I am grateful to have spent my life with George my loving husband, who was father, grandfather, brother, uncle, great uncle and friend to many.
George Fred Slevkoff was born on July 7, 1951 to Fred W. and Jane (Kobzeff) Slevkoff. He lived his entire life in Fresno county and worked in the Crop Insurance Industry for many year. An avid outdoorsman, he enjoyed fishing, kayaking, hunting and traveling. He relished spending time with his family and close friends that always included having a great meal.
He cherished and loved his beautiful grandchildren Ethan, Iliana, Rachel, Levi, Gavin, Seth and Mark. He was blessed to have two amazing sons Aaron George and Luke George Slevkoff along with his two God given daughters Candacia and Manya.
He had been battling cancer for 7 months but passed away quickly from an unexpected illness. Our Lord God just wanted to take him home, so he was not in any more pain. He is now in the presence of our all mighty God and His son Jesus Christ.
He is survived by his loving wife Grace (Haprov) Slevkoff, sons Aaron and Luke daughters-in-laws Manya and Candacia also his beautiful 7 grandchildren. He is also survived by his sisters Tanya Lidyoff and Vera Slevkoff of Fresno and Judy and Efim Portnoff of Australia. He is also survived by Dave and Helen Nazaroff, David and Sara Samarin, Bill and Luba Kalpakoff, Esther Haprov, nephews and nieces Steve and Loretta Slevkoff, Susan Nazaroff, Jeff Lidyoff, Danny and Michelle Kobzoff, Tim and Hanya Portnoff, Joseph and KatiePortnoff, Steven and Jane Portnoff, David and Madeline Portnoff, Harry and Lissa Haprov, Paul and Cathy Tolmachnoff, Michael and Esther Tolmachoff, Jacob and Suzanne Haprov, Nick and Catherine Kostrikin, Kevin and Polya Nazaroff, David and Sasha Nazaroff, Melissa Samarin, Nora Kalpakoff, Joel and Hanya Berukoff, Gabe and Tatsania Federoff as well as many great nephews and great nieces.
He is proceeded in death by his Parents Fred W and Jane Slevkoff, Harry A and Lillian Haprov, his brother Fred Slevkoff and wife Alice, brother-in-law’s Mickey Lidyoff, Alex Haprov and nephews Fred Haprov, Mathew Kalpakoff and niece Christine Haprov.
Viewing will take place at Lake Avenue Church in Kerman on Sunday July 26. Burial will be on Monday July 27, at 10:00 at the Russian Molokan cemetery at 15600 W. Barstow Ave. Kerman. For those who are unable to attend please join us in prayer.