June 17, 1949 – August 25, 2015
Cai passed away peacefully at home (Vernon, BC) with his long time love, Jacquie Clair, by his side.
Cai was predeceased by his father John Noble, mother Bonita Lambson and brother Redge Noble.
Survived by soulmate Jacquie Clair, brother Mic (Rena) Rowberry and Parker Vaughn who was like a son to Cai, as well as many other lifelong family members and friends.
Cai was born in Pocatello, Idaho where he “bucked hay and moved pipe” as a young teenager and had his own band that played locally while he was still attending school.
Cai was a Rock N Roller career musician performing in the USA and Canada for many years. He was a part of the music scene @ Haight – Ashbury San Francisco. One of Cai’s familiar quotes was “I’m an old hippie from the 60’s)”.
Cai joined the Marine Corp in 1968 and was stationed at Camp Pendleton, California.
Cai was thrilled when he bought his tryke in 2006 embracing the freedom of riding with the wind.
He was a strong man with great spirit who was loved, admired and respected by everyone who was lucky enough to meet him. He was a Noble man who strove to live up to his name and that he did.
A huge thank you to Dr. Hardy, Dr. Healey, Maddy, Lori, community and occupational care. Your support and care was wonderful. Thank you to all our supportive family and friends who were with us during the last days.
As were Cai’s wishes, a small family gathering will be held to celebrate his life.
In lieu of flowers donations to the PET scan foundation, Kelowna BC has been chosen.