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Grandpa & Grandma Noble

Memorial created 01-13-2007 by
Donna Noble
Kyle Richard Noble
November 10 1998 - December 29 2006

PLEASE CHECK BACK EACH WEEKEND AS I CHANGE THE PICTURES IN KYLE'S PHOTO ALBUM. This online memorial was created in loving memory of Kyle Noble, whose life story is told throughout this memorial website. Please sign Kyle's guest book and let us know you came to visit. We will remember Kyle forever.

Kyle R Noble of Grove City, Ohio, wonderful son, brother and grandson passed away Friday, December 29, 2006 at Children's Hospital. Kyle was a brave young man and would not let any obstacles stand in his way. He was wise beyond his 8 years and was quite a ladies' man. He used he called his "charms" to make others feel better and happier. Kyle's spirit and courage were easy to see. He lit up a room with his smile and his laughter was pure music. Even in the midst of his own pain and suffering, he was concerned for others and did whatever he could do to help others. In the true spirit of Kyle wanting to help others, we are asking for contributions in Kyle's memory to the Kyle R Noble Scholarship Fund c/o of the The Oley Foundation or to Columbus Children's Hospital Foundation in Kyle's name. This fund will be used to help children suffering from chronic pain. We were unable to grant Kyle's wish for one day without severe pain so we want to help other children be pain free. Our family would like to thank Michelle "Belle" Trunick-Sebben, Kyle's caregiver of 5 years, Dr. Jane Balint-who always did what was best for Kyle, Kendra Lavan and Mary Miller for their love of Kyle. Jen Rogers and the Pain Service Team for going above and beyond to make Kyle pain free, and his loving pediatrician Dr. Brad Dickson.

 

Kyle sufferd from a complex1 mitochondrial disorder. Kyle struggled heroically to beat his Mitochondrial Disorder. ^Kyle^ lost his battle on December 29, 2006 at the age of 8 years 1 month and 18 days. He was/is the Light of My life. He was the bravest and strongest boy yet at the same time very kind and loving. His smile could light up a room and I am sure Heaven is brighter because he is there. He LIVED more in his short 8 years here on earth than most people do in a life time. He never let the chronic pain he endured stop him from LIVING his life to the fullest.His laugh was infectious and he had many charms that he worked on the female employees of Columbus Children's Hospital. A charmer Kyle was and IS. Kyle's mitochondrial disorder caused him to have a central line (IV) for his nutrition(TPN). He had a gtube to drain his stomach and a jtube to vent and an ileostomy. He also suffered from a neutrophil chemotaxsis disorder a type of immune deficiency.Kyle suffered a life altering infection in May 2004. As a result of the infection Kyle lost both his thumbs and his right leg below the knee and his left leg through the knee. Please sign the guestbook and let us know that you stopped by Kyle's page. Please look at the page titled Mitochondrial Disorders to learn about Mitochondrial Disorders. You can visit www.umdf.org to read more about these devestating disorders. You can learn more about tube feeding and IV nutrition by visiting the Oley Foundation website at www.oley.org. The Oley Foundation was instrumental in helping us realize that Kyle could live a full and active life on TPN. After learning about Oley it was never said that Kyle didn't do things other kids did-we just did them smart. If you are interested you can make a donation to the Kyle R Noble Scholarship Fund by contacting the Oley Foundation. This scholarship will be used to help a student who has overcome the challengings of being on TPN or tube feeds attend college. Fill not your hearts with pain and sorrow, but remember me in every tomorrow. Remember the joy, the laughter, the smiles, I've only gone to rest a little while. Although my leaving causes pain and grief, my going has eased my hurt and given me relief. So dry your eyes and remember me, not as I am now, but as I used to be. Because, I will remember you all and look on with a smile. Understand, in your hearts, I've only gone to rest a little while. As long as I have the love of each of you, I can live my life in the hearts of all of you.

 

Precious Child of Mine In my dreams, you are alive and well Precious child, precious child In my mind, I see you clear as a bell Precious child, precious child In my soul, there is a hole That can never be filled But in my heart, there is hope 'Cause you are with me still In my heart, you live on Always there never gone Precious child, you left too soon Tho' it may be true that we're apart You will live forever... in my heart In my plans, I was the first to leave Precious child, precious child But in this world, I was left here to grieve Precious child, my precious child In my soul, there is a hole That can never be filled But in my heart there is hope And you are with me still In my heart you live on Always there never gone Precious child you left too soon, Tho' it may be true that we're apart You will live forever... in my heart God knows I want to hold you, See you, touch you And maybe there is a heaven And someday I will again Please know you are not forgotten until then In my heart you live on Always there never gone Precious child you left too soon Tho' it may be true that we're apart You will live forever... in my heart

 

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