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John Noveske Dead

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Our condolences to all affected.

<blockquote> “Noveske Rifleworks would ask you to remember the passing of our founder, John Noveske, who died Friday, January 4th 2013 in an automobile accident.”

“John planned for all eventualities, and wanted to ensure any changes would be as seamless as possible for our customers, dealers, suppliers, employees and friends. While this will be a trying time, we do not expect a change in the day to day operations of Noveske Rifleworks. We would like to thank you for your support as we deal with our loss, and would ask that instead of flowers, you consider a donation to a cause we will announce at later date.”

“John was more than just the founder of Noveske Rifleworks, he was a loving husband and father, and caring friend.”

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:'( R.I.P. our condolences to the family,that God welcomes him into heaven with open arms.I was the passenger in a car that rear ended another at about 20 mph. no seat belt on impact I braced my arms on the dash which created a pivot sending into the windshield.

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Condolences and best wishes to the family. A name is what you make of it, and John Noveske in his short time here made a name that is synonymous with excellence. Rest in peace John.

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Sad times for the firearms industry, and the Pacific Northwest.  It was about 2 1/2 years ago that Logan Coffey (Tactical Tailor) died in a car accident in Lakewood, WA.    I knew him, he knew me by name.  I shopped for his goods since the beginning.  Pushed several contracted purchases through him for gear.  Everytime I'd stop into the shop he had on 100th St SW (before the move to the current location), he'd show me something new he was doing, or making.  Almost had him talked into buying the bumpers off my Dodge - he wasn't gonna get mine, but he was looking into the company that made them...  <laughs>

I've never met John Noveske, but I'm certain that he's the same caliber of man, and he will certainly be sorely missed in this community. 

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Sad times for the firearms industry, and the Pacific Northwest.  It was about 2 1/2 years ago that Logan Coffey (Tactical Tailor) died in a car accident in Lakewood, WA.    I knew him, he knew me by name.  I shopped for his goods since the beginning.  Pushed several contracted purchases through him for gear.  Everytime I'd stop into the shop he had on 100th St SW (before the move to the current location), he'd show me something new he was doing, or making.  Almost had him talked into buying the bumpers off my Dodge - he wasn't gonna get mine, but he was looking into the company that made them...  <laughs>

I've never met John Noveske, but I'm certain that he's the same caliber of man, and he will certainly be sorely missed in this community.

John was a great man I have known him since the beginning just after he left PAC-NOR started in a small shed in his fathers backyard moved to a shop/garage at his home and the rest is history . He has a great group of people in his circle that will do there best to keep what he has started alive . here is a pic in 2007 check out his hat

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here is a pic in 2007 check out his hat

Hell yeah, brother.  <thumbsup>  It's a small world, in many more ways than one. 

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