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  • Rosemary Ermis
    from The Sealy news, Friday, September 5, 2008 MARY BOGAR NOVICKE On Sept. 1, the Lord called Mary Bogar Novicke home. She was born on Feb. 1, 1926 in Frydek
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      from The Sealy news, Friday, September 5, 2008
       
      MARY BOGAR NOVICKE
       
      On Sept. 1, the Lord called Mary Bogar Novicke home.  She was born on Feb. 1, 1926 in Frydek to Paul and Mary Gavranovic Bogar.
       
      Mary was raised in the Frydek and Sealy community and attended school in Frydek.  She married Edmund Novicke on Oct. 18, 1949 and they were blessed with four children, Franklin, Michael, BenE and Yvonne.
       
      She was known as "Granny" to many people, including her grandchildren and great grandchildren.
       
      One of her favorite loves was her family.  She loved cooking and baking for them and will be remembered for her famous cream pies, cinnamon rolls, strudel and chicken noodle soup.
       
      Several of her pastimes were playing cards and dominoes with her friends, going to Louisiana and playing bingo.  She loved bingo.  She made many bingo buddies throughout her years of playing.  For many years she made sandwiches and cakes for the Knights of Columbus Monday night Bingo until two years ago when her illness prevented her from doing it any longer.
       
      She was preceded in death by her parents, Paul and Mary Bogar; and sons, Franklin and Michael.
       
      She is survived by her loving husband of 59 years, Edmund Novicke; son BenE and wife Lyn; daughter Yvonne Tesch and husband Troy; daughter-in-laws Connie Novicke and Tana Novicke; grandchildren, Keith and Stephanie Novicke, Chad and Bobbie Jo Novicke, Kyle and Kelly Novicke, Brandon and Allison Novicke, Amy and Stephen Cryan, Mark and Kimm Tesch, Konrad and Melissa Novicke, Justin and Laci Tesch and Bryn Novicke; 19 great grandchildren; brother, Bill Bogar; sister, Margie Kveton; and many other numerous relatives and friends.
       
      A funeral mass was held Sept. 4 at 11 a.m. at Immaculate Conception Catholic.  Interment followed immediately in the Immaculate Conception Church Cemetery.
       
      Pallbearers were her eight grandsons.
       
      In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to the Immaculate Conception Church Renovation Fund or Cemetery Fund or to the charity of choice.
       
      Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Knesek Family Funeral Chapels.
       
      Submitted by Rosemary Ermis
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