Obituary for \r\n\t\t\t\t\t\t\t\t Lynn Noble Cook\n\n\r\n\t\t\t\tLynn Noble Cook beloved by his family passed away on March 14, 2018 from complications due to Parkinson’s Disease. He was born in Leslie, Idaho on April 19, 1931 to Leland Alpheus Cook and Jessie Selena Noble and is the second oldest of 5 children.\n\nIn 1948 he met his wife Marvene Adele Weir and they were married on November 9, 1950 in the Mesa Arizona Temple. They settled in Southern California and had three daughters. They met on a beach in Southern California while on a “Grunion Run”. \n\nHe was a veteran of the Korean War and joined the California National Guard in 1948 and served in the 625th Field Artillery Battalion of the 40th Infantry Division. He was activated in September of 1950 for service in Korea. He had a deep love for his country and was thrilled to be able to participate in the Honor Flight in April of 2017. \n\nHe was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints and served in many positions throughout his life. He was a Bishop in the North Hollywood III Ward, California as well as a counselor in the Stake Presidency of the North Hollywood Stake in California. He also served on High Councils in California and Monroe, Utah. \n\nHe had many hobbies some of which included backpacking, hiking, restoring cars, model trains, woodworking and riding his recumbent tricycle in later years to relieve his symptoms. \n\nHe is survived by his wife Marvene, his daughters Wendy (John) Magrath, Springville; Robin (David) Johnson, Sandy; Cheryl (Gregg) Nicholls of Springville, and his sisters Jessie Adams of Manti and Gayle (Alan) Coryell of Monroe. He is also survived by his 8 grandchildren and 18 great- grandchildren.