Lillie Dian Thomas Nobles a resident of Georgetown, Alabama born on October 25, 1963 in Mobile, Alabama passed away tragically on November 5, 2021. Dian had been a resident of Georgetown for over 20 years she was a staple of the Georgetown and neighboring Semmes community. Dian had been a homemaker for many years, she was also a devoted mother and mimi. She had been a member and faithful attender of The River Church for many years. Dian was an avid volunteer of the Semmes schools and a host of many other volunteer activities. She is preceded in death by her father, Johnny Aaron Stevens, grandmother, Allie McIlwain, beloved Aunt, Opal Daughtery and husband of 31 years, Thomas (Tommy) Leon Nobles.
Left to cherish her memories are her children Chasity (Casey) Phelps of Saraland, Brett (Morgan) Nobles of Wilmer, Alesha (Jake) Henley of West Mobile, Drayten Nobles of Wilmer; seven grandchildren, Emma Phelps, Tatum Nobles, Alleigh Henley, Jace Henley, Tucker Henley, Conor Phelps and Olivia Nobles; very dear to her heart, Judy Henderson; very close friends, Debbie Rogers and Donna Johnston many other friends and family are left to cherish her memories.
Funeral services will be held Friday November 12, 2021 at Lott Road Church of God from 10:00-1:00 funeral will begin at 1:00 with a graveside following at Valhalla memorial Cemetery. Services will be performed by longtime pastors and very dear friend of the family Kenny Fillingim and RJ Wynn. Pallbearers Odell Chestang, Derek Guy, Aaron Jordan, Brandon Presnall, Josh O Shea, Terry Hall. Honorary pallbearer Randy Strickland.
The family would also like to thank the numerous friends, Communities of Semmes and Georgetown, Lott Road Church, The River Church and many others for the outpouring of love and support they have received during this tragic time.
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