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Edna Noland Mobley
June 8, 1929 ~ September 25, 2023 (age 94) 94 Years Old
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Edna Noland Mobley was born in Eutaw Alabama, on June 8th, 1929, to the late Eddie Noland and Essie Mae Noland. She departed this earthly life on Monday, September the 25th, 2023. She silently slipped away into eternal rest.
After relocating to Sheffield, AL, she joined First Missionary Baptist Church of Sheffield. In 1969, she had a life changing experience in a fiery old time tent revival meeting in Tuscumbia, AL, conducted by Bishop John W Barber. After this soul saving revival, she moved her membership to Healing Fountain Apostolic Faith Church. She was one of the founding members of this new church under the leadership of Elder Jerry Townsend. For over 50 years, she was an active and faithful member under the leadership of the late Bishop Thomas Owens. She served on the Usher Board, Prayer Band, President of the Kitchen Committee, Coordinator of the Women Harvest Day, and was a Church Mother.
She worked at National Linen for over 26 years as a seamstress. Throughout the Shoals area she was known as the Avon Lady. Her passion for selling Avon would last for over 40 years. Everywhere she went, she would ask if they wanted an Avon book. After retirement, she worked as a foster grandmother for the Sheffield Head Start and the Shoals Area Coarmm Jumpstart Tutorial Program.
She was preceded in death by her brother, Frank Mobley, Sister, Floise Jordan, Son, Curtis Noland, Granddaughter, Angela Cole Haley, and great grandson, Logan A Cole.
She leaves to cherish her memories:
One son, Herbert Noland of Huntsville, AL; two daughters, Mary Alice Vickers (Dr. John Vickers) of Huntsville, AL; and a devoted caregiver, Geneva Mobley of Sheffield, AL; five grandchildren, Nine great-grandchildren, and one great-great grandchild. And a host of nieces, nephews, relatives, and friends.