Our Sincere Sympathy

Marvin Dean Noblett
March 5, 1917 - August 13, 2000

     Marvin Noblett, former Pontotoc and longtime resident of Hughes County died Sunday, August l3, 2000 at 3:00 A.M. in the Norman Regional Hospital following a major surgery.  Mr. Noblett was born in Carson, OK on March 5, 1917 to Joseph  Monroe Noblett and Anna Richard (Ray) Noblett.  He attended Atwood and Moss schools, graduating from Moss in 1935.  In 1939, he and Lennie Leola Callaway married and he begin establishing a farming career that spanned many years.  In 1960 he moved his family to the Ada area seeking a better way to make a living and so his children would have a chance to attend college.  He worked in and around the Ada area at various jobs until 1971, at which time, he began working for the OG&E Seminole plant at Konowa, OK.  He worked there until his retirement in 1982.   After retirement, the Nobletts continued to live in and around the Ada area until January 2000 when they moved to Elmore City, OK to be near their daughter, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. 

     Mr. Noblett is survived by his wife, Lennie, of the home; one son, Rickey Lynn Noblett and wife Elizabeth of Harrah, OK; one daughter, Marva Eulene (Noblett) Teakell and husband, Royce of Elmore City, OK; three grandsons, Marty Teakell , Mickey Teakell and wife, Amy of Elmore City and David Noblett of Harrah;  one granddaughter, Kelly Anna (Teakell) Monroe and husband Roylyn of Wichita Falls, TX;  two great-grandchildren, Mara Kate and Devin Scott Monroe of Wichita Falls, TX;  one sister Lillie Bailey of Amity, AR and many, many other relatives and a host of friends. 

     Services were held August 16, 2000, at 2:00 P.M. at the Morris Memorial Baptist Church, Latta Road, Ada, OK with Rev. Michael Calhoun of Latta and Dr. Bruce McCray , FBC Elmore City, officiating.  Interment was at the Holdenville Cemetery under the direction Hudson-Phillips Funeral Home.  A short graveside service was held at 4:00 P.M. for  those friends and relatives in the Holdenville area who could not attend the service in Ada.