Swindells, William E.

William E. Swindells

Deceased: December 28, 2008

Service Information:

Visitation: Saturday, January 3, 2008 from 9am until funeral service at 10am
Interment: following at Mt. Emblem Cemetery

Obituary

Swindells,
William E Swindells, 59 years, died Dec. 28th,
Former Regional Mgr. of CIT Group
Beloved husband of Christina,
Loving father of
Amye (John) McPherson, Ryan (Heather) Swindells and Katy Swindells.
Dear brother of Susan Hornat and Douglas (Cindy) Swindells.
Devoted grandfather of Maggie and Jack.
In lieu of flowers memorial to the American Cancer Society
225 N Michigan Ave. Suite 1210, Chicago, Il. 60601 appreciated
Visitation Jan. 3rd Saturday from 9am until funeral service at 10am
at Lakeview Funeral Home 1458 W Belmont Ave. Chicago, Il. 60657
Interment following at Mt. Emblem Cemetery
for info 773-472-6300 or www.lakeviewfuneralhome.com.

Messages

12-30-08

Swindells Family,

I wanted to express my sympathy on your loss. I worked will Bill at Fleet Capital and greatly enjoyed our association.

Bill was a fine man who always showed integrity and honesty.

My condolences on your loss.

Jerry Tarbox

January 2, 2009

Swindells Family.
Rust Kym Dena and I are very sorry for your loss. Bill was a great friend for many years and I'll miss seeing him and the girls in Scottsdale. Bill was a loyal friend and was there when I needed him. I'll always remember and value our friendship. My condolences.
Bill's Friend,
Arthur Pappathanasi

January 3, 2009

We admired Bill very much, both as a wonderful nephew and professionally.
Our thoughts are with you.

Uncle Richard and Sandy

January 6, 2009

Wanted to pass along that I have received several emails from former colleagues of Bill. Fond memories, humorous stories, (we have hundreds).
Seeing the family on Saturday, children I have known for over 20 years, reminds me of how proud Bill was of his family, whom he always put first. He was a great mentor, and I owe him much for what he taught me professionally. But, the personal respect I had for him based on how he interacted with people is what makes a lasting impression. He will be missed.

Bryan M. Corsini