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  1. #31
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    Default Re: Mtn Jack has passed away

    We were honored to meet you and your family as well. Thankyou for being there when SHTF! Stay strong!

    Quote Originally Posted by WhiteFeather View Post
    Everyone should REALLY take some time to read the PAFOA thread about Mtn Jack, his beliefs in the bible and firearms was a Noble example of the price paid in defense of our freedoms and rights can cost. Most importantly he was willing stand up for his convictions to be counted as PATRIOT and stay the course.

    i was fortunate to have the pleasure to meet Mt Jack, his wife and several members of his family, my prayers go out to out to all of you for your loss.

    "Yell it from that Mountain High 'I was Born Free' " ~ Kid Rock

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    Thankyou to everyone for you kind words, thoughts, and prayers.
    Your walk with us throughout Mtn Jacks ordeal both publically and privately was amazingly wonderful & truly gave us much strength and encouragement.
    You all should be proud of yourselves, as we are grateful and proud to be a part of your community.
    I sincerely Thank you!

    While You Honored MtnJack with the Memorial Title, I am truly humbled as it was you all who lifted us!
    I sincerely Thank you!

    MtnJack lived fully as much as possible and outlived his odds with his disease (CLL)
    At his funeral many open carried and his pall bearers wore Dont Tread on Me T-shirt’s to match the one he wore under his flannel. He always wore that shirt to spark sincere discussion.

    If he could have one last message to you, it might be Thank You! Don’t get Stepped on! and Carry On!
    "Yell it from that Mountain High 'I was Born Free' " ~ Kid Rock

  3. #33
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    Renegade! We Love You! Thankyou for becoming our family!
    Quote Originally Posted by renegadephoenix View Post
    I’m completely heartbroken to hear the news of my friend Jack Noble passing away. For those who didn’t know him, he was a true Patriot who stood in the face of a determined Obama and Carried his gun and Bible to an Obama Rally in 2008 in Beaver Co. He was arrested and later acquitted of all charges. I am continuing to pray and keep Janet, Jackee, Julie and Jenna and their families in my thoughts. If you need anything I will be here for you.

    Update:

    http://nollfuneral.com/obituaries/jo...k-a-noble/581/

    Funeral is Open Carry Friendly and Encouraged to honor Mtn Jack. I will be there Sunday Evening and Monday.


    John “Jack” Arthur Noble, 60, of Industry passed away at West Penn Hospital Thursday, September 27, 2018 surrounded by his loving family.

    Born March 1, 1958 in Pittsburgh, he was a son of Arthur and Ruth Noble, Ross Twp. A resident of Industry since 1983, Jack was the owner and operator of Noble Tree and Fence Company, where he was a well-known tree surgeon for 40 years. In his spare time, Jack enjoyed hunting, fishing, woodworking, and sailing on his catamaran. A passionate advocate of the second amendment, he was an avid collector of guns and worked at gunsmithing. Jack was a faithful member of Four Mile Presbyterian Church where he had served as Trustee. Of all his activities, Jack loved spending time with his wife, girls, and being a Pap the most. He was a generous man who welcomed many into his life.

    In addition to his parents Arthur and Ruth, Jack will be greatly missed by his beloved wife of 35 years, Janet Lynn Parker Noble, whom he met in the 9th grade at North Hills High School; three daughters, Jacquelynn “Jackee” (Blane) Sturgeon, Fombell, Julie Lynn (Michael) Fiore, Patterson Heights, and Jenna Elizabeth (Daniel Jena) Noble, Center Twp.; his brother, Wayne (Donna) Noble, MD; sister, Susan Siford, Allison Park; cherished grandchildren, Elsie, Zeike, Lilah, and Otto Sturgeon, Victor Jack Fiore, and Evelynn Clare Jena; Godson, Bryan Siford, Allison Park; along with numerous loved nieces and nephews, his wife’s family, and many friends.

