Adam Slavin

Jazz Musician Adam Slavin Passes Away

Adam Bomb, a saxophonist and singer from Toronto, grew up listening to classic jazz and pop performers such as Sarah Vaughan, Nat “King” Cole, Frank Sinatra and Connie Francis who all left an imprint on his musical style.

Slavin began his accounting career at two Big 4 firms in Connecticut and New York before relocating to Palm Beach County and offering tax compliance and consulting services to closely held companies as well as high net-worth individuals.

Early Life and Education

Adam Slavin from Rome helped start the Ursinus College baseball program. Trading minutes for innings, he had an enormous influence on his team – graduating from Stroudsburg High School himself.

He is often considered the first man in the Bible and his name may have come from either Hebrew adamah, which means “earth,” or Akkadian adamu, meaning to create.

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Professional Career

Adam Slavin has over 17 years of public accounting experience. He specializes in tax compliance and consulting services for closely held companies and high net-worth individuals, as well as extensive knowledge in the private equity industry and advises partnerships regarding formation, operation, and the transfer of interests.

He began his career at Froedtert West Bend Hospital as an intern while still in school and later on after graduation as an operational and financial leader for the hospital system. By 2018, he had taken on additional responsibilities before being named Senior Director of Decision Support and Financial Planning.

He leaves behind his parents, Mark and Linda; brothers Zachary and Reid; maternal grandmother Estelle Hollaender; various aunts and uncles such as Lisa Slavin, Natalie Slavin, Morton Hollaender (and Patti), Suzanne Tucci and Dianne Slavin (and Russ Koutrouby); as well as many cousins.

Achievement and Honors

Adam Slavin had a profound effect on many lives and will be deeply missed by his loved ones. Among those left behind are his mother and father, brothers Zachary and Reid as well as an extensive network of aunts, uncles, cousins, aunts-n-uncles. Adam Slavin proudly owned Fulton Chain Lakes Campground in the Adirondacks which he dedicated much time and energy into maintaining with dedication and commitment.

Slavin recently presented at the National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators Young Professionals Workshop and also served on UNCP Athletics External Operations Team that received six NACMA “Best Of” Awards during 2021-22 season. Additionally, he contributed articles to Honors in Practice journal which provides practical articles about issues faced in individual honors programs as well as innovative practices implemented within them. His art can also be seen displayed at galleries throughout the country.

Personal Life

Jaccob Slavin and Kylie have one daughter named Emersyn. Both he and Kylie have always been advocates for adoption, with plans to adopt again in the near future.

Slavin prides himself on his strong work ethic and constant pursuit of perfection, which both his teammates and organization recognize as hallmarks of leadership qualities.

He spends much of his free time cooking and taking photos, as well as spending time with family in the Adirondack Mountains. In particular, he’s drawn to country music – especially artists such as Tammy Wynette and Hank Williams who have inspired him greatly – and has even performed before sold-out audiences at local theaters. Heather is his closest ally.

Net Worth

Slavin became legendary among Hollywood nightclub goers for his Olympus Stylus photos that captured stars such as Charlize Theron and Adam Duritz of Counting Crows unguarded moments, propelling his career forward.

He excelled at both basketball and baseball during his high school days at Stroudsburg High, starting his senior year as a pitcher who led them to win both MVC and PIAA District 11 titles. Now at Ursinus College he continues his hurling.

He runs a law practice in Phoenix, Arizona which specializes in tax compliance for closely held companies and high net worth individuals. He is married for 22 years to his partner of whom they adopted pets from. Furthermore, he is vegan and an advocate for animal rights.

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