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Woodward County Obituary
Elmwood Cemetery

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Submitted by: Ann Weber

Christopher Dean Noreuil

October 31, 1972 ~ August 27, 2019

Christopher Dean Noreuil, 46 year old Woodward resident, passed away Tuesday, August 27, 2019 in Oklahoma City. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m. Saturday, August 31, 2019 in the Billings Funeral Home Chapel with Reverend Brad Smith officiating. Burial will follow in the Elmwood Cemetery. Military graveside rites will be conducted by the United States Navy.

Christopher Dean Noreuil was born on October 31, 1972 in Woodward, Oklahoma to Ronald Dean and Gloria Arlene (Semmel) Noreuil. He grew up in Woodward and graduated from Woodward High School in 1991. He was inducted into the United States Navy in January of 1992 and served his country until being honorably discharged in May 1994. Chris worked at Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway Railroad from December 1999 until December 18, 2003. He later worked at various jobs in the oilfield and also as a mechanic.

Chris loved life fast and furious. He was a risk taker and lived life like there was no tomorrow. When he found something he liked, he pursued it with passion. He loved anything that would go fast, whether it was go carts, cars, or motorcycles. He loved racing and loved participating in burn outs. He enjoyed watching NASCAR races and he loved to be able to go to a few. He treasured his memorabilia of Dale Earnhardt.

His trade was a mechanic but he was also a carpenter, a plumber, tree trimmer and even an inventor. He was a collector and always was turning trash into treasure. Chris truly wore a coat of many different trades. He had a huge and tender heart. He could write the most beautiful words, he was compassionate and always willing to help anyone. Past Navy records stated that he was a Hot Runner with a can do attitude, competence and reliability are his trademarks. Always quick to learn and help out, Chris will be missed by many. We will always love him and will hold on to his precious memories forever. No one or anything can take those from us.

He was a member of the First Assembly of God Church. He loved spending time with his children and family and enjoyed special holidays.

He is survived by his mom, Gloria Pack and husband Tom of Woodward; his dad, Ron Noreuil and wife Arlene of Kansas; three sons: Colton Noreuil of Woodward, Caleb Noreuil of Woodward, Caden Noreuil of Woodward; one daughter, Caroline Noreuil of Woodward; three brothers: Stephen Pack and wife Heather of Woodward, Jason Pack of Woodward and Kelly Stufflebean of Elk City; two sisters: Heather Noreuil of Oklahoma City, Lisa Hunter and husband Kerrick of Altus; other relatives and many friends.

He was preceded in death by his brother Shannon Noreuil, grandmother Lowberta Holmes, grandmother, Doris Patton, and uncles Albert Copeland and Donald Noreuil.

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