Robert H. Slivinski, or Bob as he is better known, is a native of Bradford, PA. He graduated from Bradford High School in 1965 after an illustrious football career with the Owls. He is a 1969 graduate of Princeton University with a B.S. in chemical engineering, where he was the starting center for the Tigers, playing against the likes of actor Tommy Lee Jones and Calvin Hill. After graduation, Bob worked for Dupont in New Orleans, Louisiana, before returning to school to study law. He is a 1975 graduate of Georgetown Law School, was admitted to the Pennsylvania Bar, is a certified patent attorney, and has been practicing law in Snyder County since 1977.

Bob is a general practitioner, practicing in all areas of the law. He serves as the solicitor for several townships and boroughs in Snyder Country, and is enthusiastic about municipal law.

When not assisting individuals with their legal needs, Bob spends time with his wife Ali, a Selinsgrove native, his four children, and three grandchildren. He also enjoys time spent hunting, fishing, riding his motorcycle, and has been involved with Boy Scout Troup 419 over 20 years.