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Daryl Leslie Noggler

September 24, 1948 March 4, 2018
Daryl Leslie Noggler
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Daryl Leslie Noggler not the name most people knew him by. Pancho, as his friends and family called him was born September 24, 1948 in Cincinnati, OH. He grew up in Loveland, Ohio, graduating Loveland High School in 1966, attended classes at Miami University and in 1976 completed the IBEW Apprenticeship Program for his electrical journeymanship certification.
Raised by his parents as a free range child enjoying the freedom of his youth, learning from experiences and acquiring the foundation of his unique personality that endeared him to so many relatives, friends and acquaintenances. Pancho made friendships where ever he was or whatever he was doing. On a date to a sports car race at Mid* Ohio in 1969 he met Peggy White of North Canton, Ohio. The relationship resulted in marriage May 15, 1971 lasting 47 years.
Pancho's interests were wide, varied and evolving. In his youth, interests were modeled after late 1800's western culture of horsemanship and pioneering. During high school his focus turned to European sports cars (more appropriate for going on dates and getting to work). He also learned the feel of freedom that comes with riding motorcycles. He was a member of the Cincinnati Alfa Romeo Club and remained involved with the Cincinnati British Motorcycle Club wearing the club jersey until his passing.
His first job was with the Fiberglass Evercoat Lab followed by several years with the Drackett Co. R&D lab in the 1970's. Pancho also held positions in retail jewelry sales, after market automotive fabrication and as a certified electrician with IBEW Local #212 before joining the City of Blue Ash in 1982 to do facilities maintenance. He became the City liasion caring and spreading his positive attitude with all departments. City residents and administrators recognized Pancho for his "can do" attitude and broad acquired knowledge and skills.
From every form of maintenance throughout the City to designing and constructing all manner of things for all the special events the City sponsored to showing kids the art of tomahawk throwing at Heritage Days, he was the "go to" guy. He was an accomplished black powder muzzle loading rifleman and a skilled knife maker. He worked on all the equipment necessary to create and maintain his nine acres of Pancho's Parkway. He finished his public career by servicing customers at Beck Hardware in Goshen. Here, too, in a brief three years, he gathered many more friends that respected him for his knowledge and helpfulness.
After a four year battle with larynx cancer, Pancho is survived by his wife, Peggy, the beautiful and unique daughter, Olivia, grandchildren Azeeza and Joseph, sister Melissa Noggler Webb, aunts, uncle, cousins, nieces and nephews. Preceeding his death are parents Pauline and Carl Noggler and sister Carlene Noggler Bocks Siler.
Pancho made numerous friends by being himself; not flamboyant or outspoken, just the real deal. Wide breath of skills made him the "go to" guy with things electrical, mechanical, welding, problem solving and creative.
There is a memorial service planned May 5, 2018 beginning at 4:00 p.m. at the Noggler Home. Come enjoy the park that Pancho created for his loved ones and himself.
In lieu of flowers, donations in Pancho's memory are encouraged to Circle Tail. Visit www.circletail.org or call (513) 8778325 for info.

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