Bret Anthony Noble

Bret Noble of Wentzville passed away on Thursday, July 20th, 2023 at the age of 27 years.
He is survived by his wife, Matilyn Noble of Wentzville; parents, Bret Anthony Noble, Sr. and Christine Noble of Wright City; sister, Madison Noble of Wright City; grandmother, Cheryl Noble of O’Fallon; aunts and uncles, Michael and Karen Noble, Darren and Missy Noble, Russell and Pam Schwamle, and Carl and Kelly Manzella; parents-in-law, Matthew Voss of Wentzville, and Denise and Mike Dudenhoeffer of Linn; siblings-in-law, Mike and Amber Helbig of Montgomery City, Jesse and Meagan Goodfellow of Wentzville, Chris Voss of St. Charles, and Andrew Voss of Wentzville; niece and nephews, Jaedon and Bennett Helbig, Elsie, Owen, and Tucker Goodfellow, and Quinton Voss.  
Bret Noble was born on May 4th, 1996, National Star Wars Day, which he took great pride in, as he was the biggest fan. His playful spirit resonated with his niece and nephews, sharing his Star Wars love with them. No matter what the kids needed or wanted to do, Uncle Bret was more than willing to put a smile on their faces. Anyone that was close to Bret, felt a sense of home and comfort. His positive personality and bright smile were infectious. He was kind, patient, and gentle, but his greatest attribute of all was how intentional he was in everything he did.  
During his time as an employee for Bluegrass Lawncare, he showed an incredibly strong work ethic and was always willing to go the extra mile to make sure the job was completed. Even though he worked hard, he played harder. Bret loved spending time with his wife and family, traveling all over the world to places such as the Bahamas, Puerto Rico, The Dominican Republic, and several U.S. States. He also enjoyed spending his time outdoors, hunting, fishing, and playing sports. He had a natural, gifted athletic ability and was good at anything he undertook. Overall, Bret appreciated the simple things in life and did not worry about materialistic things. He put his whole being into the memories and moments he could make with his friends and family. He will be deeply missed, we will continue to carry on his legacy, and one day meet him again in a galaxy far, far away.  
Bret Noble was preceded in death by his grandparents, Michael Noble, Sr. and Harold and Carol Ege.
The visitation and funeral were held on Friday, July 28 at Pitman Funeral Home in Warrenton.