Wayne A. Nolting, 88, of Preston, Iowa, passed away on Sunday morning, January 31, 2021, at Mill Valley Care Center in Bellevue, Iowa.
A private family graveside service and burial will be held at the Preston, Iowa Cemetery. There is no public visitation. The Carson Celebration of Life Center in Maquoketa is caring for the family.
Wayne A. Nolting was born on February 14, 1932 in Jackson County, Iowa to Karl A. and Gladys (Wyckoff) Nolting. He was a graduate of Preston High School and then served his country in the U.S. Army receiving the rank of Sergeant and earning an honorable discharge. He married Arlen Helen Scott on February 20, 1955 in Delmar, Iowa. Together they farmed in the Preston area for many years and had been actively involved in many community organizations and clubs.
Those left to honor his memory include many nieces and nephews; and a brother-in-law and sisters-in-law Virtus Scott, Mary Jean Scott, and Geraldine Nolting. He was preceded in death by his parents, his wife Arlene Helen on November 30, 2020, and 2 brothers John and Loren.
In lieu of other expressions of sympathy, memorials may be made to Hospice of Jackson County.
The Carson Celebration of Life Center in Maquoketa is caring for the family. Please feel free to call or stop at the funeral home with notes of support or leave words of comfort on the funeral home website at www.CarsonAndSon.com.
"I am happy to say Wayne was a good friend and a very hard worker that I had the good luck of working with for many years as I combined his crops. I don't remember him complaining as we worked together Harvesting his crops., many times as we worked long hours so I could Harvest my own crops. He was always ready to go out of his way to get the job done."
"I was sorry to hear of Wayne's passing (and Arlene's last November). Dr. Dave and I were glad we got to know both Wayne and Arlene when we lived at Preston. "
"Wayne I wish we could have made it to the funeral. It would seem mother nature had a different idea. rest in peace . You will always be in our hearts and minds. "
"I took care of Wayne and his lovely wife,Arlene , as a travel nurse. We would always have little chats at night about the weather and my home state of Tennessee. They reminded of my parents. We continued to have these chats after Arlene passed about the farm and the weather. Now they are together again in the greatest reunion. Prayers for his nephew and the rest of the family. It was a great a privilege to have taken care of them and I will never forget them."
"Wayne and I were classmates aat Preston high school class of 1949
Richard Behrens. "