October 24, 2020

Mr. Parker Noles

Noles ObitiMr. William Parker Noles, age 62 of Franklin, Georgia passed away on Friday, October 23, 2015 at the West Georgia Hospital in LaGrange, Georgia.

Mr. Noles was born in Heard County, Georgia, on October 16, 1953, the son of the late Sarah Martha Smith Noles and Mason “Mack” Noles.

He was a member of Glenn Baptist Church. He served his country honorably during the Vietnam Conflict. It was during this time that he received his education in the field of welding. This was a trade that he taught his son.  After years of experience they joined forces to own and operate Noles and Son Welding.

He loved to hunt and fish, and had just enjoyed a wonderful salt water fishing trip with his son. This was a trip that neither of them would ever forget. He loved action, and sitting behind the wheel of a four-wheeler, with the wind blowing on his face, at the engines top speed was one of his greatest thrills.

Everyone that knew him was accustomed to seeing him relax on his front porch. His great joy in life was his family. There was no greater adventure to him than one spent in the company of family and friends.

Parker was always friendly, and fun to be with, making him a favorite among all who knew him. He will be greatly missed.

He is survived by his fiancée’, Sharon Webb Bennaman of Franklin, GA.; three daughters, Shelia Fitzjarrald of Carrollton, GA., Susan Yarbrough (John ) of Franklin, GA. and Elaine Kelley (Jamie) of Roanoke, AL.; two sons Frankie Noles of Franklin, GA., and Brandon Harris of Carrollton, GA.; two step-daughters, Tonia Griswold (Paul) of Lawrenceville, GA. and Tracy Eley (Brandon) of LaGrange, GA.; one step-son, Dan Sellars (Michelle) of LaGrange, GA.;  three sisters, Helen Chapman of Franklin, Ga., Brenda Culbertson (Dwayne) of Carrollton , GA., and Grace Ray of Wedowee, AL.; and 16 beloved grandchildren.

Funeral services for Mr. Noles were conducted on Sunday, October 25, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. from the Stutts Funeral Home Chapel with the Reverends  Jamie Kelley and Mike Watson officiating. The interment followed in the Olive Branch Baptist Church.

Music was provided by Randy Atkins. Military Honors were presented by the Fort Benning Honor Guard.

His son’s Frankie and Dan,drove him in a black truck, with the song “Long Black Train” playing on the truck radio to his final resting place.

Those serving as pallbearers were Jerome Harris, Dan Sellars, James Anderson, Gene Kittles, Robbie Jones, Justin Steen, and Brandon Harris.

In lieu of flowers the family request that those who wish make donations to help cover funeral expenses to Stutts Funeral Home.

Those who wish may write memorial tributes at www.stuttsfuneralhome.com.

Stutts Funeral Home of Franklin, Georgia is in charge of arrangements.


  1. This is Hannah that is my paw but he is my grandfather

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