Noble was elected to the Council in March 1998, and
has been re-elected into office most recently in March
2016. During his tenure, he has been involved
in almost every aspect of the City’s governance,
including the completion of advance courses with the
Institute for Elected Municipal Officials. He currently
serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the
Palm Beach County League of Cities.
He has participated in the Florida
League of Cities (FLC) Legislative Day events in Tallahassee
and has served as a Trustee of their $500 million
dollar Florida Municipal Pension Trust Fund. He also
served as a member of the FLC Utilities and Telecommunications
Committee that advocate in defining the role that
cities and the State of Florida play in the changing
telecommunications industry; specifically, the need
to safeguard the states’ sales tax revenue.
For over forty (40) years, Councilman Noble has been active in the financial services industry as a Financial Advisor. Twenty-five (25) of those years were in San Juan, Puerto Rico, where he represented the firms of Blyth Eastman Dillon, A. G. Becker & Co., and First Boston, amongst others. He is a Past President of the 200 member Chapter of the San Juan Sales and Marketing Executive Association. He was active for over twelve years with the San Juan Jaycees and Past President of the Chapter. He was a member of the Rotary International for over eleven years, and for ten (10) years, a member of several Palm Beach County Chambers of Commerce. He is a past member of the Greenacres Code
Councilman Noble was born in New York City, and majored in business at Arizona State University in Tempe, Arizona; he is married to Ana Noble who is a noted artist from Puerto Rico; and they have three (3) children and three (3) grandchildren. His hobbies are reading and traveling.
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