Leo I Slawin

July 23, 1931July 30, 2021

Leo I Slawin, age 90, of Floral Park, New York passed away on Friday, July 30, 2021. Leo was born July 23, 1931 in Dunilowicze, Poland.

A chapel service for Leo will be held Sunday, August 1, 2021 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM at Boulevard-Riverside Chapels, 1450 Broadway, Hewlett, New York 11557.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Slawin family.


  • Chapel Service

    Sunday, August 1, 2021



Leo I Slawin

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Marlene & Jerry Sider

August 1, 2021

Leo was a true gentleman. We were always in awe of his knowledge and understanding of Torah. Our love goes out to Gloria and the family on his loss.

Charles Solomon

August 1, 2021

Rest in peace my friend of 65 years.

Although Leo's history would entitle him to be bitter ,resentful, and suspicious of mankind, he amazingly got past this, and was one of the kindest, most generous persons I have ever had the pleasure and honor of knowing.
May his memory be for a blessing.

Natalie Kadisc

July 31, 2021

Corrine and family,

So sorry about the loss of your dad. Its a hard time, Hope family and friends help through the sad days ahead.
I didnt know your dad but I am sure tou have lovely memories of your life with him .

Take care Natalie

Maria Rudensky Silver

July 31, 2021

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Madeline & Mark Weiner

July 31, 2021

Our condolences to you Gloria and your family. Leo was a true gentleman. my mother, Florence, loved working with him at his dental office. He treated every one of his patients so tenderly abs with such kindness. Always so soft spoken and so modest about his children and grandchildren. I’m sure he’s going to be greeted up in heaven with open arms by the many who loved him in life.
Mark and I send You our deepest sympathies. ❤️🙏🏻 We so loved you both as you were and are always there for us. 😞

Maria Rudensky Silver

July 31, 2021

Dear Gloria and family,

We remember Leo with great fondness. The friendship that he, Earl and George shared carried them through life. From their early days in anatomy class, through decades of moral support as they practiced the art of dentistry, George always treasured Leo's wise counsel, thoughtful perspective and mutual appreciation of Polish puns. More recently, George always looked forward to their reunions -- especially when Leo came with the delicious Manchego cheese!
We will miss Leo very much, and send you our deepest condolences.
"Mankeh" Rudensky and family