Honor Mission
Roy Lawrence Noble
U.S. Army Air Corps - WWII - POW
1st Responder
Eden, NY - 01/02/2020
update - correction of name spelling
 
Mission applies to the following Region(s): Region 1, Region 2
About the Mission: The Patriot Guard Riders have been requested to stand in Honor of another WW-II Hero. Mr. Roy L. Noble of Hamburg passed away on 30 December 2019 at the age of 93.

Mr. Noble served 1 year, 9 months active duty in the US Army Air Corps/ Army Air Forces from 1944-1945, and was attached to the 1020th Army Air Forces Base Unit.  He served over 6 months in the European Theater of Operations. With an MOS of 612-Armorer Gunner, he participated in 4 campaigns/battles: Rome-Arno, Rhineland, North Apennines, and Air Combat Balkans. He participated in an air combat mission in a B-24 over enemy territory in Austria. Mr. Nobel was a German POW for 3-1/2 months from January-April, 1945. He was Honorably Discharged on 17 November 1945 with the rank of Sergeant and earned the following awards:  Purple Heart Medal, Air Medal, POW Medal, Army Good Conduct Medal, American Campaign Medal, European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal w/4 Bronze Battle Stars, WW-II Victory Medal, and 2 Aviation Badges for Aerial Gunner and Air Crew Member.

Mr. Noble also served over 18 years as a Firefighter with the Cleveland Hill Fire Department.

Obituary: https://lakesidefuneralhome.com/tribute/details/2989/Roy-Noble/obituary.html#tribute-start
Primary Staging Date: 01/02/2020
Primary Staging Time: 08:30
AM or PM: am
Staging Location: St. Paul's Lutheran Church
3487 North Boston Road at Route 75
Eden, NY. 14057

https://www.google.com/maps/place/St+Paul's+Lutheran+Church,+3487+N+Boston+Rd,+Eden,+NY+14057/@42.6762962,-78.8571711,15z/data=!4m2!3m1!1s0x89d31cdcdc894391:0x79f563b522d5fdc6
Lead Ride Captain: George Brown
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Special Information: Flag Line for arrival of family and friends.
Memorial Service at 9:30 AM, including Military Honors.
There is no cemetery involved in this Mission, Mr. Noble will be interred at a later date.
Please arrive with a clean 3x5 American, U.S. Army, or U.S.A.F. flag, and dress for the weather.
Please consider starting out the New Year by standing in Honor of WW-II Hero Roy Lawrence Noble, and in support of his very proud and loving family.
Submitted by: Don Higgins, SRC, Region-1
Email of Submitter: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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