Saturday, December 14, 2013

William "Bill" E. Noggle (December 11, 2013)

William "Bill" E. Noggle, 60, of Greenville, Passed away on December 11, 2013 at The Village Greene. Bill was born on February 3, 1953 in Dayton, Ohio to the late William and Hazel (Coulter) Noggle.

Bill worked as a sub contractor for Dayton Daily Newspaper, worked for the Conrail railroad and the Carpenter Bus Factory in Richmond, Indiana. He was very patriotic man. He loved the Cincinnati Reds, Cleveland Browns and The Ohio State Football team. Bill was very active in sports especially bowling and golf. Bill enjoyed golf outings and playing euchre with his friends. Bills favorite season was Christmas. He played santa and brought joy to all he knew. He was a NASCAR fan and his favorite driver was Tony Stewart.

Bill is survived by his wife, Ida Jeanette (Miniard) whom he married on June 5, 1998; three sons, Joshua Miniard of Greenville, Donald O'Rock of Dayton, Ohio and Edward and Keri O'Rock of Ft. Bragg, NC; a foster daughter, Julie Huntington of Greenville; mother-in-law, Lena Miniard of Hyden, KY; sister-in-laws, Helen Miniard-Caldwell of Kettering, Ohio and Shirley and Mike Mantell of SW Ranches, Florida; brother-in-law, Bill Miniard of Hyden, KY; best friend, John Crider of Greenville, Ohio; aunt, Sally Houser of New Paris, Ohio; children close to his heart, Courtney, Carmen, Clarissa, Camren, Dakota, Alexa, Aaron and Nathan; Also his special buddy, his dog, Tyson and many other close family and friends.

A celebration of life service will be held on Monday, December 16, 2013 at 2 PM at Braund Pope Funeral Home in New Madison with the Rev. Eric Fee officiating. Family and friends may visit before the service from 12-2PM also at the funeral home. Burial will follow in the Cedar Hill Cemetery, Trotwood, Ohio. Family request donations be given to State of the Heart Hospice in Greenville, donation will be accepted at the funeral home.

Online condolences may be sent to the family at Services entrusted to Braund Pope Funeral Home in New Madison.