Jack Noel Cannaday, Sr.

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Jack Noel Cannaday, Sr.

Dorchester - Jack Noel Cannaday, Sr., of Dorchester, Texas, passed away on November 18, 2021 at the age of 84. He was born in Denton, Texas, on January 24, 1937, to J. B. Cannaday Jr. and Clara Cecile Smith.

Jack Noel grew up in the Lebanon/Frisco Community attending school at Lebanon and graduating from Frisco High School in 1955. He then attended Texas A&M for a short time before returning back home where he was a long time farmer in the community. In addition to farming, he was a pipeline welder, an auctioneer and bought and sold machinery. He worked hard and played hard. Among the many activities that he enjoyed were playing cards and dominoes with his friends and going on trips with his family whether it was to the gulf, to the mountains or just a sporadic road trip. He enjoyed life to it's fullest. He was dearly loved and will be greatly missed.

Jack Noel is survived by his three children, Jack Noel Cannaday, Jr. (Susie) of Celeste, Texas, Joel Smith Cannaday (Lindsey) of Dorchester, Texas, and Donna Marie Furtick (Chris) of Bonham, Texas; four grandchildren, Jaclyn Noell Daake (Justin) of Alma, Nebraska, Shana Estelle Cannaday of Dorchester, Texas, Keagan Hunter Cannaday of Dorchester, Texas and Noel Thomas Cannaday of Ector, Texas; his brother, Jim Cannaday (Nancy) of Plano, Texas; and his sister, Susie King (Ken) of Frisco, Texas. He is also survived by his companion of many years, Doris Carmichael and her daughter Cheryl Cole (Rick) along with many other family members and dear friends.

Jack Noel was preceded in death by his parents.

A Remembrance Gathering will be held from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m., Sunday, November 28, 2021, at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow, 8520 Main St., Frisco, Texas, 75033.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in memory of Jack Noel Cannaday, Sr. to:

Shriner's Hospital for Children

lovetotherescue.org

Galveston, Texas

Or

Tunnel 2 Towers Foundation

Posted online on November 24, 2021

Published in Sherman Herald Democrat

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Obituaries in Sherman, TX | The Herald Democrat

Jack Noel Cannaday, Sr.

Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow

Jack Noel Cannaday, Sr.

Dorchester - Jack Noel Cannaday, Sr., of Dorchester, Texas, passed away on November 18, 2021 at the age of 84. He was born in Denton, Texas, on January 24, 1937, to J. B. Cannaday Jr. and Clara Cecile Smith.

Jack Noel grew up in the Lebanon/Frisco Community attending school at Lebanon and graduating from Frisco High School in 1955. He then attended Texas A&M for a short time before returning back home where he was a long time farmer in the community. In addition to farming, he was a pipeline welder, an auctioneer and bought and sold machinery. He worked hard and played hard. Among the many activities that he enjoyed were playing cards and dominoes with his friends and going on trips with his family whether it was to the gulf, to the mountains or just a sporadic road trip. He enjoyed life to it's fullest. He was dearly loved and will be greatly missed.

Jack Noel is survived by his three children, Jack Noel Cannaday, Jr. (Susie) of Celeste, Texas, Joel Smith Cannaday (Lindsey) of Dorchester, Texas, and Donna Marie Furtick (Chris) of Bonham, Texas; four grandchildren, Jaclyn Noell Daake (Justin) of Alma, Nebraska, Shana Estelle Cannaday of Dorchester, Texas, Keagan Hunter Cannaday of Dorchester, Texas and Noel Thomas Cannaday of Ector, Texas; his brother, Jim Cannaday (Nancy) of Plano, Texas; and his sister, Susie King (Ken) of Frisco, Texas. He is also survived by his companion of many years, Doris Carmichael and her daughter Cheryl Cole (Rick) along with many other family members and dear friends.

Jack Noel was preceded in death by his parents.

A Remembrance Gathering will be held from 2:00 – 4:00 p.m., Sunday, November 28, 2021, at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow, 8520 Main St., Frisco, Texas, 75033.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made in memory of Jack Noel Cannaday, Sr. to:

Shriner's Hospital for Children

lovetotherescue.org

Galveston, Texas

Or

Tunnel 2 Towers Foundation

Posted online on November 24, 2021

Published in Sherman Herald Democrat