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Noble Hobbs

Noble Ray Hobbs

Friday, April 29th, 1966 - Thursday, October 22nd, 2020
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Noble Ray Hobbs was born April 29, 1966 to the proud parents of Marshall S. Hobbs, Sr. and Dorothy Marie Speed in Houston, Texas.

Education was a staple for the life of this aspiring young man and he matriculated through the public school system and was a proud graduate of the 1984 class of Green B. Trimble Technical High School, where he was a linebacker for the Mighty Bulldogs football team. He attended Arlington Technical Institute in 1991, where he obtained a Certificate of Completion.

He met and married the Love of His life, the former Julia Demetrice Palmer on September 4, 1993.
Their love of a blended family blossomed as God honored them in 1996 with a double blessing, twin
boys, born to their union, and they continued to rear their children in a Godly home. He was a loving
husband, doting father, even coaching his sons little league football team. He loved people genuinely,
never met a stranger, had an infectious laugh, loved Top Golf, watching movies with his wife, whom
he affectionately called “Jew”, the Jewel of his heart, he enjoyed riding motorcycles and was part of the
Lion of Judah Motorcycle Club of Fort Worth, loved singing and preaching the Gospel. He worked
hard and provided for his family as an Installer for Kelstar in Fort Worth, Texas.

Noble accepted Christ at a young age, growing up as a “PK.” a Preacher’s Kid, he continued to grow in
faith. Under the tutelage of his Father, his love for Christ grew and, he accepted his call to Ministry
and was licensed in 1996 by his father, Presiding Elder, Dr. Marshall S. Hobbs, Sr. at Bethel African
Methodist Episcopal Church in Dallas, Texas. This foundation launched an even greater passion to
lead others to Christ. Noble and his family united with Greater Mt. Tabor Christian Center and serve
faithfully in the ministry. In 2003, Noble was ordained and prepared for the Pastoral Ministry at
Greater Mount Tabor Christian Center in Fort Worth, Texas by Founding Pastor E.L. Bowman.

Together with his wife and family, Pastor Hobbs founded New Vision International Ministries in Fort
Worth in 2003. He continued to serve faithfully, aligning with other Generals of the Faith such as
Bishop Reginald D. Jordan, Founding Prelate of Churches In Covenant of Fort Worth, Inc. and the
current Prelate, Bishop Rodney G. Gamble and Unity Fellowship Alliance of Churches under Apostle
Terry Williams of Virginia Beach, VA., where he was elevated to Regional Pastor of the State of Texas
in 2019. Pastor Hobbs continued to be a loving Shepherd impacting the lives of others and bringing
increase to the Kingdom of God until he heard the final call for elevation on October 22, 2020, when he
was given his reward of Eternal Life.

He is preceded in death by his brother-in-law, William Gilbert, Sr. and his loving mother, Dorothy
Marie Speed, who earned her wings September 20, 2020
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He leaves to cherish his memories his loving wife of 27 years, First Lady Julia Hobbs; their children,
Antwaine L. Hobbs (Mary), Ke’Che R. McDonald, Shondrayla K. McDonald, Ra’Vaughn D. Hobbs
and De’Vaughn D. Hobbs; seven grandchildren, Zyranae, Zyion, Xylah, Sadie Rae, Dawn, Raileen and
Jamere; his father, Dr. Marshall S. Hobbs, Sr. (Patricia Greaty P.), his brother, Rev. Marshall D.
Hobbs, Jr.; sisters, LaCrisia Hobbs-Gilbert, Monica Hobbs-Woods (Duane) and Falecia Hobbs; New
Vision International Ministries; a host of aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Thursday, October 29th, 2020 | 1:00pm - 5:00pm
    When
    Thursday, October 29th, 2020 1:00pm - 5:00pm
    Location
    The Major Funeral Home & Chapel of Fort Worth
    Address
    9325 South Freeway
    FORT WORTH, TX 76140
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    Notes
    Mask and/or face coverings required
  • Service

    Friday, October 30th, 2020 | 11:00am
    When
    Friday, October 30th, 2020 11:00am
    Location
    Good Shepherd Temple of Praise
    Address
    5625 Good Shepherd Way
    FORT WORTH, TX 76119
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    Notes
    Mask and/or face covers required. Service will be live on Good Shepherd Temple of Praise Facebook-live
  • Interment

    Location
    Cedar Hill Memorial Park
    Address
    8301 Mansfield Hwy
    ARLINGTON, TX 76001
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Kelly Grissom

Posted at 11:06pm
I’m so sorry for ya’lls loss.. Our family Noble many years ago when he installed Direct Tv for us.. my daughter and I loved him instantly.. He would help us here and there with our TVs when we were having issues with our TVS.. He would always give incredible advice to our daughter and he and her would totally pick on me.. I’m sorry I never took Noble up on his invite to his church.. You could tell how much he loved his kids and family...

Again, my whole family is so sadden and heartbroken by Nobles loss..
prayers and hugs
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Felicia Moss

Posted at 01:42am
My sincere condolence. May God continue to be with you during this difficult time and beyond. You and the family are in my prayers.
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Posted at 08:28pm
For Antwaine and his family, our thoughts and prayer are with you.
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Pastor Charles and Lady Tramita Reid

Posted at 01:50am
With heartfelt condolences, Praying for your comfort during this season! - Kingdom Life Church - Killeen
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Ken & La Wanda Hurst

Posted at 11:06pm
His laugh, his smile, his love for his wife, his love for his church and ....he loved my parents! Pastor Noble Hobbs is already missed. We thank God for crossing our path. Rest well my friend. We will see you again!
Ken & La Wanda Hurst
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