July 2, 1952 – October 29, 2020
Glenn Swiercz, age 68, longtime resident of Worth, passed away peacefully on October 29, 2020. Beloved husband of over 25 years to Dawn Swiercz, nee Scott; Loving father to Lewis (Angie) Garren, Stacy Hart, Matthew Hart, Jr., and the late Timothy Hart; Cherished grandfather to 13; Great-grandfather to Jayden and Jordan; Dear brother to Stanley (Barbara), Darlene (Donald) Borst, the late Ronald, the late Carol (John) Warta, Dennis (Karen), and Charles (the late Judy); Uncle and friend to many. Glenn was preceded in death by his parents, Stanley and Dolores Swiercz. Visitation for Glenn will be on Wednesday, November 4, from 3-9 PM, at Chapel Hill Gardens South Funeral Home, 11333 S Central, Oak Lawn. Interment private. In consideration of the safety of our guests and associates, Chapel Hill Gardens South Funeral Home will adhere to the current gathering restrictions in the state of Illinois, which allow 25 or fewer guests at services. Proper social distancing must be practiced and all guests will be required to wear face masks at all times. Thank you for your cooperation.
Wednesday, November 4, 2020
November 4, 2020
When I started at Nabisco Chicago Bakery in 1998, Glenn made me feel the most comfortable and shared his knowledge with me and was key in making me become a successful Maintenance Supervisor.
After my Naval Service, moving here from California with my family, Ben was 4 and Becky was 2, I was quite nervous about making it here in the Windy City. I didn't know anybody here, no relatives, ect. Work, Golf League, Bear games, beers in the morning after 3rd shift, are all memories of Glenn I'll never forget. It wasn't long before I would call Glenn, "my Uncle Glen".
Glenn, I am forever grateful to you. I will always cherish our friendship, never will I forget you and thank you for all that you did for me! "Angels must report back to Heaven to get their New Orders". Save a seat for me Uncle Glenn, you will always be my Nabisco/Chicago ANGEL!!!
October 31, 2020
I remember I walked in the house and I was wearing a Dallas Cowboys jacket Glenn told me take that stuff off in my house where Chicago bear fans. Glen always gave me a hard time about my cowboys and the white Sox when the cubs won the World Series he texted me and said how about them cubs I’m going to miss talking about sports with this man