Darrell"Dutch" Noll, 1914-1995
NOLL, BLEAKLY, HOSIER, WALSTROM, LITWINOW, PIPER, MOTTS
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Date: 1/7/2016 at 18:23:29
Newspaper, 22 March 1995
Services were March 18, 1995 for Darrell "Dutch" Noll, 81, of Arthur at the United Methodist Church in Arthur. The Rev W Michael Biklen officiated with Christensen-Ciha Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. His body will be donated to the University of Nebraska for medical research.
Mr Noll died March 13 at Horn Memorial Hospital in Ida Grove.
Mr Noll was born March 6, 1914, on a farm northwest of Arthur, the son of Winfred and Mary (Bleakly) Noll. He graduated salutatorian from the Arthur High School in 1931.
He married Marie Jessie Hosier Feb 23, 1947, in Rolfe. The couple farmed Westknoll farms north of Arthur until retiring to their new home in Arthur in 1980.
He was a Blaine Township Assessor, a substitute rural mail carrier for more than 40 years and an independent insurance agent for a number of years.
Mr Noll was a member of the Arthur United Methodist Church, served on the board of trustees, taught Sunday school and sang in the choir; a member of the Ben Hur Lodge 611 AF & AM of Arthur; Ida County Historical Society; Ida County Farm Bureau; and Odebolt Fair Board.
He helped organize the Blaine Elks 4-H Club, serving as leader for more than 25 years. He was a member of the Ida County 4-H Club, serving as leader for more than 25 years. He was a member of the Ida County 4-H committee and the Ida County Fair Board. He worked at the 4-H fair cattle weigh ins and announced the 4-H cattle shows. He raised purebred Polled
Shorthorn cattle for more than 40 years, showing them at Spencer, Des Moines and Cedar Rapids fairs.
Survivors include his wife; four daughters and their husbands, Elizabeth Walstrom of Spring Lake Park, Minn, Catherine and William Litwinow of Davenport, Barbara and Alan Piper of Greenfield and Margaret and John Motts of Omaha, and five grandchildren, Jeff Walstrom, Mark Litwinow, and Mark, Juliana and Luke Piper; two nieces and five nephews.
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