In Memory of

Kevin

David

Novak

(MacPhee)

Obituary for Kevin David Novak (MacPhee)

NOVAK, Kevin David (MacPhee)-

Passed away peacefully at home, with his wife Debbie by his side, on April 15, 2024, at l0:42am, at the age of 69. Loving husband of Debbie (Wingrove) for 42 years. Beloved father of Sue-Ann Chmay (Jamie) and Danny Chmay (Melissa). Grandfather of Darnell Chmay, Cody Chmay-Long, Connor Chmay-Smith, Donavan Chmay, Danny Chmay Jr., step-grandfather of Jayde Jones and Jordan Stiver, and great-grandfather of 3. Dear brother of Clare Marshall (Randy), Tim Novak, and Christopher MacPhee. Devoted step-son of Jean Marie MacPhee. Fun uncle of Justin Hurd, Matthew Hurd, Ashley Hurd, Lance Jacob, Bradley Jacob, and Neil Novak. Fondly remembered by many cousins and friends.

As a faithful follower of Jesus, Kevin enjoyed serving in the church and held many positions. He belonged to "The Walking Stick” Ministry, serving, sowing and reaping for Christ. Nothing made him happier than sharing his faith in Jesus and leading others to be saved. In his working life, Kevin worked as a machine operator for General Motors in St. Catharines for more than 30 years. In his downtime, Kevin enjoyed playing golf, and won many trophies and prizes in various tournaments. He especially loved riding his Harley, and placing in "Sho and Shine" competitions. He couldn’t have too much chrome and also decked it out in teakwood and lights. Kevin and Debbie took many trips together on his Harley, even making it out to Sturgis, South Dakota.

The family will receive friends at Morse & Son Funeral Home, 5917 Main St., Niagara Falls, on Friday April 19, 2024, between 10-11am. A service to celebrate the life of Kevin to begin at 11am with interment at Fairview Cemetery to follow. Following the interment friends and family are invited to Main Street Baptist Church, 6151 Main St, Niagara Falls, for a reception and time of fellowship and continued sharing of memories. As an expression of sympathy, those who wish, in lieu of flowers, may make a memorial donation to the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews www.ifcj.ca. Memories, photos and condolences may be shared at www.morseandson.com.