Carter Funeral Home humbly announces the transition of Mr. Larry Michael Nobles, 63, of Union Springs, Alabama. Affectionately known as “Dobey,” Larry peacefully transitioned into eternity on September 19, 2020, at his residence in the Sardis Community.
Celebration of Life Services and Interment was held Saturday, September 26, 2020, at noon at the Mt. Coney Missionary Baptist Cemetery of Midway. Bishop Cornell Nobles of God’s Promise Ministries, Montgomery, Alabama, delivered the message of comfort and acceptance. Public visitation was held Friday, September 25, 2020, from 2:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. at Carter Funeral Home of Union Springs, Alabama.
All services and visitations were conducted exercising prescribed social distancing protocols. Facial coverings for all attendees were mandated per the Governor of the State of Alabama’s executive order.
Larry Michael Nobles was born November 26, 1956, in East Chicago, Indiana, to the late Richard and Nettie Pearl Nobles. He confessed Christ at an early age at Mount Coney Baptist Church in Midway, Alabama. Larry attended Merritt School. Later, he graduated from Bullock County High School in the Class of 1976.
He started his lifelong career in 1976 at the Diversified Products of Opelika, Alabama, until closing. Afterward, he was employed by Beauliah of America until closing. He retired at Bonnie Plants in Union Springs, Alabama, after his health failed.
Larry was preceded in death by his parents, Richard and Nettie Nobles, and two brothers, Charles and Richard Nobles. Larry leaves to cherish his memories his devoted and loving wife of forty-one years, Dorothy Nobles, Union Springs, Alabama; three devoted sons, Larry Terrell Nobles, Midway, Alabama, Steven Nobles and Brandon Micheal Nobles, both of Union Springs, Alabama; three special loving and caring daughters, Cassandra (Robert) Williams, Precious Nobles and Amber Nobles, all of Union Springs, Alabama; seventeen grandchildren, Larry Nobles, Jr., Deon Nobles, Jakerria Jackson, Zoriya Nobles, Darion Robbins, JeDarian Robbins, Xiomara Williams, Kendell Williams, Milania Williams, Jacob Nobles, Shantrell Nobles, Harmoni Nobles, Travonte Nobles, Kayveon Pugh, Lakeldrie Pugh, Kyrie M. Nobles and Brayden Nobles; one great-grandchild, Legend Nobles; three loving brothers, Marvin (Sheryl) Nobles, Birmingham, Alabama; Cornell (Claire) Nobles, Montgomery, Alabama and Kelvin (Shirley) Nobles, Mobile, Alabama; two loving sisters, Vanessa (Robert) Peak, Mobile, Alabama and Carolyn (Johnny) Clements, Manassas, Virginia; three brothers-in-law, Sammy (Darlene) Cooks, Montgomery, Alabama; Kenneth (Judy) Cooks, and Albert Cooks, all of Union Springs, Alabama; six sisters-in-law, Diane (Leonard) Rodgers, Beverly (Marvin) Parker, Carolyn Cooks, Kimberly (Dewayne) Dickerson, Kamethia (Carlos) Stanley, and Swanja Williams, all of Union Springs, Alabama; along with a host of nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles, cousins, other relatives and friends.
The Staff of Carter Funeral Home is honored to support the Family of Mr. Larry Michael Nobles, with End of Life Services.