In Memory of

John

Karl

Slavek

Obituary for John Karl Slavek

John Karl Slavek, 78, of Center Valley, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, October 11th, 2022. He was the beloved spouse of Patricia (Miller) Slavek. Born in Pottstown, he was the son of the late John Slavek and Virginia (Snyder) Slavek Wait. John received his pre-chiropractic education at Kutztown University and graduated from Lincoln Chiropractic College, Indianapolis, in 1966. He was in private practice from 1966-2005 in the Souderton and Telford area. In addition, he was a Diplomat for the American Board of Chiropractic Orthopedists, a member of the orthopedics counsel of the American Chiropractic Assn, a member of the Pennsylvania Chiropractic Assn, a Fellow of the Academy of Chiropractic Orthopedists, and served as a member of the Pennsylvania State Board of Chiropractic from 1998- 2006.

John enjoyed landscaping, drumming, and spending time in nature. He practiced Tae Kwon Do and Tai Chi for many years. He was an avid reader who loved dogs.

Along with his spouse, he is survived by a daughter: Kimberly S., wife of Mario Infanti, of Macungie; and grandchildren: Stephen A. Morshead, Alyssa L. Morshead, and Andrew J. Morshead. He was pre-deceased by a daughter, Jennifer L. Morshead; and a grandson: Jean-Pasquale Infanti.

Services will be private. The Falk Funeral Homes & Crematory, Pennsburg is in charge of arrangements.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to the National University of Health Sciences, Office of Development 200 E. Roosevelt Road, Lombard IL 60148. To offer online condolences, visit John’s "Book of Memories" at falkfuneralhomes.com.

“At the time that I leave this earthly existence, I hope that my spirit moving to a new experience, will be celebrated—not mourned. Mourning the loss of someone’s physical presence is natural. It is a process that we all need to go through. But, the idea that their essence, their spirit, their soul, their real being, moving to another experience and way of being is truly exciting and should be celebrated. Yes; I will be glad to know that some people will miss my physical presence, but I would also like to know that they believe I have moved on to a better life.”
“Freedom, love and peace for everyone around the world and universe”
John K Slavek, D.C., D.A.B.C.O