Peter N. Nobel, age 75, died at his home in Dorr Tuesday, Nov. 14, just two days prior to his 76th birthday.
Peter is survived by his wife of 51 years, Ruth; his children, Abigail Nobel, Naomi (John) Chesebro, Priscilla (Brian) Boot, Eve (Ken) Atkinson; Charity (Travis) Grassmid, Luke (Andrea) Nobel, Hope Nobel, Hannah (Nick) Doornbos; grandchildren, Mercy, Ruthie, Peter, Gideon, Andrew, Christiana, Patience Chesebro; Julia, Timothy, Damaris, Susanna, Jared, Maria, Faith, Tabitha, Charis Boot; Miriam, Nathan, Job, Lydia, Sarah, Joanna, Sylvia, Stephan, Jemima, David, Seth, Rhoda Atkinson, Jessica, Esther, Lindsey, Alicia, Joseph Grassmid; Christopher, Lucillia Nobel; Charlotte Doornbos; brothers and sisters, Arie Nobel, Mary (Tom) Hoekstra, Faith (Ron) Bosserman, Joyce Davids, Phyllis (David) Mulder, Jacqueline (Donald) Jonker, Janice (Justin) Otten, John Nobel, Dennis (Kim) Nobel; sisters-in-law and brothers-in-law, Hulda Kuiper, Henry Kuiper, Velerie Kuiper, Celia (Gerald) Feenstra, Harlow (Judy) Kuiper; numerous nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his son Samuel; his parents, Arie and Everdene Nobel; parents-in-law, Henry and Winnie Kuiper; brothers-in-law, Ron VanderBent, Clarence Davids, Dale Kuiper; sisters-in-law, Sybel Nobel and Trudy Kuiper.
A private family committal at Dorr Cemetery, officiated by Rev. Jeph Nobel, will precede the memorial service at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 18, at Bethany United Reformed Church, 5401 Byron Center Ave. SW, with Rev. Travis Grassmid and Seminarian Justin Nobel officiating.
The family will greet visitors from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 17, at Bethany United Reformed Church.
Memorial contributions may be made to the Institute for Creation Research or Bibles for Malawi through New Hope Reformed Fellowship.