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Duane H. Swanberg
  • Passed away on April 01, 2022

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Duane H Swanberg, 91, of The Villages FL passed away peacefully Friday April 1, 2022 at Cornerstone Hospice. He was born July 12, 1930 in Poplar Wisconsin to Arthur and Frances Swanberg. While attending Superior State College he enlisted in the U.S. Marine Corps and served 2 ½ years in Korea. He then returned to Superior State College where he received his degree then moved to California where he began his career in banking, working mostly at Security Pacific Bank in Monterey Park. He was active with both Rotary and Kiwanis clubs and served as past President for both. After retiring and moving to The Villages Florida in 1995 with his wife Beth, he enjoyed golfing, traveling, walking in and around the neighborhoods and participating at the Villages Computer and Genealogy clubs. He was a long-time member of North Lake Presbyterian Church and volunteered every week to help with making meals for Operation Homebound. His wife Elizabeth (Beth) Swanberg proceeded him in death and is survived by their only daughter Sandra Swanberg.

Private family graveside and military service will be held on May 2, at Florida National Cemetery Bushnell. The family requests in lieu of flowers memorial donations in honor of Duane be made to Cornerstone Hospice the Villages at 601 Mariposa Way 32162.

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  1. Carol Laning says:
    10 Apr 2022
    Duane was a friend to so many Rio Ranchero neighbors who loved seeing him walk around the neighborhood with a big smile on his face. He was also the most loving and kind father to his daughter, Sandy, and a great example to all of us on the true meaning of love. He will be dearly missed.

  2. Kathie Wilhlem says:
    08 Apr 2022
    May he Rest In Peace. Duane was a great man and father I loved him dearly.
    He is now at peace with your mother and his brothers and sisters I am truly glad I had to pleasure of being his friend. He was definitely one of my favorite men.

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