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Bob Noble

Senior Technology Consultant

Philadelphia Housing Authority

HQ Phone:  (215) 686-5200

Email: b***@***.gov

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Philadelphia Housing Authority

1234 Market Street 16th Floor

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania,19107

United States

Company Description

The Philadelphia Land Bank is a powerful tool to return vacant and tax-delinquent properties to productive use. It will simplify the process of transferring properties from public agencies to private owners. It can also acquire privately owned vacant parcels t...more

Background Information

Employment History

Cooperative Business Developer

KEYSTONE DEVELOPMENT CENTER INC


Software Developer

NASDAQ


President

Weavers Way Co


Web References(16 Total References)


Weaver's Way Co-op - Board Members

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Bob Noble, Immediate Past President. Bob is a Senior Technology Consultant at the Philadelphia Stock Exchange, has served as block captain, and has been active with crime and safety issues in his community.His wife teaches math at Germantown High; his daughter's a graduate of Central High and NYU; and his son will graduate from Central High in June 2006 and will attend Northeastern University.One of Bob's most memorable experiences as a young adult was helping to form a food co-op in Cambridge, Mass., in 1971.At that time he was also active in the anti-war movement, and other social justice issues.Bob moved to Philadelphia in 1975 and became a steelworker.He was active in the union and in the Logan community where he lived until he move to Mt. Airy in 1993.He joined the Co-op in 1991, the Membership Committee in 1998, and the Diversity and Outreach Committee in 1999, was appointed At-large Director to the Board in January 2000, served as Vice President 2000-2002, and President 2002-2006.In May 2006 he began his final year on the Board as Immediate Past President.


June | 2009 | React Environmental Professional Services Group, Inc.

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Front row: Ann Karlen (Fair Food) and Barry Seymour (DVRPC); Back row: Rachel Millenbach (Weavers Way Community Programs), David Sillers (Weavers Way Community Partnerships), Bob Noble (Weavers Way Cooperative Association), Glenn Bergman (Weavers Way Cooperative Association), John Weidman (The Food Trust), Patty Hasson (Greensgrow Philadelphia Project), Jerry Naples, Jr (REPSG), Miriam Manon (The Food Trust), and the Honorable Edwin (Ted) Erickson, PA State Senate, 26th District, recipient of DVRPC's 2009 Regional Leader Award.


www.chestnuthilllocal.com

Bob Noble, a former president of the co-op, said Mr. Timerman was "a prodigious worker."


The Peninsula On-line: Qatar's leading English Daily

www.thepeninsulaqatar.com [cached]

MGC Captain Bob Noble thanked Qatar Kentz for their generous support and presented Mark with a MGC memento.


The Peninsula On-line: Qatar's leading English Daily

www.thepeninsulaqatar.com [cached]

In the net category, MGC Captain Bob Noble (87+69=156) took the Gents Best Net overall first prize, whilst Caroline Michael (75+77=152) won Ladies best net.Captain Bob Noble presented Rush with MGC mementos as a token of appreciation for Mannai's generous support of the Championship.


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