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Paul Edwin Swartz

June 14, 1952 ~ April 2, 2022

Paul Edwin Swartz passed away peacefully at home on April 2, 2022 after a long battle with cancer. Born in Berkley, Michigan on June 14, 1952 to Carl and Phyllis Swartz.

He is survived by his wife, Sylvia; two sons, Jason (Faith), and Jeremiah; two stepdaughters, Scarlet (Joe) King and Gina (Harvey) Gonzalez; his grandchildren, Caleb, Korey, Kole, Sophie Berard, Isabella and Josephine Craig; and his sister, Barbara (Dave) Buckwitz.

Paul worked for Rowan Companies for 38 years before retiring in 2013. He was an avid collector of a variety of things. Paul enjoyed sitting on the back porch with his styrofoam cup of coffee and his two favorite cats, “Big Boy” and “Chester”.

A celebration of life will he held at a future date in lieu of a funeral service.

The family wishes to thank Heart of Hospice, Misty R. Ellender, St. Pats Home Health and Baylor Medical Center for their wonderful care of Paul.



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  1. My big little brother you faced so many trial and tribulation and joy. My heart rejoices that you are now among the “great cloud of witness”  that you have missed for long.  Never the less  word can not express my sadness at not hearing your voice again in this world. Love you Paul 

  2. I really admired and respected Paul in many ways. He meant what he said. My condolences to his family and friends! 

  3. Sylvia, prayers and thoughts are with you and your family on the loss of Paul.  
    Always Mott and Lynn Olivier , May he Rest In Peace .  I wish we had met him because he seemed like such a great guy.  

  4. Mr. Paul was my first tool pusher on the Middletown when I started for Rowan in 2003. I grew to have a lot of respect and admiration for him. He was a great leader, mentor, and friend. In the ten years I was with Rowan, I never had another pusher quite like him. He will be missed. My prayers are with the family.

  5. I'm so sorry to hear of Paul's passing. You took very good care of him, my friend.

    You are in my thought & prayers. Love you, Beck


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