William H. Swalm

David Peake
February 4th, 2016
7 comments

7 comments
  • “The Great Swalmie” lived his life with a positive outlook. His love for everyone was undeniable and his sincere interest in your life was genuine. He lived by the Golden Rule and forgave easily. Always smiling and with a kind word for every situation Bill Swalm epitomized a ‘Gentleman’. He lived each day to its fullest and told me “Well, Precious, you have to do the best you can”. Dear Bill, you’ll be missed but thanks for the wonderful memories. Cheers!

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  • I remember the days singing in the choir with Bill at Flourtown Church and his kind and gentle smile and greeting when we have crossed paths more recently on Sunday mornings. I will miss him! My prayers go out to Bill’s family and friends and I hope that your good memories will ease your great loss.

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  • My deepest condolences… Such a wonderful man and the best Uncle I was so blessed to have.. Uncle Bill will be missed and always remembered with love..

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  • I have only had the pleasure of knowing Bill for a couple of years. We attended the same church. He was always pleasant and smiling. His passion for his church is memorable. He was proud to be a Veteran as well.
    My condolences to his family.

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  • Always a smile, no matter the circumstance. We need more people in the world like Bill.

    Friends remembering at J.L. Freed.

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  • Lindsay Phillips / February 6, 2016 at 2:24 pm

    Thoughts are with Elizabeth at the time. He sounds l like he was a arundel man and left his mark. God bless.

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  • Deb Marple O'Connor / February 11, 2016 at 8:27 am

    My entire family was saddened to hear of “Uncle Bill’s” passing. He was my fathers best friend and best man at their wedding. My memories of him when I was a child were of a gentle man who always had a smile, kind word and twinkle in his eyes. My parents always spoke lovingly of Bill and stories of their younger years almost always included him. I have pictures of Bill and my dad as young men enjoying their youth and loving life. I was thrilled when I would see him at church as he would always take the time to ask about my family, children, and parents of course when they were with us and share a story.

    I am sorry I have to miss the service today, I would have loved to attend and pay my respects. My prayer for the family is that they find peace in their hearts and know that their father’s memory will live on through them.

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