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Condolences for Steven K. Noblitt


Want to thank every one expecially all of Steve's Former College Friends for helping me through all the tough times with Steve's passing. Also to Diane and Jacob for making me feel so loved and a part of your family. I want to let you all know that Steve talked alot about his college years all the time and there was never a bad thought mentioned. Bruce and his wife. He loved them so much I feel I know them. He loved them like they were family. Jacob. He was so proud of you and you meant more to him then life it self. I am so glad you and him got the chance to go to the wrestling bash together. Diane he always wanted to make sure you were happy. I am so glad I got the chance to meet you and we became friends. To Steve's Mother. I wish we could have met a better circumstances. He talked alot of great things about you. I was truly looking forward to meeting you this Christmas. Thanks to everyone for being a wonderful friend and family and person to me. Please keep in touch. I will love him forever. Steved Noblitt was a true gentleman and one of a kind. I am so glad I got the chance to be his girlfriend.
From Brenda Hammersley

Diane and Jacob, my thoughts are with you. To live in hearts we leave behind Is not to die. ~Thomas Campbell, "Hallowed Ground" Steve lives in your hearts. Blessings.
From Katherine Erickson

To all who have left their comments here...we want to thank everyone for their condolences, thoughts and prayers. Everyone has been so supportive during this troubling time. It is wonderful to hear especially from those who Steve so often remembered but had fallen out of touch with. You were all very loved and influential in his life as well. Thank you all! God Bless...
From Jacob & Diane Noblitt

Our heartfelt sympathy goes out to the Noblitt family. Steve was a student of mine at University High School in Greeley. He was also one of my baseball players. Steve didn't have the greatest athletic ability, but he never lacked for dedication and trying. I don't think that Steve ever had a bad day. He was always smiling and upbeat. Steve was as sincere and honest as any person I have ever known. There aren't any words that can ease the grief of his family, but please know that all of you are in our thoughts and prayers.
From Greg & Judy Pierson

Steve lived above us in Mankato, MN in the Hubbell Crossing Apts (In the late 1980's and early 1990's). I remember when his hero, his father, passed away. Steve and I spent many moments talking to one another about his work, beliefs and interests. We spent a lot of time with him and Diane. It was a joy when Jake his son was born. After moving away, he and his family visited us in Mankato and later in Lone Star, East Texas. We love Steve and will miss him very much.
From Rick and Dorothy Monds

I met Steve and his family at his Uncle Patrick's Memorial Service in Kansas. As a long time Harrold Family friend, I pray that Steve is at peace. God bless you all. Chuck Jett
From Chuck Jett

With our sincere sympathy in the passing of cousin Steven.Remember him as a youngster being talkative and with alot of personality. You could tell he liked people and helping them too.Please know that many thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time. He loved his family and was so proud of his son Jacob.He has touched alot of lives and will be missed by many but he will live on in spirit for all of you.In peace and Love,Lee and Herb Brock
From Lee and Herb

My prayers are with you Jacob and Diane, and to all of the family.
From Jean Hass

So saddened to hear of Steve's passing. What a gentle and sweet man--good memories of his kind smile. He will be truly missed by all his old classmates! We will be praying for the whole family, that the Lord will bring you peace.
From Patty "Convery" Geisinger, BC

My prayers are with Steve's family. I will miss his daily presence in the Onalaska Library. He had a contagious laugh that I will especially miss. God bless him and I hope he is at peace.
From Lynda Mueggenborg

My thoughts and prayers are with the Noblitt family. I had the great fortune to meet Steve at Benedictine. He was a sweet, loving, very funny person and I will never forget him.
From Wendy Theiling Snow

To Steve's family and dear friend Brenda. I knew Steve when we went to Benedictine together. He was a true gentleman. He was really good about standing up for the underdog...which was me from time to time. He was a real blessing to know. A gentle and joyful spirit. I am so sorry that I didn't have a chance to get back in touch with him before he passed away. You are all in my prayers as you go through these difficult times of mourning. God bless each of you and may He comfort you.
From Mary Schneider-Pershing

My thoughts and prayers to Steves family. I knew him in college and he was a great friend. He was a wonderful person! God bless!
From Cheryl Lindteigen