Michael Joseph Slivick

July 9, 1946July 29, 2018

Michael Joseph Slivick was born on July 9, 1946 in Rochester, NY and passed away on July 29, 2018.


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Christa Considine

August 2, 2018

I also worked with Mike and consider it to be an honor. He was a man who wanted others to excel but have fun at the same time. He was eager to teach in a gentle manner and always had a joke to tell whether appropriate or not. He was a great person, always with a smile and it saddened me to learn of his passing. May you find peace and comfort during this difficult time.

Fran De Vore

August 2, 2018

My deepest condolences to the Slivick Family....Mike is so loved and will be missed terribly....there are no words to say except he touched so many hearts, mine included. Until we meet again Mike. You were truly a blessing in my life.

Connie Munson

August 2, 2018

To Mike and his family, I was blessed to know this man as a coworker, team player and friend since I moved here in2006. He is a delightful person who was always smiling, always willing to help in anyway he could. I remember his chili very well because all my votes and tickets would go to him. He always saved me some for my sore throat. There are thousands of memories he told me about being in the army and driving the General around. He was a proud man. A great humble man. When you think of Mike it warms your heart and makes you smile . They broke the mold when they made him. Hard, dedicated, and a loyal friend and coworker. He always greeted everyone with a meaningful good day and knew everyone’s families and would ask about them. A genuine down to earth guy ! See you soon my friend !

Areina harris

August 2, 2018

To the Slivick Family,

My deepest condolences to your family. I had the privilege and honor to work with Mike at Lynx Services. He is such a wonderful pure soul and amazing man. He would give me the best advice at work and always would say good morning young lady or i hope you have a good evening young lady with your family and as I would leave for the day he would always ask me how my sons were doing. He made the best chili I ever had and I would always ask him "Hey Mike how much for your chili receipe and he would always smile and say it's a family secret. He was the heart and soul of our FNOL team and he will be deeply missed by us all at Lynx. I send you all my deepest love hugs and support during this time and the days to come. Mike touched so many of our hearts and he will never be forgotten.

Areina Harris and Family

Eva Knight

August 2, 2018

My deepest condolences to his family, and to his fellow LYNX employees. Mike was a great guy and a wonderful co-worker. We won’t forget the daily jokes, his helping hand and his cheerful demeanor.

Kristy Schumacher

August 1, 2018

To the Slivick Family:

I offer my deepest condolences to you all. I had the good fortune of having Mike as a coworker. He had a wonderful personality and helped me with some things I was not sure of at work. Always had a smile and his unforgettable V-8 for his lunch. He talked about his family and pets with such love. He was truly an exceptional person and will be missed by all.

Mike and Kristy Schumacher

Cynthia Penna

August 1, 2018

To the Slivick Family,

I was fortunate to know Mike as a cowoker here at Lynx Services. I send my condolences to your entire family on his sudden and tragic passing. He will be missed by so many people here. He has left a lasting impression on all of us here. His kinds words and his gentle smile will be cherished and remembered forever. I always enjoyed listening to him talk about his family and just how much he loved them.

Linda Seibold

July 31, 2018

Dearest Beverly, I am deeply saddened by Mike’s passing. He was one of the first neighbors to befriend me when we moved into the house last March. I always looked forward to visiting with him and Millie. He talked about you a lot and it was obvious he adored you. May God help you find peace. Linda and John Seibold.