    Friends will be received Sunday, September 30, 2018 from 12 p.m. until 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. until 8 p.m. in the Noll Funeral Home, Inc., 333 Third St., Beaver. A funeral service will be conducted by his pastor, Reverend R. Martin Williams Monday, October 1, 2018 at 11 a.m. at Four Mile Presbyterian Church, Brighton Twp. Online condolences may be shared at nollfuneral.com.

    In lieu of flowers, the family requests that memorial contributions in Jack’s name be made to Four Mile Presbyterian Church, 6078 Tuscarawas Road, Beaver, PA 15009, or Firearm Owners Against Crime, PO Box 1111, McMurray, PA 15317 or FOAC-Pac.org/donate.
    "Yell it from that Mountain High 'I was Born Free' " ~ Kid Rock

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    Lyrics that played as MtnJack was Carried Away

    Fast, on a rough road riding
    High, through the mountains climbing
    Twisting, turning further from my home.
    Young, like a new moon rising
    Fierce, through the rain and lightning
    Wandering out into this great unknown.
    And I don't want no one to cry, but tell em'
    If I don't survive
    I was born free
    I was born free
    I was born free
    Born Free
    Free, like a river raging
    Strong, if the wind I'm facing.
    Chasing dreams and racing father time.
    Deep like the grandest canyon,
    Wild like an untamed stallion.
    If you can't see my heart you must be blind.
    You can knock me down and watch me bleed
    But you can't keep no chains on me.
    I was born free
    I was born free
    I was born free
    Born Free
    And I'm not good at long goodbyes but look down
    Deep into my eyes.
    I was born free!
    Hey yaya yayaya
    Oh hoo
    Calm facing danger
    Lost, like an unknown stranger
    Grateful for my time with no regrets.
    Close to my destination
    Tired, frail and aching
    Waitin' patiently for the sun to set
    And when its done believe that
    I will yell it from that mountain high
    I was born free
    I was born free
    I was born free
    Born Free
    And I will vow to the shining seas
    And celebrate God's Grace on me.
    I was born free
    I was born free
    I was born free
    Born Free
    Oh, oh oh oh wah hoo
    Songwriters: Marlon Young / Robert J Ritchie
    Born Free lyrics © Kobalt Music Publishing Ltd.
    "Yell it from that Mountain High 'I was Born Free' " ~ Kid Rock

  5. #35
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    Default Re: Mtn Jack has Passed away.

    Quote Originally Posted by Emptymag View Post
    For those members of the forum who are unaware of who this man was, and the legal fight he endured...
    http://forum.pafoa.org/showthread.php?t=31196
    Hopefully this doesn't stir up sad feelings, but today marks one year since our friend's passing.

    I know you are missed by many.

  6. #36
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    Default Re: Mtn Jack has Passed away.

    Aw man, what a sad bump.

    I never met him, but he always seemed like a great guy on the forum.

  7. #37
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    Default Re: Mtn Jack has Passed away.

    Never met him but Ive been here long enough.
    Keep shootin Mtn Jack

  8. #38
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    My favorite Mtn Jack story: Many years ago my wife was driving a van full of 2A activists back from the rally in Harrisburg. Jack asked if she wanted him to spell her at the wheel. They ended up in Ohio.

    Second favorite: Many years ago a group of us were "debriefing" at a local dining establishment after our IDPA match. A young jerk with more alcohol than common sense in his system grabbed for Jack's gun. Jack flattened him with one punch.
    Domari Nolo

  9. #39
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    Default Re: Mtn Jack has Passed away.

    Geez I was in Yosemite NP last year when this happened.

    RIP

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    Default Re: Mtn Jack has Passed away.

    Quote Originally Posted by Emptymag View Post
    For those members of the forum who are unaware of who this man was, and the legal fight he endured...
    http://forum.pafoa.org/showthread.php?t=31196
    I was unaware. Didn't think I missed much on this forum, but guess I was wrong.
    "Cives Arma Ferant"

    "I know I'm not James Bond, that's why I don't keep a loaded gun under the pillow, or bang Russian spies on a regular basis." - GunLawyer001

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