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A photo of Noel from the early days of UCSC. Noel and his beloved cat Tiggy on the deck of his home. (Photo: Pat Puder)
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Noel as a boy.
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Noel walking at Merrill c. 1968. (Thanks to Valerie Chase.) Laurie, Zoe, and Noel with the Dalai Lama, 1982.
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William King (Noel’s father, far left) in Tibet. Bruce Bullis, a former student, and his son Noel.
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Pictures of Noel sent by Dr. Tarlochan S. Nahal.
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Noel with Philip Bell at the Merrill College graduation in 1970 (photo: Stuart Bennett) Noel with former student Gregory Akhenaton and family, 2008.
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L to R: Jathedar Manjit Singh (Sikh High Priest) honors Dr. Noel King at Nanak Dwara Asharam, Phoenix, Arozona. The Sikh congregation is seen. Phoenix, Arizona – January 1999 (Courtesy of Dr. Tarlochan S. Nahal.) Dr. King talking to Jathedar Manjit Singh, then Jathedar, Sri Akal Takhat, Manjit Singh. Phoenix, AZ, January 1999. (Courtesy of Dr. Tarlochan S. Nahal.)
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Pat Puder, Mike Simpson, and Noel on the deck of the King home. Southwell Minster Memorial, Nottingham, UK. Noel was ordained in Southwell and visited there frequently. He was also a rector in the nearby town of Shelford for some time.On the 22nd February 2009 Southwell Minster will be floodlit at night in memory of Noel Q King, in conjunction with other memorials to him on this day. This has been organised by his Nottingham associated relatives in loving memory.
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Noel at Fort Bhatner. Noel with Dr. Balwant Singh Dhillon of Guru Nanak Dev University, Amritsar- at Khalibanga.

1 comment so far

  1. Pat Floyd on

    I know Noel King only through his books and through what I catch of him as a fan of his wife’s books, but I return to these photos again and again. Here is such a face of kindness and wisdom that to look at it is to be blessed. My condolences to all those who will miss this great man.


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