Milton Wayne Noey

October 25, 1952 - February 10, 2022

Milton Wayne Noey, age 69, passed away at DeSoto, Texas on the 10th of February 2022.

Milton was born October 25, 1952 in Galveston, TX and through his life lived in Galveston, the Houston
Metroplex and the Dallas Metroplex.
Milton had three passions in his life outside of God and family. They were Acme Truck Line, Hillcrest
Baptist Church, and his Tae Kwon Do studio Protec USA.
Milton faithfully devoted 30 years to ACME Truck Line where he was an Area Manager and Vice
President. During these 30 years he always had a passion for helping ACME grow and training colleagues to
advance and reach their highest potential. Milton retired from ACME in December 2020.
Milton was a member of Hillcrest Baptist Church for almost twenty years. He served with dedication
on the SAFE team, finance committee, long-range planning committee, and many other ministries. He was
loved by the church family, where he impacted so many lives.
As a young man Milton began his Tae Kwon Do journey with Joon Rhee, one of the first Tae Kwon Do
instructors in the United States. Many years later Milton returned to Tae Kwon Do for health reasons. After
receiving his black belt, he continued to practice martial arts and opened a Tae Kwon Do studio to pass his
training and experience on to the next generation. It gave him great pleasure to see his students develop into
strong leaders in all areas of their lives.
Those who knew him well knew his hobbies included working — even after retirement.
Survivors include his wife Lisa Noey, of DeSoto, TX; Sabrina (Jeff) Tippey, of Cedar Rapids, IA; Micah
Taylor, of Arlington, TX; Harrison (Anju) Taylor, of Mansfield, TX; Katelyn Taylor, of Arlington, TX; and
grandchildren Jaylynn (Joey) Tippey, Brandon Tippey, Brianna (Brennan) Murphy, Naomi Taylor, and Tilak “Ty”
Taylor. Milton was preceded in death by Henry E. Noey and Emelia A. (Gene) Staten.

Services will be held at Hillcrest Baptist Church, 265 W Pleasant Run Rd, Cedar Hill, TX 75104, on
February 18, 2022 at 11am. Please join the family in a reception to follow.

For those of you unable to attend in person, the service will be live-streamed at

Honorary pallbearers: Randall Allen, John Johnson, Jorge Parrales, Mark Roesler, Micah Taylor, &
Burton Tyler
In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions are welcome at Hillcrest Baptist Church Children’s Ministry.

Please leave the family condolences and share memories on this website.


Arrangements under the direction of:

Aria Cremation Service and Funeral Home

19310 Preston Road

Dallas, Texas 75252


14 replies on “Milton Wayne Noey”

Sharon Jakes says:

My entire family loved Mr. And Mrs. Noey. Mr. Noey helped me and my granddaughter when my granddaughter was 4 . She is now 17 and now my grandson is being helped through taekwondo. His love for people and kids will be missed. Our deepest condolences. 🙏❤

Satin Hamilton says:

Mr. Noey was a blessing in my daughter, Alex’s life. We were so blessed we were able to visit at her wedding recently. He was an amazing man and a blessing to many. He will be great missed. Our love and prayers go out to those left behind. 🙏

Tracy Satterlee says:

Lisa, I am truly saddened by Milton’s passing. Praying the wonderful memories you have of him will help you through this difficult time.

Jean Gaines says:

My thoughts and prayers are with you Lisa and family during this time. Milton was a wonderful man that had a big heart for people. Always willing to share his knowledge with others. Rest In Heaven ❤️

Dennis Scarborough says:

May God’s comfort and strength surround you. Heather and I are deeply saddened by your loss. It was a true honor to know Milton. I will miss his warm, caring, smile. Never forget we are brothers and sisters in Christ. We share a bond that can not be broken. If Heather, or I, can help you in any way reach out and let us know.

Jean Barnes says:

My deepest love and sympathy to Lisa and the family. Milton was a great man and will be missed by many.

Buzz Roye says:

Milton was my longtime co-worker and great friend.
He was a stalwart Christian & strong man, a fine example of a life well lived.
God Bless Lisa and all his family
I will miss my dear buddy

Jo Lynn Miller says:

Dearest Lisa. My heart is heavy seeing that Milton has passed away. I truly was blessed knowing him. Such a wonderful, Godly man. You all are in my thoughts and prayers as you go through this most difficult time. May God bless you always.

JoLynn Miller says:

Dearest Lisa. My heart is heavy hearing of Milton’s passing. I was so blessed knowing him. Such a wonderful, Godly man. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family as you go through this most difficult time. May God bless you always.

Prasoon and Obed says:

We are deeply saddened by the loss of our dear Milton. Our deep condolences goes to Lisa and the remaining family. He was always a good man, with an even a greater heart to serve God and his people. You will be sadly missed our Dear Milton.

Tommy Harris says:

Milton was a goog man who did much to encourage others. He always greeted you with a big smile and a firm handshake, looked you in the eyes, and asked with care what he could do for you. Lisa, know that you will be in Suzie and my prayers. You are loved.


I began working at ACME in 2005 & the first time I spoke to Milton I thought that he was the owner of the company! Milton was the best & he expected the same from everyone. Over the years I realized that Milton did everything that he could to make ACME the best company not only for him but for all of us. I would kid him & call him Million Dollar Milton – I realize now that he was a one in a Million kind of guy. I am thankful that I had the pleasure of working with him. Not many people can say that they made a difference in the lives of others – but I see that Milton truly did! I pray that the memories of Milton will bring his family & friends peace.

kevin bernard says:

He will be missed. The past year that my son has been at Protec, Mr and Mrs Noey have been extremely helpful in building his confidence and their partnership with the families in bringing out the best in their students is unmeasurable. His command of presence with the students was always encouraging to watch and I will forever be a footnote in my son’s progression in martial arts.

Prayers for the family.

Kim Fatica (Blair, Dustin and Joseph) says:

Dearest Mrs. Noey, I am terribly saddened to hear of Sensei’s passing. My children and I held him in highest esteem, with respect and a heartfelt love of Christ. He was a kind, generous man with a great sense of humor who left a wonderful legacy and warm memories. My heart goes out to you and your family and I will be keeping you in my prayers and thoughts. I regret not stopping by the dojo and being out of touch; sometimes life’s circumstances pull one away from people we care about although their places in our hearts are cemented. You and Sensei will always be special people in our lives and we thank God for you both. May the God of all Comfort hold you close.

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