Coble D. Wilson III
P. O. Box 670
Lumberton, NC 28358
Res: (910) 739-9019
Cell: (910) 258-9860
Noble Coble D. Wilson, III was born on February 5, 1968, in Lumberton, North Carolina to Coble D., Jr. and Pattie Wilson. Coble graduated from Lumberton Sr. High in 1986. He then went on to attend Kings College graduating with a Degree in Marketing in 1988. Upon graduation, he went to work with Freeman Motor Company where he joined his grandfather and father as the third generation of Wilson’s to work at the family owned business. In 1999, Coble partnered with his brother Dayton to open Wilson Automotive, where he is still the managing partner of Wilson Automotive and Custom Golf Carts and part owner of Wilson Investments.
In 1997, Coble married Lumberton native Sheryl Gore. They were blessed with the birth of their son Jameson Coble “Jace” in November 2009. They are members of First Presbyterian Church in Lumberton.
Coble was raised to the Degree of Master Mason on March 9, 1993, at St. Alban’s Lodge #114 in Lumberton, NC. He presided as Master of the Lodge in 1998. He became a member of Sudan Shriners on August 7, 1993 and later that same year joined the Robeson County Shrine Club. Since his joining, Coble has been a very active member with his club and Sudan Shriners. In 1998, he received the Nelson Banks Membership Award. In 2001, he was honored with the award of “Shriner of the Year”. He served as club president in 2002 & 2003. Following his tenure as president, he served as the clubs treasurer from 2005 to 2011. He is a charter member of the Sudan Tomcats unit where he assisted with its formation in 1997. Coble proudly served as Fall Ceremonial Chairman in 2001 for Illustrious Sir Joe I. Joyner and in 2006 for Illustrious Sir C. Olen Smith, Jr. He was elected in October 2002 to the New Bern Court Royal Order of Jesters #145. He served as Membership Chairman for Sudan Shriners from 2005 – 2009 and Co-chairman in 2011. He served on the Shrine Bowl of the Carolinas form 2018 till present. Coble has also been an active part of his community by serving on the Lumberton Area Chamber of Commerce Board from 2004 - 2006.