Kenneth Lee Nowack

kenneth nowack
Kenneth Lee Nowack


(Age 56)

Of Fairfax, VA, a native of Milwaukee, WI, passed away on Sunday, September 26, 2010 at INOVA Fair Oaks Hospital with his family by his side. Beloved husband of Dana Nowack; loving father of Amy Paradis (Steve) of Philadelphia, PA and Kate Nowack of Chesapeake Beach, MD; son of June and the late Ken Nowack of Milwaukee, WI; brother of Keith Nowack (Jill) and Linda Volkman of Milwaukee, WI; grandfather of Benny Jones. He is also survived by nieces, a nephew, and many friends. In lieu of flowers family suggests that memorial contributions be made to the American Heart Association, the American Kidney Foundation, and/or the American Diabetes Association.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. My condolences to the Nowack Family, During this time of great sorrow, may it comfort you to know that others are deeply touched by your loss. I too know the pain of losing someone dear. Even though our hearts are broken, rest assure that our Grand Creator cares about you personally (1Peter5:7) and can help you though this difficult time. Revelation 21:4 speaks of a time soon when God will do away with death forever. There will be no more sorrow, heartache, or pain. May your happy memories and sure scriptural hope comfort your hearts during this painful time.

  2. My heart is burdened by the loss of our dear brother Ken. His courage and never-failing faith has been an inspiration to those of us here in Tennessee and those in Maryland and Arkansas in our family who loved him dearly. Those who we love are never far away from us in our hearts. We rejoice in the health and happiness Ken has in Heaven with our Lord and look forward to the day when we meet again! We love you Dana, June, Amy and Kate! Elfi Hillhouse, Bonny and Gary Dantzler, Teresa and James Beatty

  3. Although my heart is broken in two I have so many good mem’ries of you. You have been a tower of Faith and Love, Sent to our family by God above. You chose us to be your adopted family here And we have been blessed year after year. I love you and will miss you,so much my sweet brother, And I can’t wait for the day when we’ll once again hug each other.

  4. Dana, my thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. I hope the sadness you now feel will soon be replaced by memories of happy times spent with Ken. May GOD bless you and Ken’s family with HIS love and peace.

  5. Dana, I know you will miss your soul mate and friend, but will also cherish the many memories you had together. You know your friends are here for you whenever you need us. Love and peace, Deborah

  6. Dear Dana and family…Ken’s passing will leave an empty space in your lives but not your hearts. No longer will you have to watch him suffer and feel that pain yourselves because of your love for him. I am so glad that Barry and I got the chance to see him during his last week. He will be missed. Love, Annette and Barry

  7. Dear, dear Dana: I am grieving with you, and the extended Nowack and Grena families, in your loss of this special man. I am remembering with pleasure back to the days when you and Ken began dating, and embarked on married life, and the adventures and challenges you and he faced over the years, joined in love. Please know that, in addition to your wonderful families, you have a legion of friends who love you and are ready to support you in every way we can. I know you will always miss Ken–we will too. With love, Liz

  8. My Uncle Kenney, was also my god-father. I wish I was able to have spent more time with him. I enjoyed his visits here in Milwaukee and hope that he is looking down upon us with a smile knowing we all loved him very much! To Dana and my cousins, Amy, Kate and Ben..we are here for you should you need anything! Love you all! xoxo Jennifer, Bob, Desiree and Kayleigh Greendale, WI

  9. Dear Dana, We were so sorry to hear of the passing of your husband. Please know you and all of Ken’s family are in our thoughts. Our Sincerest Condolences, Sarah Lynch Harrington & Family (your step-cousin)

  10. Dana, There is a time for everything, And a season for every activity under heaven: A time to be born and a time to die, A time to plant and a time to uproot, A time to tear down and a time to build, A time to weep and a time to laugh, A time to mourn and a time to dance, A time to scatter stones and a time to gather them, A time to embrace and a time to refrain, A time to search and a time to give up, A time to keep and a time to throw away, A time to tear and a time to mend, A time to be silent and a time to speak, A time to love and a time to hate, A time for war and a time for peace. The secret to peace with God is to discover, accept, and appreciate Gods perfect timing. Our deepest and sincere condolences. Ken lives in our hearts. We wish you God’s peace.

  11. Dear Dana, We are so sorry to hear of Ken’s death. Our love and prayers to you. Love, Mickey & Marlo

  12. Dana, I pray that you find peace in the midst of this loss. Ken was an active member of First Lutheran in Huntingtown, MD when he lived in Calvert County. He loved Kate and Amy, speaking to me of them often. I know that he will be missed by many. We thank God for the hope that lives in us thru Christ Jesus – for Christ certainly makes life worth living and death worth dying. May HIS joy support you through these days of challenge and change.

  13. Dear Dana, These are sorrowful and difficult days for you. Your love and deep devotion to Ken was an inspiration. We and are deeply saddened by your loss and offer our heart-felt prayers for him, to you and to all your family.

  14. Dana, I was so sorry to hear of Ken’s passing this morning. He was a true survivor with all that he’s been through. I can easily understand why you wanted to marry him..he was an inspiration to all. At least now there is no suffering that he (and you for him) have to go through. My prayers are with you….God Bless!!

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