Carol Novitz

Died: January 12, 2020
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Carol Novitz, 101, passed away January 12, 2020.

She will be remembered as a loving mother, grandmother, great grandmother and friend. In the words of her family “She was a spicy, stylish, funny, animal lover who adored her family and was always up for adventure. She was awesome!”.

Survivors include her daughters; Nancy Uppal and Diane Bernick, a son, Tom Kuschinski, her beloved dog, Ginger, as well as many other family and friends.

In addition to her two prior husbands Carol is preceded in death by her son Charley Kuschinski.

Memorials may be made to Our Mothers House of Venice FL, The Boys and Girls Club of Lansing MI or you could provide a random act of kindness to a stranger in her memory.

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Mandy Bressers & Brenda McGuire posted on 1/15/20

I remember dancing with Carol at Justin's wedding. She was filled with such spunk and joy and we couldn't believe that she was almost 100! If only we all could live with half the life and love this woman had and shared with this world...what a world we would have! :) Know that Brenda and I are sending all of our love and sympathies to all of you during this difficult time. Keep on dancing, Carol!

 

Joe & Gloria Sanger posted on 1/15/20

We extend our condolences to the family of Carol Novitz. May God forever bless and cherish his faithful servant.

 

Bernie and Jane Finn posted on 1/15/20

Dear Diane, Nancy, Tom, Dennis and all of those privileged to be part of Carol’s life. Our most sincere condolences on the passing of Carol. She was indeed a special part of the lives of those who were enriched simply by knowing her. Her memory will never flicker or fade in our hearts. Everyone marveled at her length of years, but it was not long enough for this marvelous woman. May her memory always be for a blessing. Bernie and Jane Finn

 

Jim Trebilcock posted on 1/14/20

Dear Diane, So sorry to hear that Carol has passed. She was a very nice and gracious lady, and I will miss her friendly smile. It was fun looking up from the 3d green at WHCC and seeing her wave. You were lucky to have had her for so many years. My condolences to you, Dennis and your family. Sincerely, Jim Trebilcock

 

Chas bassos posted on 1/14/20

One of the spunkiest, classiest people I have had the pleasure to be acquainted with. Loved both her sense of humor and her graciousness. Condolences to Diane, Dennis and the entire family.

 

gary ganakas posted on 1/14/20

Tom, Diane, Nancy and family my thoughts and prayers go out to all. The caring and love you showed to your mom was an inspiration to all. Carol was such a wonderful lady and I will miss getting strokes from her when we played golf. Gary G

 

John F Fuzak posted on 1/14/20

Carol, or Gramma, as she was known to most of us in Florida, was a truly a remarkable woman. Our thoghts and prayers are with the family.

 

Robin L. Omer posted on 1/14/20

Diane, Nancy, Tom and family: I was saddened to hear of Carol's passing. She lived a long and wonderful life. Carol was always very kind to me and very complimentary of my golf game. I will always remember her offering us drinks and snacks as we putted out on #3 at WH. I hope Carol and my mom will now have time for some bridge. My best to you all. Robin Omer

 

Pam Saunders posted on 1/14/20

In memory of Carol Novitz, Pam Saunders lit a candle

 

Pam Saunders posted on 1/14/20

Dear Nancy, Tom. Diane and family - your mother (and grandmother) was one spectacular woman. She will be missed by so many. May you cherish your fond memories forever. Her contagious smile will be missed at DTN. Love and hugs, Pam

 

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