John Sliwerski Death, Obituary – John Sliwerski co-owner of Corey’s Closet, passed away suddenly yesterday, leaving behind a void in our community that can only be filled by the knowledge that he is once again at peace in his heavenly abode. His passing has left a void in our community that can only be filled by the knowledge that he is once again at peace in his heavenly abode. He was not only a friend of mine, but also someone I looked up to as a role model because of his contribution to the establishment of conditions in which individuals with a wide range of disabilities were able to flourish and have a sense of relevance and productivity.
He was a person I looked up to because of his contribution to the establishment of conditions in which individuals with a wide range of disabilities were able to have a sense of relevance and productivity. To the extent that this individual has been able to do so, I hope to be able to pass on to future generations both a beneficial impact on the human race and a legacy. This man’s face was always brightened by a broad grin whenever I caught a glimpse of him throughout my whole life. Every day on my way to my own store, I pass him, and every day, in addition to the numerous other obligations that come with our line of work, I notice him working extremely hard at sorting and organizing.
When it came to putting in a lot of work, he wasn’t exactly a greenhorn by any stretch of the imagination. His whole family serves as an essential pillar of the community here in our area. John was a wonderful example of how thoughtfulness and kindness should be displayed. In his honor, I would want to do something extra considerate tomorrow, and I would like to extend an invitation to you to join me in doing the same thing.
Exhibit the same level of love and compassion for one another as Jesus did each and every day. I have the deepest and most sincere affection for each and every one of you Sliwerskis. Please keep in mind that tomorrow is not a given and say a prayer of strength tonight for his family as well as your own family, and give extra hugs and kisses to the people you care about. John It will be strange not to see you outside, honking and waving at each other as I have done so many times in the past. Gone in a flash; the time was wasted.