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Johnstown, New York Funeral Homes
1 N Melcher Street
Johnstown, New York 12095
(518) 762-8612
215 E Main Street
Johnstown, New York 12095
(518) 762-3919
15 N William Street
Johnstown, New York 12095
(518) 762-8681
Johnstown, New York Obituaries and News
Margaret L. ‘Peg’ Zoellner February 25, 2017

Donations in Peg’s memory to J.A.V.A.C., P.O. Box 523, Johnstown, New York 12095 will be greatly appreciated. Condolences to the family may be made online by visiting our website at www.barterdonnan.com. (Leader Herald)

Michael Novak, 83, Catholic scholar who championed capitalism February 20, 2017

NEW YORK — Michael Novak, a Roman Catholic social philosopher ... Michael John Novak Jr. was born in Johnstown, Pa., the grandson of Slovak immigrants and the oldest of five children. He grew up in Indiana, Pa., and McKeesport, Pa., (The Boston Globe)

Michael Novak, Catholic Scholar Who Championed Capitalism, Dies at 83 February 19, 2017

9, 1933, in Johnstown, Pa., the grandson of Slovak immigrants and the ... After becoming an associate professor of philosophy and religious studies at the State University of New York at Old Westbury, an experimental school, he began writing on broader ... (New York Times)

Obituary: Michael Novak / Johnstown native made a religious case for capitalism February 19, 2017

But he never forgot his roots in a Johnstown immigrant Slovak family amid the Great ... Peter Smith: petersmith@post-gazette.com or 412-263-1416; Twitter @PG_PeterSmith. The New York Times and The Washington Post contributed. (Pittsburgh Post-Gazette)

Michael Novak, theologian who made a spiritual case for capitalism, dies at 83 February 17, 2017

Michael John Novak Jr. was born to a Slovak American family in Johnstown, Pa., on Sept ... circle of friends thought you were faintly crazy,” Mr. Novak told the New York Times in 1982. He said that he aspired to be a novelist, but “didn’t see ... (Washington Post)