Valerie Noble

Valerie Noble, 70, of North Street, Broadalbin, died Saturday morning, January 18, 2014, at home surrounded by her loving family.

She was born in Gloversville, a daughter of Anthony and Addie King Ruberti, and was a 1961 graduate of Broadalbin Central School. Val lived in Broadalbin for more than thirty years.

She was employed as a waitress at the Holiday Inn in Johnstown and Amsterdam, and at the Perthshire for more than forty years. Later, she owned Gran & Gramps Ice Cream & Cafe in Broadalbin.

Val was a member of the First Presbyterian Church in Broadalbin.

She enjoyed reading and was always able to solve crossword puzzles. Val’s favorite TV show was Jeopardy. Mostly, her life revolved around her family. She loved spending time with family and friends at gatherings and celebrations. Her family was her whole life.

In addition to her parents, she was predeceased by her brother, Dennis Cleveland, and a sister, Cynthia Tripepi.

Survivors include her husband, David Noble, whom she married on May 6, 1983; her children, Henry (Monika) Verrego, Dan (Kim) Verrego, Beth Verrego (Pat Smullen), Jason (Cynthia) Edmonds, and Jennifer (Tim) Boehme; her stepchildren, Richard (Alicia) Noble, David (Patty) Noble, and Heather (Gilbert) Dormand; grandchildren, Kate and Courtney Verrego, Kean, Sam, and Shannon Smullen, Cecelia, Destiny, and Emilio Edmonds, Quinten, Cedric, and Zeke Boehme, Rick, Aja, and Aric Noble, and Olivia and Michael Dormand; two great-granddaughters, Sophia Verrego and Charlie Noble; two sisters, Toni Lynne (Mike) Edwards and Teresa (Jim) Hale; and several nieces, nephews, and cousins.

Calling hours will be held on Tuesday from 1-4 p.m. at the Robert M. Halgas Funeral Home, 111 County Highway 106 (corner of Route 29 & Black Street), Johnstown, followed by a service at 4 p.m. with the Rev. Linda Martin officiating. Cremation will be performed at Park View Crematorium, Schenectady. Final burial will take place in the spring at the Broadalbin-Mayfield Rural Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society or to the First Presbyterian Church, both in care of the funeral home.