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Marvin Novick

Investment company executive

Marvin Novick, American investment company executive. Certified Public Accountant New York, Michigan, Louisiana, North Carolina. Named one of Outstanding Young Men American, Outstanding American Foundation, 1968; recipient Honor and Service certified, Oak Park Board Education, 1972, Past President award, Michigan Association Emotionally Disturbed Children, 1986.


Novick, Marvin was born on July 16, 1931 in New York City. Son of Joseph and Anna Novick.


Bachelor of Business Administration, City College of New York, 1952. Master of Business Administration, New York University, 1955. Postgraduate, New York University, 1958.


Senior vice president Michigan Blue Cross/Blue Shield, Detroit, 1961-1970. Vice president, director operations underwriting Meadowbrook Insurance, Southfield, 1970-1972. Partner Touche Ross and Company, Detroit, 1972-1984.

Vice chairman Dura Corporation, Southfield, 1984-1987, Wesnovtek Corporation, Birmingham, 1987-1991. President R&M Resources Inc., from 1991. Advisor Meadowbrook Insurance Group, Southfield, from 1995.


  • Certified Public Accountant New York, Michigan, Louisiana, North Carolina.


Trustee Michigan Association Emotional Children, from 1965, also past president. Chairman personnel committee Jewish Welfare Foundation, 1987—1991, associate chairman cultural and education federation committee, 1984—1997. Chairman advisory committee Marrow Foundation, from 1996.

Trustee, treasurer Financial and Building Committee, from 1990, Mariners Inn, 1996—2000, Karmanos Cancer Institute. Mental health center director Rose Hill Center, from 1995. Chairman Oak Park-Huntington Woods-Pleasant Ridge (Michigan) Democratic Organization, 1970—1972, 18th Democratic Congressional District, 1972—1974.

Trustee, vice chairman Union American Hebrew Congregation, from 1981. Chairman finance committee, finance secretary World Progressive Judaism-International, 1985—1999. Member committee Jewish Agency in Isreal, 1987—1999.

Trustee Temple Beth El, Birmingham, Michigan, from 1968, past president. Member various committees Jewish Welfare Federation. Trustee Providence Hospital, Southfield, 1975—1983, past chairman, trustee building board, 1982—1989.

Vice chairman finance committee, trustee Sinai Hospital, 1988—1992, member audit committee, 1995—1997. Board directors B'nai B'rith Centennial Lodge, 1970—1979, past president. Trustee, member executive committee Rose Hill Center, Inc., from 1992.

Member committee Hillel Center, University Michigan. Member of American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, New York State Association of Certified Public Accountants, Michigan Association of Certified Public Accountants.


Married Margaret A. Blau, April 9, 1960. Children: Jeffrey, Stuart, Barry.

Joseph Novick

Anna Novick

Margaret A. Blau

Jeffrey Novick

Stuart Novick

Barry Novick