Janet Noland

Janet G. Marcum Noland, 75, of Columbus, formerly of Delbarton, West Virginia, died unexpectedly Monday, October 15, 2012 at Mt. Carmel Medical Center in Columbus. A loving mother, grandmother, sister, cousin and friend, she was an associate of Crown Industries, Inc. of Columbus. She was also a retired employee of Lucent Technologies, formerly Western Electric and AT&T. A devoted member of the Potter’s House Church of God, she cherished spending time with her loving family. She was a graduate of Burch High School in Delbarton, West Virginia. She was born November 10, 1936 in Delbarton to the late Floyd and Dorthalia Gore Marcum and was also predeceased by her siblings, Dicie Ferrell, Octavia Kirk, Lydia Miller, June Dempsey, William J. Marcum, Sr., Clifford Marcum and Harrison Marcum. She is survived by her son, Bernie Noland, Jr. and his wife, Diane, both of Marysville, Ohio; three grandsons, Daniel, Dylan and Derek; two great-grandsons, Kaden and Chase; her siblings, Pearl Miller of Cassellbery, FL, Connie (Johnie) Smith of Frankfort, OH, Dottie (Daniel) Head of Proctorville, OH, Minta White of Delbarton, WV, Floyd Marcum, Jr. of Frankfort, OH, William (Nancy) Marcum, Jr. of Phoenix, AZ and Cal (Shirley) Marcum of Deland, FL; her brother-in-law, Grover Ferrell of Columbus; and many nieces, nephews, cousins and numerous friends. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at Potter’s House Church of God, 3220 Lowell Drive, Columbus, Ohio 43204. The family will receive friends 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday at the church and one-hour prior to the funeral service on Friday. Following the service, entombment will take place at Sunset Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the church. Underwood Funeral Home in Marysville is assisting the family. Condolences may be expressed to the family at www.underwoodfuneralhome.com.

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8 Responses to Janet Noland

  1. Shirley & Wally Westlake says:

    My very best friend. I met at Western Electric many years ago. She was like a
    sister to me. Oh how we talk about everything. Our Lord Jesus was one of the
    last things we talked about last week. She was praying with me about one of my
    children. She was telling me. The Lord will not let you down He never has.
    I love you Bernie and your family. This is what she would tell us all. I will miss
    her loving calls so much. May God Bless You All and please keep in touch with me.
    Shirley & Wally Westlake

  2. Grace Platt says:

    I was very sad to read about Janet’s passing in the newspaper. I knew Janet when we both workd at Western Electric in the 1970’s..she was a dear friend. We laughed a lot and we shared our everyday little problems…we talked about everything under the sun. I left Western Electric and moved to Texas for a while. Some how we lost track after a while, but I never forgot her and I often thought of her. I will keep her in my prayers. To all her family, I am so sorry for your loss.
    Grace R. Platt (Janet knew me as Grace Taylor)

  3. Shirley & Wally Westlake says:

    Janet You were one of the best friends a person could ever have in this life. I meet
    you many years ago at Western Electric. We were very close and talk to each other
    often. I talk to you last week about a problem I was having with my daughter. You
    were praying and crying with me and telling me the Lord is not going to let you down.
    He never has and He will never. I said, I know Janet. He has been so good to us
    both. We talked about our family and everything over the years. I will miss that
    so much. I love you Bernie and your family. Please keep in touch with me.
    With all our love;

    Shirley & Wallly Westlake

  4. Joyce & Fred Lott says:

    Bernie & Family, We understand the pain you are feeling. I lost my Mother a couple of years ago and Fred lost his Mother last year; almost to the day. Janet was a very caring person, and certainly made her son and family her top priority. Please accept our greatest sympathy.

  5. Joyce & Fred Lott says:

    Bernie and Family: Please accept our deepest condolences. I lost my Mother a couple of years ago and Fred lost his Mother last year–in fact in less than 2 weeks it will be the one year anniversary. So we absolutely understand your loss and pain. Janet was a sweetheart and certainly put her son and family first in her life!

  6. Joyce & Fred Lott says:

    Bernie & Family, Please accept our deepest sympathies. We certainly understand your loss and pain, as I lost my Mother a couple of years ago and Fred’s Mother passed away last year-in fact, it will be one year in 2 weeks. The pain numbs somewhat, but the loss lives with you forever. Your Mom was a wonderful, caring person, who put her son and family first in her life. Cherish the memories and remember: she will be waiting for you in heaven.

  7. Teri Maxwell Norris says:

    Just heard of “Aunt” Janet’s passing and was saddened. As a little girl, I loved visiting her and spending time in the summer. So sorry we lost contact. I often thought of her and always admired her love for the Lord. Heaven is a better place because of her. Love you Bernie, Jr. and am praying for you and your family.

  8. Pe4arl E. Miller says:

    Thanks to all who have replied to the death of my lovely Sister, Janet Noland. I loved her so much. She was humorous, loveable, beautiful, both spiritually and personally.
    This is August 9, 2013 and I still grieve for her. We lived so far apart, (she in Columbus, Ohio and I live in central Florida.