Condolences for Creasy Arlington Swann, Jr.

Barbara Linder posted on 2/2/20

Thank you for your service to our country, Sir. May you RIP.

 

Barbara Linder posted on 2/2/20

Thank you for your service, Sir. May you RIP.

 

Jim Geiger posted on 1/31/20

I visited Sergeant Major Swann almost weekly at Autumn Care. An impressive man, and I'm blessed to have known him.

 

Jim Geiger posted on 1/31/20

My friendship with Sergeant Swann at Autumn Care

 

Jim Geiger posted on 1/31/20

I visited Sergeant Major Swann almost weekly at Autumn Care.

 

 

Anna Bradstreet posted on 1/31/20

I had the privilege of caring for Creasy at Autumn Care since May and even though I had not known him long, he still felt like family to me. That's what happens when you work in a nursing home. But what I loved about Creasy was how stubborn he could be. But he could also be as sweet as pie. He'd roll around the halls in his wheelchair with you and eat his peanut butter crackers along the way always wearing a plaid button up or white t-shirt. I'm going to miss him and I hate that I didn't get to say goodbye one last time. But I know he's in heaven, watching over all of us.

 

Terry Marie Whitman posted on 1/30/20

We will miss you and that big, beautiful smile, Uncle Junior. We know you are where you wanted to be- with your beloved Delores and our other much loved and missed family members up in Heaven. Now you can eat “Momma’s cooking” to your heart’s content. (Nobody could beat Mamie’s cooking!) Love You Always-

 

Vicki Hayes posted on 1/29/20

My dad and I enjoyed knowing Mr. Swann at Autumn Care. My dad looked forward to talking to him about the army and many other lively conversations. Many times I heard stories about "the Sargeant" as Charlie spoke about him. Mr. Swann will be missed and we are so grateful for his friendship.