Joseph became the eldest of six — with four brothers and one sister.As a six year old, he came to faith in Christ and was widely known for his outspokenness with regard to his Christian convictions. Joseph’s father worked in the coal mines, and, as a young man, he also worked there — in the power-house of the mine.In 2010, he and Matilda were honored by the National Restaurant Association with their “Faces of Diversity, American Dream Award” and flown to Washington DC along with daughters Karen, Matilda and Kay Marie.In 2012, Joseph was honored to be chosen as the Grand Marshall of the Albany Veterans Day Parade.
He was active in sports, earning eight letters in baseball, basketball and track.He was born in Hungary, to Joseph and Barbara Novak on June 4, 1935.Three older brothers died before he was born, including one with whom he shared a birthday.He had such a heart for the military he was also made “Chaplain for Life,” where he lovingly ministered in various ways to those who serve.Joseph Novak was a member of The First Assembly of God (Hope) church for decades before becoming a member of Oak Creek (Neighborhood) church.“They’re not the kind selling out to corporations — they’re more thoughtful and responsible in relationships, too.” To create the report, Amigo Energy looked at U. Census data to determine which states had the most single residents, then combined that data with green dating insights from the U. Department of Energy, Gallup and The Vegetarian Resource Group.From I-78 east – exit onto Route 29 South (Cedar Crest Blvd). During this time, he was a full-time student of electro-mechanical engineering at the University of Pecs.It was also during this time — on August 4, 1956 — that he married his love, Matilda Baumgartner. From I-78 west & Route 309 North - exit onto Lehigh Street (Exit #18). (Lehigh Street becomes Main Street.) Continue straight approximately 2 ½ miles to center of town. on Tuesday, January 23, while in the presence of his beloved wife, Matilda, and daughters, Karen and Matilda, who sang to him of Heaven, Joseph Novak, 82, of Albany, slipped quietly from this life and entered Eternity.