Peter Michael Slote

October 2, 1964May 12, 2018

Peter Michael Slote passed away on May 12 in Peoria Illinois at the age of 53 after a long illness. He was born in Kapuskasing, Ontario on Oct 2 1964; the son of Gerald and Muriel Slote. He was a graduate of Beaver River Central School in Beaver Falls, New York. He served in the US Navy as a Seabee for fifteen years. After leaving the military, he continued his career as a technician installing and maintaining power systems. During those years he traveled to every state and to more than thirty countries. He is survived by his parents of Beaver Falls, New York, brother Andrew (and Christine) of Plano, Texas and sister Anne Nagy of Pulaski, New York, his nieces Claire and Courtney, and nephews Kirkland and Cameron. He was predeceased by his brother William. The remains will be cremated. There will be no calling hours or service.


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Cyril Busch

May 23, 2018

Sorry to hear about Pete's passing I have not seen him since high school he was a very nice guy had some good times with him wish I could have seen him he is in a better place now

Erik Jensen

May 23, 2018

Pete was a great friend and mentor. We served together in the Navy Seabees for years. I have great memories of camping, fishing, skiing, driving (the scenic route) and travelling the world with Pete. He was always kind and would do whatever he could to help a person out. One of the sharpest technicians I ever met he taught me a lot about power systems and troubleshooting. Even though we didn't live close or communicate often, over the last few years, talking with him or visiting was just like we hadn't seen each other since yesterday. Pete never really said goodbye, "see you later" was more his style. I am a better person for having known him. I will sincerely miss my true friend and brother! My condolences to his family, his Navy family, and friends!

Judy (Monnat) Widrick

May 22, 2018

I am very sad to hear of Pete passing. He was a great guy . Terrific pal back in high school. I haven't seen him since then. He was so much fun. We had so many laughs. Whenever I think of Pete i have to smile. Anne I am so very sorry for your loss.

Keith Lozeau

May 17, 2018

Pete was a great technician and coworker and fun to be around. He didn't say much, but when he did say something he made it count. Talented, humble guy. A real gentleman. He will be missed. May he rest in peace now and his family take comfort in their memories of him. Godspeed, Pete.