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Condolences for John "Jack" E. Swiggard

Brooke JonesFriday, February 24th

I am so saddened by this news. I hope you all can find solace in knowing what a good man he was. Dad Swiggard impacted a good portion of my life. Love to you all!

Brian and Margaret McArdleFriday, February 24th

So many great memories with Jack and the Swiggard Family especially, at Fairview Lake. Sending our deepest sympathies, thoughts and prayers to the entire family. Rest in peace Jack ❤️

Ralph KirtlandFriday, February 24th

We're so sad to learn of Mr. Swiggard's passing. He was one of the nicest, easiest-going, most laid-back people one could ever meet. His wry sense of humor was always good for a laugh. My parents always had a good time partying with Mr. and Mrs. Swiggard, almost going deaf from the boombah playing at Ed and Joan's near Fairview Lake. So many good memories!

Bob & Michelle CrookSaturday, February 25th

We send our sincere condolences, prayers, and love. May your hearts find peace as you cherish your memories of wonderful family times spent together.

Brian HicksSunday, February 26th

My thoughts and prayers go out to the Swiggard family and I remember Jack as a great man who enlightened me to my first Country Club golfing experiences at Pau Pack Hills. Mr. Swiggard you'll always have a lasting impression on my life!

Joseph (Mickey) McLaughlinMonday, February 27th

Jack and I go back to our early teens in West Oak Lane. He was best man at my wedding, Godfather to my daughter Lynda and I'm godfather to his son Chris. We played on football and baseball teams together, over the years cheated at golf together, partied together etc, all the things good friends do. Helen Jean and I are really going to miss him.

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