Janica Joy Noble passed away August 14, 2015 at McKay Dee Medical Center in Ogden, UT with family by her side. She was born December 11, 1976 in Ogden, UT to Val Jay Noble and Julie Ann Boswell. She married David Troy Jones in Ogden, UT and to this union they were blessed with their daughter McKenna LeAnne. They later divorced.She grew up in Riverdale and West Point and graduated from Clearfield High School. She was a “People Person” which allowed her to succeed in her professional life as a Bar Tender and in Property Management.Janica was artistic in many ways. She was a very talented musician in voice and playing the piano as well as writing music. She loved to do beading creating beautiful jewelry, she loved to paint and sketch as well. She was a member of the Symbiont Band and recorded several records. She was kind hearted and giving to all she could including opening her home to those in need for a place of refuge. She was a fitness fanatic and could often be found working out at Golds Gym. She was an animal lover and adored her two dogs Casanova and Yub Yub.She is survived by her Daughter: McKenna LeAnne Jones; Parents: Julie Ann Hillyer (Walter Freddrick), Val Jay Noble (Laurie Rae); Siblings: Jodie Jae Cevering (Kory), Brett Val Noble, Heather Ann Bergstrom (Destry Leon), Kimberly Michelle Bateman, Phillip Joseph Noble (Brooke), Randy George Noble and a host of nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her Grandparents: Forrest Johnson Noble and Oleana McDonald Noble, Robert Lee Boswell and Bessie Hannah Child Boswell, Siblings: Angela Rachelle Weston, Kenneth Eugene Noble, and Chandler Wesley Noble.The family would like to express appreciation to her mother for the countless hours spent in caring for Janica, also her Siblings Phillip, Heather and Jodie for their care as well. Appreciation is extended to the Doctor’s and staff in the emergency and ICU staff at McKay Dee Medical Center.A celebration of Janica’s Life will be held Saturday, September 5, 2015 at 7:00p.m. Please bring your own chair and contact Jodie and Kory Cevering for details.In lieu of flowers the family suggests donations be made to the family to help cover funeral expenses.