William Alan Schweigert

Celebration of Life: July 25, 1 p.m., Brewster American Legion Hall Post 97

 

William (Bill) Schweigert, 70, passed away at home in Bridgeport, WA. on May 29, 2018, holding the hand of the love of his life, Patti. 

Born in Everett, WA. on October 22, 1947 to William and Pearl Schweigert, he graduated from Cascade High School in 1966.

His next venture was two tours of duty in the U.S.  Army, with 13 months in Viet Nam.

He then found as he called it home at Boeing Everett plant.  He was a hook tender - overhead crane operator for 26 years.  

He and Patti were married in 1987 and have never been apart.  “A marriage from Heaven”.

They took in many children over the years and loved them all.  He always tried to teach them family values, that was his way.  

He was a joy to be around and you never knew what was coming up next!

 He and Patti retired in 2002 and were traveling snowbirds.  They were always on the go and returned home in the summer for family time.

His favorite things to do were to go camping, fishing, partying, and sitting around the campfire with family and friends, especially those grandbabies.

He said retiring at 55 was never a regret - it gave him time for his next love - casino!

Bill is preceded in death by his parents and brother Timmi. 

He is survivedby his wife Patti, brothers Gerald Schweigert of Everett, WA  and Brent Schweigert of Withrow, WA., and sister and brother in law Lila and Bill Burch.  Also his extended family Sheri Spear and Warren Hendrix of Brewster, WA, Renee and Phil Jordon of Everett, Michelle Might and Darren Bunch of Everett, Trina Might of Everett, and sons Michael Might of Everett and Billie Might of Hawaii, and many, many grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins,  aunts, and uncles.

He always said the most special day of his life was the day we said “I DO”, therefore we will celebrate his life on his special day, July 25, 2018 at the Brewster American Legion Hall Post 97 at 1:00 p.m.  Bring your stories, love, and hugs and join us for his celebration.

Watch over and guide us my love, you will be missed!  “Rest In Peace”.

Please leave any thoughts and memories for the family at www.barneschapel.com.  Barnes Chapel of Brewster is entrusted with the services.

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