Wilfred Gerald Nobles, Jr.
He was born
He belonged to the Sons of
the American Legion. Jerry enjoyed cooking, kyaking,
and spending time with his family and friends. He was the evening manager at
his family business, Deanís Diner.
He was preceded in death by
his daughter, Jerri Lynn Nobles in 1988.
Jerry is survived by his daughter,
Sabrina Harms (Ryan) of Mount Vernon; son, Wilfred Gerald Nobles III of Salvisa, Ky.; his parents, Wilfred and Martha;
grandchildren, Kayla, Malaki, and Nate
Harms; sister, Anita Goff (James) of Mount Vernon; niece, Sarah Reeley (Christopher); and great nephew, Blayke
Memorial services were held
at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 6, 2012 at Point Township Church of the Nazarene
on Bonebank Road in Posey County with the Rev Troy DeKemper officiating.
Visitation was held from until on Saturday at the church.
By Angela Geralds
The body of a missing
"Jerry" Nobles was kayaking Saturday, Sept. 29, when his boat
overturned after coming up on a log jam in the
Crews, including personnel from
Monday, Oct. 1, Nobles'
daughter, Sabrina Harms, said crews had found what they believed to be the body
of her father with SONAR equipment but were still unable to recover him, due to
Tuesday morning, however, Marrs divers recovered the body.
Tuesday night, friends and
family met on
Harms said Nobles had began kayaking in the summer, and it became an activity he enjoyed. In a Facebook post before an August kayaking trip, Nobles said that if it was his last post, he had died doing what he loved.
Friends and loved ones of the family of Jerry Nobles gather
on a rainy, cool