Joseph Rodney DeNoon

January 6, 1939 - September 24, 2021

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JOSEPH RODNEY DENOON – Jan. 6, 1939 – Sept. 24, 2021 On September 24, 2021, Joseph Rodney DeNoon also known as Papa Joe, entered Heaven the way he lived his life; with courage, dignity and grace. He entered his last days on this earth with the mindset of Phil. 4:13, “I can do all thingsContinue Reading

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Sandra Barker left a message on October 7, 2021:
All my thoughts and love are with at this time of your loss. I love you
David Prothro left a message on September 28, 2021:
Rodney was a great guy and so much fun. He could keep you laughing. As a boy of six or seven, Rodney and I would chase coyotes on the sand dunes near Stanton. My mother, Audrey and Rodney’s mother Alma were sisters. Always enjoyed time with the DeNoon family. May God give comfort to his family. Love to all of you. David
Maurice Petree left a message on September 27, 2021:
Diana, Words cannot express my sorrow of hearing about your, and our loss of Rodney. He was one of my best friends. We spent so many wonderful times together. He was one of the most popular and dependable of our class of 1958. A great athlete, in football, basketball, and track. I can still see him as the Center of our basketball team, he excelled even wearing a back brace. I have attempted to contact you by phone, but have been unable to get through as the number I have was not a working number.I would very much appreciate it if you could call me on my cell 713-256-7161 or home 979-627-7050, as our class mates would like to reach out to you to express our condolences.
Kimberly Baker left a message on September 26, 2021:
I remember when Papa Joe joined the family (by marrying my Aunt Diana). He loved us like we were his very own. His laughter was always big and filled the room, inviting us to join him in it. Papa Joe will be missed. Praise Jesus we don't have to say good-bye, just see you later. Aunt Diana, we love you bunches. I pray that you and your children, grands, and greats are all able to take comfort in knowing that he is no longer in pain, and that in Christ Jesus will see him again.
Sully Sullivan left a message on September 26, 2021:
We knew Joe from working with him for Mobil Oil. Joe was a good friend during our working years and, after retirement, we kept in touch off and on by phone. Sully and Joe could spend more time on the phone than two girls. When we lived in MS., Joe and Diane came up in their motor home. He had intended to go to work for the Casinos but the hydraulic jacks on his motor home froze and he said that was enough for him and he left. We still kept in touch and on one of our visits to Midland we drove over to Snyder and visited with Joe and Diane. His disease was taking it's toile on our friend and we were saddened to leave him. Joe was a good friend and one that will be sorely missed. Diane ,you and the family will be in our prayers. Joe is no longer suffering but you will need God's comfort as only He can give. Love you, Sully and Elaine
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Kay Parker left a message on September 26, 2021:
May God be with Diane and Joes' family in their time of grief. Joe has his angels wings now that his life's work on earth is done. He will be looking over his family as their guardian angel. May you Rest In Peace, Joe.
Tammi Stokes left a message on September 26, 2021:
Fly High w the Angels. We love you Papa Joe. Forever in our Hearts . GBNF🙏💔💛
Lynda & Gary Lane left a message on September 25, 2021:
Diane, we were so sorry when we saw Joe’s obituary in today’s paper. From our last conversation (too long ago) I knew you said he was having medical issues, but was still unprepared to see his picture. Sending prayers for God’s healing blessings for comfort and peace for you snd the family. Love and hugs, Lynda & Gary
Nalley-Pickle & Welch Funeral Home & Crematory left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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