Ted Noble grew up in Owen Sound, and has always been curious about local history. Ted’s passions were in Architecture, and he pursued a post-secondary education at Humber College in Architectural Technology. He was then lured into the building trades as well as industrial automation and control. Ted soon found himself apprenticing as an Electrician in Toronto. He went further in the electrical field and achieved his Master Electrician designation from the Ontario Electrical Safety Authority.
It was always Ted’s dream to move back to Owen Sound, and so an opportunity to not only move back to Grey County as an Electrician, but to also work for the County of Grey at Grey Roots Museum & Archives, where he can immerse himself in both history and the building trades together, is a perfect match for him. Ted has been with Grey Roots Museum & Archives since 2007.
Ted is a TSSA certified Steam Traction operator.
In his spare time, Ted and his wife are currently restoring a century home located in the downtown district of Owen Sound. He is a member of the Canadian Power and Sail, Owen Sound Squadron and loves cruising the emerald waters of Georgian Bay and the Trent-Severn Waterway.