Andrea NovakJuly 13, 1970 - December 27, 2022
Posted on December 28, 2022 at 2:41 PM • 3 Comments
Andrea Novak, 52, passed away Tuesday, December 27, 2022, at home in Corbin, Kentucky. She was born July 13, 1970, in Oak Lawn, Illinois.
Andrea was the beloved daughter of Michael Novak (deceased) and Pauline Novak; sister of Dawn Rivera and Michael Novak (Sherry); aunt to Heather Rivera, Matthew Rivera, Alyssa Novak, Jessica Novak, and Alex Novak; and niece to Rose Wachter, James Novak, and Diane Mason (Wayne). She also leaves behind other relatives and many friends.
Andrea was dearly loved and will be sorely missed.
In addition to her father, Andrea was preceded in death by her uncle, Slim Wachter.
The family will receive friends from 1:00 – 3:00 P.M. Friday, December 30, 2022, in the Cumberland Memorial Gardens Mausoleum at Lily, Kentucky.
Military rites will be conducted at 3:00 P.M. by the American Legion Post 88 Honor Guard to honor Andrea’s service in the United States Army.
Entombment will follow.
In lieu of flowers or gifts, memorial donations may be made to a local school reading program or local animal shelter.
Hart Funeral Home is handling the arrangements.
Sharon GantPosted at 16:49h, 28 December
Such a sweet person. Loved animals. Loved her family. She will be missed.
Holly RydenPosted at 19:16h, 31 December
I will always remember your beautiful smile and cherish our childhood memories! Rest In Peace sweet Andrea!❤️🙏
Stephen TrevinoPosted at 21:23h, 02 January
Dear Andrea, As I remember, you were a very caring and loving person. Although we didn’t server together in the military, we served a common purpose; piece for our Country. For you will always be my sister in arms.
I’ll always remember a time back in the 1980’s., a time when you tried to help me catch my dog (Rosie) who got away from me one evening. I feared that my dog Rosie would run onto Western Ave. I regret that I got a little angry with you that evening. I know that you were only trying to help me catch my dog and get her to come back. I wasn’t understanding or patient that evening and I remember that I hurt your feelings. As I feared, my dog Rosie ended-up on Western Ave. and she got hit by a car. I feel that I took out my frustrations on you. For years, I prayed and asked for forgiveness. I wish that I could have told you that I was sorry that evening.
I will always miss you smile and cheerful voice. You brought so much love to all those around you. You will be missed by all the gang on Claremont Ave.