John Swanson Obituary, Death, Funeral Details

John Swanson Obituary, Death, Funeral Details

John Swanson Obituary, Death – This is being sent to you with a very heavy heart and a deep awareness of the loss that we have suffered. We are sorry for the pain that this causes. We sincerely apologize for any trouble or disruption that this may create.  John Swanson, an esteemed member of the Bell Ambulance crew as well as an EMT and FTO, passed suddenly unexpectedly early this morning at St. Luke’s hospital in the wake of a terrible incident that took place the previous evening at the Marina.

The incident was a result of a fire that broke out at the Marina. The occurrence was the direct result of an accident that had occurred in the past. Everyone who was dear to him had gathered at the bedside where he was resting when he passed away, and they all said their goodbyes to him there. John has been a valuable member of the Bell Ambulance team ever since he joined the company in 2007, and he has continually made important contributions to the business.

Only his wife Lori, his son Andy, and his daughter-in-law Mackenzie will survive him when he passes away; they will be the only people he leaves behind. The loss of him will hit each and every one of them very hard. He won’t be taking his family with him when he leaves this planet. It really shouldn’t come as much of a surprise as it does that not a single human is capable of processing these facts in any way, shape, or form.

Please check your email for additional information about the resources for coping with sorrow and receiving help that are made available to staff members. This material is made available to staff members as a courtesy. You are extended the courtesy of having access to this information. We will keep praying for John’s family and for everyone at Bell who has been profoundly changed by John’s presence. Please continue to pray for us as well. Please remember them in your prayers and keep them in your thoughts. Please keep them in your thoughts and prayers as we remember those who have passed on.