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Daniel W. Swift
July 23, 1950 ~ October 26, 2023 (age 73) 73 Years Old
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Daniel William Swift, 73, of Sarver passed away on October 26, 2023 at the Allegheny General Hospital.
Born July 23, 1950 in Meadville, PA, he was the son of Clayton Swift and Ida Pletsch Swift.
He graduated from Randolph East Mead High School in 1969. Dan grew up farming . He was a skilled registered electrician, operating his own business for 45 years and branched into the installation of athletic scorevboards as well.
Dan helped so many every day, especially his devoted wife, whom he cared for right up until moments before he passed as a result of a fall in the yard while bringing in the garbage cans. Dan was friendly and friends with all he met, giving rides to people, helping in the township and his church. It was who he was. His genuine commitment was to his family.
Surviving are his wife, of almost 50 years, Cheryl L. (Harding) Swift, his loving and loyal daughters, Crystal (Jerry) Boris of Renfrew and Meghan Swift of Mt. Oliver, who he dedicated his time and attention to daily. His grandchildren, Robert Gerald McWilliams and granddaughter, Jessica Marie McWilliams.
He is preceded in death by his parents, his son, Chad Daniel Swift, one sister, Adelaide Swift and various other relatives who were special to him.
Friends will be received on Monday, October 30, 2023 from 2-4 & 6-8 pm at Fox Funeral Home, Inc., 410 W. Main Street, Saxonburg.
Services will be held on Tuesday, October 31, 2023 at 11 am at the Cabot Church with Rev. Jonathan Fehl officiating with a funeral luncheon following.
Dan's final legacy is being able to donate the gift of life by being an organ donor after a few years ago being on a heart transplant list himself.