Noll, Freddy

August 14, 1939 - May 17, 2016

Freddy Jean Bailey Noll, 76, passed away May 17, 2016 just before 9:00am. She was born August 14, 1939 in Ft Smith, AR to Norman L. Bailey of Hackett, AR, Dorothy Agee Bailey and Ann Fox Bailey. She was proceeded in death by parents, Norman L. Bailey, Dorothy Agee Bailey, Ann Fox Bailey and brother, Norman J. Bailey.
Ms. Noll is survived by her four children, Laura Noll Carter of Irving, TX (Rick), Carol A. Noll of Irving, TX., Julie L. Kaim of Frisco Tx. (husband John), And Robert B. Noll of Richardson, TX. (Wife Paula); grandchildren, Sarah M. Carter of Irving, TX, Richard Carter Jr of Hurst, TX. (wife Cynthia), Heather P. Carter of Venus, Tx., Justin R. Noll of White Settlement, TX. (wife Katy), John Kaim of Frisco, TX., Elizabeth Kaim of Frisco, TX., Robert C. Noll of Richardson, TX. And Anthony M. Noll of Richardson, TX., Kallie Luptak  of Richardson, TX.,  Chessie Luptak  of Richardson, TX., and Katy Luptak of Richardson, TX; great grandchildren, David Gloeckner Jr. (Joceline), Richard Carter III, Angel Escobedo, Eric Escobedo, Ashley Gloeckner, M’Kaila Carter, Carter Blake Taylor; Great-great grandchildren David Gloeckner III and Delilah Gloeckner; brother, Charles Michael Bailey of Bryant, AR, sister, Anne Michelle Bailey of Little Rock, AR. She also leaves behind her cat, Little Bit.
Freddy enjoyed crochet for family and friends and playing cards.
A Memorial Service will be held on May 28, 2016 at 2:00pm at the Aria Chapel in Irving.
Ms. Noll did a great service by donating her remains to the UT Southwestern Donate program for research.
The family wishes to express their deep gratitude UT Southernwestern University Hospital and Vitas Inpatient Hospice Healthcare.


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Arrangements are under the direction of:
Aria Cremation Service & Funeral Home
1820 N. Belt Line Road
Irving, Texas 75061

5 replies on “Noll, Freddy”

M'kaila Carter says:

Rest easy Grandma Freddy, I love you

Margaret Crittenden says:

Laura, I’m so sorry for your loss. Praying for you and your family.

Barbara Donaldson Crow says:

Mrs. Noll aka Freddy aka Mom will be missed. Growing up with her kids, we were frequent visitors in the household….and she treated us as one of her own. Love, hugs and prayers to the Nolls, Carters, Kaims and all the rest of the family.

James Slette says:

My deepest and dearest condolences for Freddy’s passing. I hope I may call her that. Growing up, she never felt right me calling her anything but that. She was, and always will be, a beautiful soul who did her best to understand the world. In my childhood, she was like a “second mother”….always keeping a watchful eye to ensure my safety when I was an “know it all” child. When I heard she passed, all I could do was hear her infectious laugh and remember her great big smile. I pray to our Holy Father her family finds peace in this most troubled time.

Shirley Hackbart says:

Freddy was the first lady I became acquainted with here at Pegasus after moving here. She and I were to become friends here and I always enjoyed visiting her and Little Bit in their home just one floor above me.
Freddy and I enjoyed watching football together and we especially delighted when the Cowboys were defeated.
Freddy and I had many good conversations and I was always impressed by her knowledge of so many things.
I miss her greatly and will always consider her one of my dearest friends.
Thank you for sharing you Mom with me.

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