loving memory we write this obituary
dear husband, daddy and papaw, Noah
was born on August 22, 1932 in Pike
to Emmit and Mazie Fleming. On
2005, at the age of 72, he was called
home. He was a
member of Emmanuel Old Regular Baptist
Church, a retired coal
miner, and a member of the U.M.W.A.
In addition to his parents, he was
preceded in death by his
Columbus and Lavie Mullins, with whom
he made his home
for years; also one brother, Farley
Fleming, and two sisters, Linda
Fleming and Beatrice Fleming.
survived by his wife of thirteen
years, Sharon Moore
Boyd Fleming; three sons, Noah Douglas
(Althea) Fleming, Keith
(Renee) Fleming, and Columbus
(Rebecca) Fleming, all of Haysi;
and four daughters, Sue (Freddy) Ramey
of Haysi, Gayle (Willie)
Bailey of Haysi, Becky (and the late
Pat) Viers of Backbone Ridge,
and Leisha (Elder Rick) Mullins of
Haysi. Surviving also are eighteen
grandchildren and thirteen great
grandchildren; five brothers,
Mack Fleming, Willie Fleming, Ed
Fleming, Clayton Fleming, all of
Haysi, and Pat Fleming of Coeburn; and
two sisters, Hazel Rose and
Maude Fleming, both of Haysi.
the simple things in life, such
as his family and
friends. For his birthday, instead of
gifts, he’d rather spend time with
his family. He loved his grandchildren
and great-grandchildren. He
was proud of them all. He loved the
Lord and loved going to church
when he was able. He also was
overjoyed with his pets, Buke, Little
and B.B. He adored and cherished them.
He also found much pleasure
in feeding God’s creatures. Birds and
deer were frequent visitors
at his home.
No words can
express how much he will be
missed. We want to
thank the Lord for the time He gave us
with Papaw. May the good
Lord bless you and keep you and may
you find eternal peace with the
Here today and gone tomorrow,
Our hearts are heavy and full of sorrow.
our hearts we love you still,
hold a place that no one could ever fill.
will forever treasure our memories near,
our hearts they will be forever dear.
although our hearts are filled with pain,
believe our loss will be Heaven’s gain.
sleep and rest on, our dear papaw,
will be dearly missed by one and all.
love by his grandson,
Bailey, and his wife, Donna Lee.