Gwendolyn M. SWIGERT
February 1, 1932 – March 11, 2018
Gwendolyn Mae Swigert went home to be with the Lord on March 11, 2018. Gwendolyn Swigert, age 86, was born to Minnie and Carl Lambing at St. Anthony's Hospital in Denver.
Gwen was preceded in death by her parents and only sister Eleanor Bates.
She is survived by her children Diana (Roy) Miller, Duane (Sue), David, 7 grandchildren, 10 great grandchildren, 2 nieces, a nephew, brother in law and a loving extended family.
She loved being a Mom, Den Mom, painting, drawing, and crafts. She worked at Woolworth's, insurance company, banks, selling Avon, At&T long lines operator, and at US West. It was very important to her being a part of Green Gables Church and then Bear Valley Church. She always wanted to give cookies or muffins or some kind of "goody" to whoever came to see her.
"For information concerning the memorial service contact 303-979-6336."
In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Bear Valley Church Funeral/Memorial Fund.
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Gwendolyn M. SWIGERT
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March 18, 2018
I'm sorry to hear of your mother's journey home. Gwen was truly a jewel in God's eyes. I worked with Gwen at the Rocky Mountain Bank in Lakewood. We would talk at length of family and our individual lives. When I bought my Volkswagen Beetle stick shift, Gwen really liked it. She was at the stage in her life where a smaller car that was less of a gas eater would be extremely beneficial for her and the children. I talked her into test driving an automatic white Volkswagen Beetle, which she ended up purchasing. She just sailed around town in that. It served her well, and was passed down to her grand children I believe. We kept in contact long after she left the bank. When my Mother passed away in 2000, she called. I was appreciative of her getting in touch with me. We had a great time remembering the 'good old' days. Heaven has received a glorious new star.