Christopher Adam Noble, age 31, of O'Fallon, MO passed away at his home with his parents by his side on December 29, 2020. Christopher was born on March 23, 1989, in St. Charles, MO. He was the son of Richard Noble and Vickey (Hahn) Haegg.
Christopher graduated from Timberland High School. For the past 3 years, Christopher was employed by Henry Masonry where he loved his work of being a hod-carrier. It was said by his co-workers that he was the best hod carrier they have seen in years. Every day he would look forward to getting up and going to work with an incredible bunch of guys who were his co-workers. Their camaraderie, humorous fun and friendship made the day go quick..
Christopher had a strong faith and trust in God. In his spare time he loved to play Monopoly and board games with his son Matthew. He and Matthew would spend time around the fire-pit making smores. Afterwards, they would lay back to gaze at the stars in the night's sky and talk and tell stories. Christopher was a "movie-freak", he enjoyed skateboarding and loved listening to his music. He was also a handyman and could fix anything around the house. Christopher was also known for his cooking skills and knowing his way around the kitchen. He was especially known for making the best biscuits and gravy.
Christopher is survived by his loving mother and step-father, Vickey and Jon Haegg of O'fallon, MO; father, Richard Noble of Troy, MO; son, Matthew Ray Noble; brothers, Richie (Tanea) Noble of Lake St. Louis and Matthew (Lindsay) Noble of Cheyenne, WY; sister, Breeya Haegg of Troy; Nieces, Sierra Stewart, Madelyn Noble; nephew, Aiden Noble; maternal-grandparents, Gary and Pauline Hahn of Mexico, MO; and paternal-grandmother, Katharine Haegg of Springfield, MO. He was preceded in death by his paternal-grandmother, Sharon Farley; and paternal-grandfather, Robert Haegg.
A visitation will be held on Sunday, January 10, 2021, from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm at Newcomer Cremations, Funerals & Receptions, 837 Mid Rivers Mall Drive, St. Peters. A funeral ceremony will immediately follow the visitation at 6:30 pm with Pastor Kendrick Haynes officiating. Christopher will be eulogized by close friend Jacob Piek; brother, Richie Noble; and sister, Breeya Haegg. Christopher will be cremated at a later date.
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