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Andrew Timothy Slovick
October 4, 1988 ~ May 14, 2023 (age 34) 34 Years Old
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Andrew Timothy Slovick, 34, of Minersville, passed away Sunday, May 14, 2023 at home as a result of his on-going battle with epilepsy.
Born October 4, 1988, he was the son of Joseph and Colleen (MacCready) Slovick of Minersville.
Preceding him in death were his grandparents Sam and Kathleen MacCready, and Tony and Florence Slovick.
Surviving in addition to his parents are a brother Joseph Slovick, husband of Brenda, Minersville; a sister Amy Slovick and her significant other, John Lucas, Orwigsburg; and nephew Aidan Slovick, Minersville. Also surviving are aunts and uncles including his godfather Richard Reynolds and Debbie Reynolds, his godmother Nancy Reppy and William Reppy, Sharon Kraus, Richard MacCready & Jean, Glenn and Maria Williams. He also leaves behind many beloved cousins, godson Grant, both new and lifelong friends, and his kittens Lucy and Lola.
Andrew was a 2007 graduate of Minersville Area High School and attended Penn State University.
An avid runner, Andrew accomplished many feats in his short life, including 2 marathon runs, a few half marathons and countless 5ks in addition to brain surgery as an attempt to cure his epilepsy. He wished for others to understand more about epilepsy, a complex neurological disease.
He was a member of the Schuylkill County Community Chorus and was set to act in the upcoming Majestic Theatre production of Chicago, in June.
He was a fun uncle who enjoyed picking up Aidan from school, playing in the yard for hours and allowing Aidan to lead their walks throughout town. Andrew thoroughly enjoyed all things Hersheypark, Harry Potter, astrology, Broadway musicals and catching re-runs of Friends. His family will miss his quick wit, love of Nutcrackers, desire to learn new musical instruments, and devotion to spending time with his family.
In lieu of flowers, the family would accept donations to the Andrew Slovick Memorial Award to provide future scholarships to youth in the community.