Curtis Noble Obituary, Death – Curtis Noble, 41, Medicine Hat Firefighter, Alberta has passed away on December 15, 2022. Alberta Professional Fire Fighters & Paramedics Association took to social media to pay tribute to Curtis Noble; ” We are writing to inform you with a heavy heart that Curtis Noble passed away earlier today due to circumstances that were completely unforeseen. Since 2018, Executive Vice President Noble has served on the Executive Board of the Alberta Professional Fire Fighters & Paramedics Association. In this role, he has played a significant role in the association’s efforts to enhance the quality of life for a significant number of individuals.
His leadership, which was distinguished by his dedication and passion, was the driving force behind the myriad of positive reforms that have been implemented for workers, firemen, and first responders in Alberta and Canada. Curtis was an advocate for the removal of stigma connected with first responders seeking help for mental health issues, as well as for the mental health resources that are currently available. He was the primary mover and shaker behind many of the developments that resulted in the expansion of cancer coverage for firefighters and the families of those firefighters. Because of his approach and work in the political sphere, the APFFPA was able to engage decision makers and ensure that the health, safety, rights, and entitlements of our members were understood and supported.
This was made possible by the fact that we were able to ensure that they were engaged. By ensuring that the APFFPA was able to successfully engage decision makers, this was made achievable. All of us became better people as a result of Curtis’s influence. In Medicine Hat, Curtis was a member of Local 263 and served as a fireman. Not only was he happy to serve his community as a Qualified Officer, but he also was happy to serve as a leader in the IAFF. Both of these things made him very happy.
Our deepest sympathies go out to Curtis’ loved ones, including his family and friends, as well as all of his brothers and sisters in the Medicine Hat Firefighters family. There are going to be a lot of people who can’t function normally without him. I want to express my appreciation to you, Curtis, for all that you’ve done to assist other people. You have improved things for all of us, and you will be remembered for the great impact that you had on our company as well as the lasting impression that you made on those who worked here because of it.