August 10, 1963 – May 26, 2021
Mark was born in New Westminster, British Columbia to William Bradley Novak and Minnie Pauline (Rosin) Novak of Abbotsford BC.
Mark was predeceased by both of his parents.
He is survived by his children: Brooklyn Novak, Jo-lene Novak, and Jaymie Muncey; sisters, Lorilie (Randy) Mack, their children, Amber and Erin; Crystal (Randy) Kissel, their children, Tanner, McKenzie and Brittney; and LeAnne Novak and her son Jody; half siblings, Joanne, Rick and Robert Semeniuk and numerous nieces and nephews.
Mark was a natural athlete and avid sportsman. He loved anything that gave him an adrenaline rush, adored all things with a motor. He spent most of his leisure time on his motorcycles, or boating or sledding. He was a great skier, both on the water and on the snow.
He also collected many vehicles, but Mustangs were his favourite. As his daughter Brooklyn grew up she joined him in all his activities. She loved it as much as he did.
Mark was also a hard-working guy. His companies Asphalt Valley Services of Vernon, BC, and AV Rail of Kamloops, BC, were built by his single-minded drive and maintained by his reputation as a smart, reliable and goal-oriented businessman.
Recently, Mark sold AV Rail and was looking to lessen his role in his paving company as retirement was on the horizon. Mark had a huge heart; he was generous with his love and his attention. He loved animals and is now with his beloved dog Belle.
There will be a memorial placed in Alberta alongside his parents. If anyone would like to add a memory, letter or photo to be placed in a memory box, please email email@example.com.
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