July 08, 2015

Slavoljub Slavko Panovic (1936 - 2015)

Slavoljub Slavko Panovic, aged 79, passed away on Friday, July 3, 2015. He was from Ratina, near Kraljevo in Serbia. Slavko was a proud past president of the Serbian National Defense Council of America for many years, member of the Diocesan Council of the New Gracanica and Midwestern America diocese, past president and member of St. George Serbian Orthodox Church in East Chicago, Indiana, member of St. Simeon Mirotocivi Church in Chicago, and past vice president of Old Holy Resurrection Church (Palmer Square) in Chicago.

Slavko retired from the Hektoen Institute at Cook County Hospital, where he had worked as a microbiologist. Before he went to America, he had been a flight controller in Serbia.

Friends, relatives and admirers can say their last goodbyes to the deceased on Wednesday, July 8, from 3:00 to 9:00 pm, at Sveta Gora Serbian Orthodox Funeral Home, 3517 N. Pulaski Road, Chicago, IL 60641.
Pomen (Serbian Orthodox Wake service) will be held at 7:00 pm at Sveta Gora.
Friends, relatives and admirers can also say their last goodbyes to the deceased on Thursday, July 9, 2015, from 10:00 to 11:00 am, at the Monastery of New Gracanica.
Opelo (Serbian Orthodox Funeral Service) will be held on Thursday, July 9, at 11:00 am at the Monastery of New Gracanica.
After Opelo, the burial will take place at the monastery cemetery.
His wife, Marija, his daughter Angelina Popovic with her husband Djordje, granddaughters, Katarina-Ana and Arya Jovanka-Maria Popovic. Prija Jovanka Popovic, and her son Branislav. Sister-in-law Genevieve Panovich and her son Mihailo Panovic with his wife and daughter. Brother-in-law Mihailo Pastar and his wife Draginja, with their son Dusan Pastar and his wife Jamie and family. Nephew Grujo Bozikic and his wife Gordana. Niece Milanka Vujatov with her husband Nikola and their sons. Nephew Milan Ilić. Natalie Tomich with her husband Ostoja and their sons. Cousins Radoslav Panovic with his wife Milanka and family, Milun Panovic and family. He will also be dearly missed by his extended family, kumovi, cousins, and friends in Serbia, the USA, and world-wide.
Our beloved Slavko dedicated his life to his family, the Serbian Orthodox Church, and for the defense and betterment of Serbian people both in the United States and in his Homeland.  

Memory Eternal. – Vjecnaja Pamjat.
For more information please call SVETA GORA SERBIAN ORTHODOX FUNERAL HOME, telephone 773-588-2200.

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