Deborah Ann Noble, 68, of Littlestown died Friday May 17, at her home with her family by her side. She was the wife of Bernie A. Noble of Littlestown for 50 years. Born Dec. 19, 1950, in Gettysburg, Deb was the daughter of the late James L. Rhoades Sr. and Jane (King) Rhoades.

Deb was a 1968 graduate of Littlestown High School, and a graduate of Bradley Academy of the Arts. She was an interior designer and a phlebotomist at Gettysburg Hospital.

She was a supervisor at Carroll County Hospital and taught introduction to phlebotomy at Carroll County Community College.

Surviving in addition to her husband is her son Tige Justin (T.J.) Noble and wife Lisa of Littlestown; her daughters, Tiffany K. Ditzler and husband John of Holton, Kansas, and Tenille B. Moore and husband Steve of Westminster, Md.; her five grandchildren, Trey and Tanner Noble, Emily Ditzler, and Tyler and Cooper Moore; and her brother James L Rhoades Jr. and Sue of Littlestown.

Deb was a member of St. John’s Lutheran Church of Littlestown where she was a member of the women’s Bible Study Group, and a member of the Littlestown High School Football Boosters. She liked arts and crafts, traveling and spending time with her family, especially her grandchildren.

There will be a memorial service July 6 at her church at 11 a.m. with her pastor, the Rev. Rebecca Ajer-Frantz, officiating.

Contributions have been asked to go to St. John’s Lutheran Church, 665 St. John’s Road, Littlestown, PA 17340; The Littlestown Football Boosters Club, 575 Mengus Mill Road, Littlestown, PA 17340; or VNA of Hanover & Spring Grove, 440 N. Madison St., Hanover, PA 17331.

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