Justin G. Novak

Resided in Perronville, MI
Died October 18th, 2015

Justin G. Novak, 32, of Perronville, passed away early Sunday morning, October 18, 2015 at UP Health Systems Marquette from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident.

He was born on December 31, 1982 in Marinette, WI, son to George W. and Debra J. (Caron) Novak.

Justin graduated from Bark River Harris High School and later received a degree in welding. He has worked as a Boilermaker Journeyman for the past 10 years.

Justin enjoyed kayaking, fishing, snow skiing, boating, motorcycle riding, deer hunting and spending time with his many friends and especially his nieces and nephew, Sharleigh, Star and Jason Jr. He was a generous and caring man and was loved by all that knew him.

He came to know and love his Lord and Savior. Justin received his salvation while attending New Life Assembly of God in Escanaba at the age of 15. Pastor Bob Derheim mentored, nurtured, and also baptized Justin.

Among survivors include his parents, George and Debra Novak of Perronville; brothers, Jason Novak of Escanaba, George Novak Jr. of Escanaba, Richard Gary Novak and Brandon Robert Wayne Novak both of Arlington, TX; nephew, Jason Novak Jr. of Escanaba; nieces Sharleigh and Star Novak of Escanaba; grandmother; Elsie Caron of Danforth; grandfather, Wayne (Pam) Caron of Escanaba; uncles and aunts, Wayne (Patti) Caron, Connie Caron, Sandy Caron all of Danforth, Cathy Caron of Mt. Pleasant, Randy (Janice) Caron of Cornell, Richard (Anna) Novak of Perronville, Frank (Charlotte) Novak of Iron Mountain, Pat (Dan) Klugh of Hudson, FL and Anna (Novak) of Escanaba; best friend, Jennifer Vandermissen; special cousin, Cassandra (Brent) Dagenais) and many other cousins and friends.

He was preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Stanley and Anna Novak and uncle, Stanley Novak, Jr.

Private services will be held at the convenience of the family.

The Crawford Funeral Homes are assisting the Novak family.

2 Tributes to “Justin G. Novak”

  1. What a shock to lose a loved one so unexpectedly. Our deepest sympathies are with you all.

  2. Deeply sorry for your loss. May God comfort you during this difficult time.

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