden Noble and Phoenix Belding. Cheri is also survived by her siblings, Dan and (Liz) Darland, Shelly and (Mike) Mason, Diane and (Jim) Baird, Geraldine Minton, Tona Thayer and Stacy Noble and (Ron Harris) as well as many amazing nieces and nephews.
A celebration of life will be held on Cheri's 66th birthday, August 15, 2021 in Ruby Valley, NV at the Harmon's Resort at 5:00 pm. An additional celebration for life will be held in Las Vegas in the fall. Information will be sent to family and friends at that time.
May the radiance and beauty of her soul never be defined by her death and may her family and friends find peace in knowing you were very special and loved by this amazing and beautiful lady. Services are pending.
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Published by Las Vegas Review-Journal on Jul. 17, 2021.