Monica Susan Noble June 2, 1948—May 20, 2019 Monica Susan Noble, 70, passed away on May 20, 2019, at Torrance Memorial Hospital, Torrance, CA. Monica was born on June 2, 1948, in Jersey City, NJ, to John and Monica Shultz. She grew up in North Arlington, NJ, where she attended Queen of Peace Grammar School and High School, graduating in 1966. She attended the College of Mt. St. Vincent in Riverdale, NY, graduating in 1970 with a BA degree in Classics. Growing up, Monica enjoyed spending the summers with her family in Monmouth Beach, NJ, on the Jersey Shore. She was an excellent swimmer. Monica and her brother John Shultz moved to California from New Jersey in 1972. She met Steve Noble in Manhattan Beach, CA, in 1974, and it was the beginning of their life together. Monica and Steve were married in 1979. Monica worked for several insurance companies in commercial claims for over 30 years. Monica enjoyed spending time with her nephews Mike and Tom Shultz, her brother John’s sons. She liked to travel, and visited Europe, England, Ireland, and Canada with her husband Steve. Monica enjoyed spending time with close friends, and also liked to go to the movies and visit museums. Monica is survived by her husband, Steve Noble, and her nephews, Mike and Tom Shultz.

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  1. A lovely lady has been taken far too soon and we wish to send our sincere condolences to our good friend Steve and her nephews.

  2. Monica will be greatly missed. She was an amazing woman who always had a smile on her face and a warm hug. She had a kind soul and I never heard her say anything negative about anyone. She was always very positive. Frank and I will miss Aunt Monica greatly. Our condolences go out to Uncle Steve and all of Monica’s family and loved ones. Sending lots of Love your way!

  3. Monica was a beautiful sweet person, who was always interested in other people. She was always kind to her niece and nephews, Frank, Pat, Julie and Joe. We didn’t want to lose her. I was so sad that we lived so far from each other, and didn’t get to visit very often. We will be thinking of her for ever. Her sister-in-law, Sue Noble

  4. My fifty year friendship with Shultzie is something I will always cherish. She was so loving of her family, friends, and neighbors. We enjoyed so many good laughs over the good and the not so good. May God bless you, Steve, during this time of sorrow.

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