Noland Tucker obituaryIn Loving Memory…

Noland S. Tucker

Noland Stefan Tucker, 72, of Sedalia, passed away Monday, May 3, 2021, at his home.

He was born November 10, 1948, in Kansas City, son of Chauncey Noland and Thresa Barbara (Stefan) Tucker.

Noland was a 1968 graduate of Smith-Cotton High School and obtained a Bachelor’s degree in History from the University of Kansas. He worked as an insurance underwriter in Kansas City, MO for several years. After returning to Sedalia, he worked at Walmart in the Electronics department for over 17 years. Noland played bass in numerous local bands over the years. He also enjoyed chess and photography.

Survivors include a sister, Nova Sudduth (John), of Rocky Comfort, MO; a niece, Stefanie Laputz, of Yarmouth, ME, and Matthew Sudduth, of Bentonville, AR.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

No services are planned. Burial will be in Highland Sacred Gardens.

Arrangements are in the care of Heckart Funeral Home.

 

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7 Responses

  1. Deepest condolences on the loss of your brother. May fond memories live in your heart forever.

  2. I worked with Noland for many years at Walmart in Sedalia. He was always so nice and polite to everyone. He was also extremely intelligent. May God give you peace and comfort.

  3. I also worked with Noland at Walmart. I was lucky enough to read his first novel. He had a gift for writing scary stories! Rest In Peace my Friend

  4. So sorry to hear that he has passed. He will always be my brother-in-law. Even though he and Deborah where divorced. Have many fond memories of him. I know Tyler thought of him as a good father figure in his life.

  5. Noland was my step-father for many years and the only man I ever called dad. He instilled so much into me, in so many ways. He taught me to be a responsible and caring man. He taught me to be a critical thinker and seeker of knowledge.

    We shared many laughs and cry’s.

    Rest In Peace Dad 💗

  6. Noland was a kind gentleman who cares for others. He would do anything for kids. He had a big heart Noland was very knowledgeable and a good friend. He will be truly missed.

  7. Dub, Nova and family, we were very sorry to hear about the death of your brother Noland. Always very distressing to lose a family member. You have our
    Deepest sympathy. God bless you all.

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