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 Louis “Slavko” Pasick

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Louis “Slavko” Pasick

  • Birth 18 Sep 1879 Croatia
  • Death 8 Nov 1959 Albion, Calhoun County, Michigan, USA
  • Burial Albion, Calhoun County, Michigan, USA
  • Plot Block 120, Lot 208
  • Memorial ID 7144809

Ladislav "Slavko" Pacic was born in Vranov Dol, Croatia, which is 2 km west of Plesivica, which is north of Jastrebarsko, Croatia. His parents were Stephen and Anne (Proz) Pacic. He emigrated to the United States in 1903 arriving in Philadelphia on May 7, 1903 on the vessel Netherlands. He settled in Youngstown, Ohio and married Aloyza Obraz on February 15, 1904 at the Sts. Cyril & Methodius Church there. The family moved to Kalamazoo, Michigan on March 1, 1908. The family then moved to Battle Creek, Michigan around 1910, and then to Albion, Michigan around 1912. Slavko worked on the interurban in Albion, then as a foreman at the Gale Manufacturing Company. The name evolved to Pasick. Slavko's brother Bolto (FAG #9272814) (later changed to Frank) Pacic lived in Kalamazoo and kept the original Croatian surname spelling. Sister Aloyza (FAG #9272942) lived in Lansing, MI, and sister Bara (FAG #9272881) lived in South St. Paul, Minnesota. Another brother, Juraj (George) lived in Detroit. There are numerous descendants today, who spell their surnames several ways: Pacic, Pasic, Pasick, Passic, Passick. In addition to children links below, boxer son Joseph Pasic listed on Findagrave #8136139.

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