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Sandy Swyter

April 24, 1954 - April 1, 2024

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Memory of Sandy Swyter
Memory of Sandy Swyter
Memory of Sandy Swyter
Memory of Sandy Swyter
Memory of Sandy Swyter
Memory of Sandy Swyter


Our first memory of Sandy was when Ross came to Hoffman Estates for a visit and brought Sandy along . They had been to Galena for a weekend. We fell in love with her immediately. ( We could also tell that Ross was in love with her too!) Bob and I both had hoped that Sandy would "be the one" for Ross. There was happiness all around when they announced their engagement a short time later. Sandy and Ross were made for each other. She will be missed by all that knew her. May she rest in peace.

Shared by peggy & bob swyter on 4/4/2024 10:12 PM

I remember so many things about my sister...first playing Barbie dolls for hours as often as we could. Second having the water gun fight when camping at Lake Superior and third her trips to Florida to visit Kevin and I and we had great times. I have always loved my sister Sandy and I always will. Nancy

Shared by nancy widman on 4/4/2024 6:49 PM

To Ross, Emily, Hannah, and your families, We were saddened by the news of Sandy's passing. We always enjoyed our occatiional visits with Sandy. Please accept our sincere sympathy and prayers for all of you. The Dean Swyter Family

Shared by dean & ronda swyter on 4/4/2024 6:27 PM

Thoughts and prayers are with you from a daughter of Herm and Elsie E.

Shared by donna eggum on 4/4/2024 2:39 PM

Sorry about the loss of Sandy, wife and mother. The cake is in memory of our anniversary we celebrated in’72, at Mike’s. Was remembering the last 2 Swyter weddings of Sandy’s and your daughters! I’m planning on coming to the funeral Friday. Sending our condolences Evelyn & Bruce

Shared by bruce swyter on 4/4/2024 2:12 PM

So thankful to have reconnected after soooo many years. Sandra made an apple pie from fruit harvested on the farm. Never to be forgotten. Travel fast, rest in peace, God bless.

Shared by david swyter on 4/3/2024 3:20 PM