Revealed here is a link where you can sign the Robert Novak Guest Book. Perhaps you have signed a guestbook at a funeral before. This is an import way to leave a tribute or share a memory. It can now be done easily on line.
This is a great way to leave a memory, and a tribute for someone you knew or admired.
Robert Novak was known as the a tireless reporter and newsman who got the story. He embraced his nickname “Prince of Darkness.” Politicians Feared him. Born Jewish, he died a devoted Catholic. He had no use for bloggers.
Born Jewish, Mr. Novak converted to Catholicism in 1998. He credited his ability to handle the shock of learning he had a brain tumor in 2008 to his Catholic faith. In one of his last columns, on Sept. 7, 2008, Mr. Novak wrote about how he learned he had a brain tumor.
“The first sign that I was in trouble came on Wednesday, July 23, when my 2004 black Corvette struck a pedestrian on 18th Street in downtown Washington while I was on my way to the office.”
Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.) is also fighting a brain tumor, and Mr. Novak disclosed in the column that he had found his brain surgeon with help from Kennedy’s wife, Vicki.
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