Charles ìChuckî Novak, 22, of Hendersonville, died Sunday October 24, 2010 from injuries sustained in an automobile accident.
A memorial service will be at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, October 27, 2010, at Liberty Baptist Church on Old Clear Creek Road.
I still remember.
Jackie, I never forget. I’ve thought so much about Chuck this week. I miss him.
I loved and miss my ”baby” every single solitary day, no matter how much time passes. I still cannot believe how quickly he was swept away from us. It is so good to know many of our young soldiers who defend our nation have commented that Chuck helped them make it through boot camp. Chuck left a much bigger impact even tan that, along with a son, and deeply grieving mom and ”surrogate” mom in his Aunt Bunky. I miss you doll….
its been 8 months and i still think about what happened and how u and me were textin some funny stuff just 3 hours before you were killed and taken from all of us that loved and cared about you deeply. i miss you bro each and every day, u never leave my mind man and i swear its like your always in my dreams and they feal real its awesome. i still cant believe ur gone im still in shock over that. atleast i got to chill with u in charlotte one more time and that was the best nite of my life. tp misses u 2bro hell we all do. ill see ya again one day, i love ya brother
jackie , charles told me to tell you ,he is so sorry for your loss!!! are prayers are with you !!!! RICE FAMILY
Jackie,So Sorry for your loss our hearts and prayers are with you.
i gonna miss u Novak! you was a great friend and a great battle buddy in the army.. i really hate i didnt get to hang out with you when u came to charlotte. I know you will be watching over all of us and im gonna miss u R.I.P
Jackie, I hope you will remember me, I worked with you many years ago at Roberts-Stevens. I remember talking with you about your sonand how close you were. I am so sorry for your loss. I will be praying for you and your family.
I didn’t know Mr. Novak or his family, but I would like to extend my thoughts and prayers to you during this difficult time.
Chuck I never had the chance to meet you but my son Jeffrey Barnette spoke of you often you were in basic with him. He hates that he didn’t get to see you when you came to Charlotte.