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Obituary - James Lawrence Noe, Jr.



James Lawrence Noe, Jr. son of the late James L. Noe, Sr. and Louise M. Bass Noe was born February 9, 1946 in Marion County, Ky. Noe passed away Friday, February 27, 2015 in Louisville, Ky at the age of 69. 
  
He professed faith in Christ and was a member of Campbellsville Baptist Church for 40 years, where he served as Deacon and Adult Department Director in Sunday School. He also served on the Finance Committee, Long Range Planning, Chairman of the Building Committee of the Family Life Center and remodeling of the Education Building. He has been a member of Pleasant Hill Baptist Church since 2008.

Noe also served his country honorably for six years with the Kentucky National Guard Company B, 1st Battalion 623rd Field Artillery.

He was a partner and later owner of Noe & Ratcliffe Hardware Store for 29 years. Beginning in 1998 he became general manager of Cox Shavings, Inc., in Campbellsville. He has also farmed for his entire life, raising beef cattle and horses, and his hobby was trail riding with his friends.

An active member of his community, he served on the board of Campbellsville-Taylor County Rescue and was a member of the board of trustees at Campbellsville University.

He was a member of Elkhorn Masonic Lodge #568 F & AM and a 32nd degree Shriner.

He united in marriage to Cary Colvin on August 15, 2009. He is survived by his wife, two daughters and one son: Gail McQueary and husband, Paul and Janna Morris of Campbellsville; and James L. (Jamie) Noe III of Fairview, Tenn; one step-daughter, Bethany Sprowles and husband Jeremy of Campbellsville; six grandchildren: Hunter McQueary, Grant McQueary, Kate Morris, Chase Morris, Elizabeth Morris and Brylee Sprowles; one brother, Larry Noe and wife, Beverly of Campbellsville; and many other relatives and friends.

The funeral service will be Monday, Mar.,2 at 11:00 am at the Parrott & Ramsey Funeral Home in Campbellsville, Ky., with Dr. James Jones officiating. The  burial will be at Brookside Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Bill Brewer, Barry Cox, Jimmie Graham, Bobby Milby, Doug Simpson, B.D. Thompson, Wayne Wells, David Whitlock, Danny Wilson and Charles Nolley. Honorary Pallbearers will be George Dearen, Ray Perkins, Eddie Hazelwood, Milton Rogers, Eugene Knifley, Gary Price, Martha Jones, Biff Russell, Hack Marcum, Terry Shively, Terry Martin, Ronnie Sullivan, Mark Mitchell, Buster Williams, Mark Morris, Bill Netherland, Charles Nolley and TNT Sunday School Class of Pleasant Hill Baptist Church.

Expressions of sympathy requested to be in the form of donations to the building fund of Pleasant Hill Baptist Church.


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