Charles Raymond Slovacek

July 21, 1932February 27, 2018

Charles Raymond Slovacek, 85, of Lumberton, formerly a five year resident of Sour Lake, and a thirty-five year resident of Lumberton, passed away on Tuesday, February 27, 2018 in Lumberton. Charles was born on July 21, 1932 in Crosby, Texas to his parents Charles Slovacek and Teresa Blaha Slovacek who preceded him in death.

He was a security guard for Patriot Security and during his spare time he enjoyed gardening, hunting, reading, and fishing. He was a United States Army Korean Conflict veteran who proudly served for his country.

Charles was preceded in death by his wife Barbara Ann Slovacek, daughter, Charlene Ann Morgan, brothers, Joseph Slovacek, Liebert Slovacek, and sister, Malady Daniels.

Charles is survived by his daughters, Terry Landry and husband Craig of Lumberton, Sandra Sutton of Beaumont; five grandchildren; and ten great grandchildren.

A Celebration of Charles’ Life will be held at 10:00 a.m. on Thursday March 1, 2018 at the Forest Lawn Funeral Home Chapel with burial to follow at the Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Beaumont.


  • Charles Slovacek, Father
  • Teresa Blaha Slovacek, Mother
  • Barbara Ann Slovacek, Wife
  • Terry Landry and her husband Craig, Daughter
  • Sandra Sutton, Daughter
  • Charlene Ann Morgan, Daughter
  • Joseph Slovacek, Brother
  • Liebert Slovacek, Brother
  • Malady Daniels, Sister
  • Five Grandchildren, Other
  • Ten Great-Grandchildren, Other


  • Celebration of Charles' Life Thursday, March 1, 2018

Charles Raymond Slovacek

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candace swice

March 1, 2018

We are so sorry for your loss and will keep your family in our prayers.

Rhonda Slovacek

February 28, 2018

When I think of Uncle Charles, I remember all the stories my dad, Joe Slovacek, shared with my family. He always spoke about how Uncle Charles had very good handwriting and was very talented at making signs and painting yard decorations. He taught my dad how to also paint. I remember how proud both Uncle Charles and dad were to serve their country during wartime. I remember visiting my aunt & uncle's home when my sisters & I were little girls'. I cherish memories of smelling strong coffee. And all the grown ups sitting at the kitchen table telling stories & laughing. Uncle Charles you are loved and will be missed until we meet again.