07/10/1946 - 07/07/2021
Interment: Gilbert Memorial Park

Link to services: https://youtu.be/i1p7jS1l-oQ

Irl P. Noble, 74, a resident of Gilbert, Arizona passed away peacefully July 07, 2021. She was born on July 10, 1946 in San Diego, California to Joe D. and Lola Francis (Rumans) Perry.

Irl was a dedicated school teacher and taught kindergarten for the majority of her 32 year career. Family was most important to Irl. She enjoyed spending time with her children and grandchildren. Irl was always involved in church and supported many different charities over the years.

She is preceded in death by her parents and husband, Donald Noble, along with her brother, Burt S. Perry. Survived by a son, Kevin Robert Noble and wife, Heather; daughter, Heather Anne Bullard and husband, Robert; grandchildren, Austin, Luke, Hudson, Whitney, Sierra and Carson; sibling, John Perry and wife Colleen.

The family will receive friends from 10 am-11 am Tuesday, July 13, 2021 at Gilbert Memorial Park, the link for the service is: https://youtu.be/i1p7jS1l-oQ. A reception will follow from 11 am- 12 pm at the same location.


  • Spanovic Family

    Our sincerest and deepest condolences to family and friends on the loss of your beloves Irl. May her memory be eternal.

  • Jan Mackey (now Jones)

    Dear Heather and Kevin,
    Your parents were such wonderful people and I have fond memories from our dinner group. Bless you and yours and may you find comfort in your own memories. Love, Jan (Mackey) Jones

  • Fred & Jo Berneche

    Deepest Sympathy to you Heather and family. We will miss our dear friend and think of her often, Irl brought so much love and caring into my life and a special understanding of my Lord Rest In Peace. Love You ..

  • Susan Abercrombie

    Irl was such a wonderful lady. I was so glad to get to visit her this winter. Such a beautiful person inside and out. She will be missed so much. ❤️❤️❤️

  • Linn and Barbara Fairchild

    Losing friends is one of the worst things about getting older. We love your family and will miss Irl. We have had so many great memories of Shaver Lake, dinner group, Desert Hot Springs, trailer tour of Colorado, and our children growing up together and our friendship. Know that in our hearts we think of you and your family often.

  • Linn,
    Not a day goes by without thinking of all the times we spent together. What a lucky kid I was!
    Wishing you, Barbara, Jason, and your family all the best.

    Thank you for the note, and I hope you and your beautiful girls are doing well. We miss staying connected.

  • Brent & Nydia Heiden

    We are so sorry to hear about the passing of your mom. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  • Travis and Jenny Perry

    We loved uncle Don and aunt Irl so much. We appreciated them having us over and eating their yummy food and being with Kevin and Heather. They were so loving and excepting of us. Thank you so much for sharing your mom with us we love her and your family.

  • Irl was a wonderful woman. Always so giving and so kind. I remember when Brice was in Iraq she’d always ask what she could send him. He got loaded up with his favorite chips and dips and other snacks he could enjoy. And more recently she and I tagged along with the Noble family to Disneyland and we joked about planning for what kind of wine we could enjoy back at the hotel. She will surely be missed down here but is now at home resting in the arms of her beloved husband Don. My deepest condolences to the Noble’s and the Bullard’s and all of her extended family and loved ones.

  • Sandy and Mark Gonsalves

    We were so lucky to have known her and have her for our neighbor even for a short time. We had so many wonderful conversations and the time we spent we will always cherish.

  • Lori Schubert (and Fritz)

    I loved Irl and the way she took care of her family and her fur babies. She will be missed. I am honored to be the one to love Fritz for the rest of his years.

  • Christine Markham

    I will never forget the beautiful letter Irl wrote me inviting me- a stranger at that time- to the Bible study she held in her home. We both believed it was a God thing. Her ability to research Gods word and pull things together for discussion was beautiful. While we saw things through different lenses her love for the Lord and his word was pure. Watching her take her walks daily through legacy with Fritz always with a huge smile on her face even while she bravely faced her cancer. I am certain she is in the presence of Jesus finally at peace.

  • It was a joy to reconnect with my cousin Irl a couple years ago when she traveled to see her Aunt Nell, with whom she shared a birthday twenty one years apart. We reminisced and bonded as cousins can. I will miss being able to rendezvous in Palm Desert again. We had fun times mainly because she was a fun person. I know she is at peace with her Lord, and I pray the same peace upon the family she left behind. She loved you all so well.

  • Frank and Cheryl Mixson

    Please accept our deepest sympathy. Irl was a special lady. We have special memories of when we first met your parents at Seville. I am thankful for a nice visit I had with Irl in the spring. We are out of town and unable to attend the service, very sorry. Please stop by to see us anytime. Praying for all of you.

  • Christine Rietz

    Dear Kevin, Heather, and Families,
    Irl was a very dear person to me and I will stand eternally grateful for having known her. As you know, in retirement, she extended her dedication to teaching by taking people like me under her wing in Bible study. Her love of the Lord was deep and she generously shared that with others. I cherish the years that I was able to spend in study and getting to know this wonderful woman. I know she is rejoicing in all of the glory of heaven where we will meet her again. Love, peace and blessings to you all.

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