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Anna “Ann” M. Noble Pratté  

Anna “Ann” M. Noble Pratté

October 23, 1953 ~ October 14, 2015

Anna “Ann” M. Noble Pratté, age 61, of Newark, Delaware passed away peacefully in the comfort of her home surrounded by her loving family on Wednesday, October 14, 2015.

Born on October 23, 1953 in Great Lakes, Illinois, she was a daughter of Amelia M. (Jannett) Noble and the late Robert Noble.

Ann, as she was affectionately known, worked for the University of Delaware where she was a dedicated employee for 19 years.

She had a passion for music, singing and dancing.  Of all the joys in her life, Ann loved animals and their unconditional love.  She will always be remembered as a loving daughter and sister, as well as a dear friend to many.

In addition to her mother, Ameila, Ann leaves many fond memories to her sister, Anita Noble (Donald Werden) of W. Lafayette, IN and her cousin, Louis Michael Carpo III of Newark, DE, whom she loved as a brother.

Friends may visit with Ann’s family from 9:00 am until 10:00 am on Tuesday, October 20, 2015 at Spicer-Mullikin Funeral Home, 121 W. Park Place, Newark, DE.  Interment will follow 11:00 am on Tuesday at the Delaware Veterans Memorial Cemetery, 2465 Chesapeake City Road, Bear, DE 19701.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Multiple Sclerosis Society, Delaware Chapter, 2 Mill Road, Suite 106, Wilmington, DE 19806.

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  1. Paula Delcher Garretson, October 15, 2015

    My heart aches, for mom Noble and family. I can remember the day I met her.Fourth Grade. We did a play together, Tom Swayer. We had a blast. Acapella Choir, and going to the states competition. Her smile and her friendship I could always count on. Our lives separated for a while but we kept in touch. She will be our SMILING angel in heaven. Miss you Anna

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  2. David and Shirley Gassner (aunt, uncle), October 15, 2015

    We will remember all our holiday gatherings and fun times we had together as a family in Newark, De
    As time went on and Ann starting failing in her health, situations changed and although we tried to
    continue our fun times we also realized they were not the same. Throughout Ann,s remaining life her attitude was uplifting and she was always smiling. I will especially remember her puckering up her lips
    throwing kisses at me. I will remember her compliments as she would try to speak words.
    We will surely miss Ann and never forget her loving spirit. When I would talk to her about Jesus, she always would say “the man upstairs” is looking after me.
    Praise God, now she is walking, running, singing, dancing. Mostly singing with her daddy.

    Loving memories,
    Dave and Shirley

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  3. Gordon Everts, October 15, 2015

    She was a bright and cheerful person. The world will miss Ann as will her High School classmates.

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  4. Charles Ottolini, October 15, 2015

    Anna May was my very first girlfriend…at age 6. Always a sweetheart.

    Prayers and loving thoughts for those she has left behind.

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  5. Sally Miller Maccarone, October 15, 2015

    i will always remember our good times in Group 7. Anna and Lynne were great altos with me. She always had this winning smile and kind heart. You will be so missed by all Anna. Yet I’m sure your resting in the arms of Jesus. God bless your family.

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  6. Aggie Hoosier, October 16, 2015

    Annie will definitely be missed by many. She was such an incredable lady and she has touched my heart deeply. I will miss the times we spent together and especially her lovely smile. I feel so blessed to have gotten to know Annie and will always cherish the moments with her.
    Blessings to her Mother-Marie, her Sister Anita, relatives, and all her may friends!

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  7. Dave & Gerry Thomson, October 19, 2015

    Thru trials that would have challenged the strongest person, Anna May consistently showed a cheerful spirit. She was an inspiration to us. As her Savior, Jesus reserved a place in heaven for Anna May where she now resides for eternity in a state of perfect joy. There is no more suffering or sorrow for Anna May. That doesn’t make her loss easy to bear for her loved ones, but “we grieve not as those who have no hope”.

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