Obituaries Related to "Novak" from New York Times Archive
A Roman Catholic social philosopher, Mr. Novak abandoned liberal politics to make the theological and moral case for capitalism in a series of books.
Ms. Novak took over Spottswoode, her family’s vineyard, and turned it into a top producer of cabernet sauvignon and sauvignon blanc.
Mr. Novak was a political columnist and cable television fixture whose scoops reached across five decades.
NOVAK--Naomi Rock, died on September 15, 2006 at New York University Hospital, following complications from a debilitating illness. She was buried on September 20 next to her husband, James, in State College, PA. She is deeply mourned by those who loved her.
NOVAK--Marguerite Theurer. Of West Caldwell, NJ, on Saturday, July 12, 2003. Beloved wife of the late Max Novak. Devoted mother of Darryl L. and Wayne A. Novak. Loving grandmother of Lars T., Margo S., S. Yvonne, Todd A. and Emily E. Novak, great-grandmother of Woods W., Alexander T. and Emily K. Novak. Dear sister of Lydia Pfund and the late John Theurer. Relatives and friends are invited to attend a memorial service at St. Luke's Lutheran Church, 306 W. 46th Street, NY, NY, on Thursday, July 1 ...
NOVAK-Stephen, 97. Of Hudson, N.Y., died in Stuart, FL, January 31. An honorable Hungarian-American gentleman. Friend indeed to many in need. Devoted husband of the late Margaret, dear father of Jean Murphy, Port Washington, L.I. and Stephen Novak of Jensen Beach, FL, six grandchildren, ten great grandchildren, a brother and two sisters. Loved forever.
NOVAK-Mae Lavitt, 95. Of Springfield, MA, died July 14, 2002 after a long illness. Survived by son, Joseph, of Santa Fe, NM, and daughter, Judith Gorlick, of Worcester, MA, 3 grandchildren, Jeffrey, Laurie and David Gorlick, and four great-grandchildren. Memorial donations may be made to the Parkinson's Disease Foundation.
NOVAK-Joan Tross. Passed away on April 15, 2002 in her 75th year at her home in New York City. Devoted mother of Gregory and Mark Novak. Loving grandmother of Rebecca, Jeffrey, Jason, Jennifer & Jacqueline. Her remarkable intellect and creativity as an artist, writer and decorator will continue to inspire us. But it is her unconditional love, support and good cheer that we will miss the most. Our love for her will be eternal. Funeral services Wednesday, April 17, 5 PM, Frank E. CampbellThe Funer ...
NOVAK-Judith Iris. Age 58 died October 8, 2001 at home after a long, gallant and arduous battle with lung cancer. Devoted daughter of the late Leon H. and Helen Novak. Beloved sister of Ronald and Rose Novak. An inspiring and courageous mother of Vanessa (Joe Kmetz) of Bozeman, Montana and Jillian of New York and Los Angeles. Loving aunt of Mara (Dr. Mitchell Miller) and Leila and great-aunt of Gareth and Zoe. Judy was a graduate of Pratt/NYU & an innovative and witty graphic designer. She lived ...
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