OBITUARY

Mr. Harry Eugene Swindle

November 8, 1942November 7, 2018
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Harry Eugene Swindle was born on November 8, 1942 in Altus, Oklahoma to parents Lawrence and Bertha (Allen) Swindle and entered into eternal rest on November 7, 2018 at the age of 75. When Harry became of age he joined the United States Navy, where he served as a Seaman Recruit. He worked as a truck driver for many years. Harry enjoyed being outdoors; working in his garden and doing wood work. He loved sitting on the porch listening to Merle Haggard, but he really loved being with his grandchildren. He was an amazing father, grandfather and brother. Harry will be missed by all who knew and loved him.

Harry was preceded in death by his parents, son Victor Swindle, granddaughter Brittany Grant, sisters; Faye Campbell, Laverne Brewer and Bernice Mitchell, brothers; Jerry Don Swindle and Larry Swindle.

He is survived by his three loving daughters; Kay Martin and husband Charlie of Seven Points, Karen Martin and husband David of Seven Points, Rita Kelly and husband Dace of Leander, grandchildren; Natalie, Rachel, Reba, Sarah, David Jr., Shane, Kara, Nicolas and Jeremy, great-grandchildren; Dominic, Alyssa, Trestyn, Kaiden, Lathan, Carson, Michael, Gentry, Cason and Bryson, sisters; Pauline Davies of Buffalo, MO and Linda Jo Barnes of Antioch, CA, other loving family members and many more lifelong friends.

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Mr. Harry Eugene Swindle

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Brenda Hartness

November 10, 2018

Harry and my dad were really good friends for many years. I have several fond memories of harry, but my favorite was when he let me sit in that canary yellow mustang w/ the white interior also had the stuck in floor. I remember his laughter just like it was yesterday. Y’all have my deepest sympathies during this time with lots of prayer for you all.

Shonda Hasbell

November 8, 2018

I haven't seen Harry in years but I've known him for about 40 years and I always remember him always smiling and laughing and telling us stories. He would drive a big work truck home on the hill (Deetsville). He was a good, happy, friendly man. Love, hugs and prayers to all of the Swindle family.

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