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Terry Swinamer

Terry Swinamer

Born In: Windsor, Canada
Born: December 29th, 1960

Passed on: December 30th, 2012

Swinamer, Terry Harold, 52, of Wile Settlement, Hants County, passed away peacefully on Sunday, December 30, 2012 at home. Born on December 29, 1960 in Windsor, he was the son of Shirley and the late Leslie “King” Swinamer. Terry owned and operated Swinamer’s Towing for over twenty years having started in 1980. He enjoyed meeting and helping everyone he could as he had a heart of gold. He owned and operated Swinamer’s Scrap Metal for the last seven years where he enjoyed working in his shop. He loved taking his grandchildren who meant the world to him for drives on the Kabota to feed the ducks. Terry endured congestive heart failure for over twenty years and during this time he fought to remain strong for his family. Surviving are his wife the former, Sandra Edwards; sons, Matthew (Ashley), Three Mile Plains; Tim Muir (Elaine Aalders), Three Mile Plains; daughters, Heather (Jimmy) Macumber, Three Mile Plains; Michelle Muir (Gary Underwood), Ardoise; grandchildren, Madison Swinamer, Logan Swinamer, Tyler Muir, Branden Muir, Evan Macumber, Lukas Underwood, Grayson Underwood; grandmother, Winnie Hartt, Ellershouse; brothers, Brian (Connie), Ellershouse; Donnie (Wendy), Three Mile Plains; sisters, Janet (Jeff) Ettinger, Provost, Alberta; Connie (Mike) Trider, Three Mile Plains; Melda Swinamer (George), Edmonton; special nephews, Mike (Stacey) Swinamer, Alberta; Corey Swinamer (Chantal Jodouin), Alberta; Dana Ettinger, Alberta; BJ Trider, Three Mile Plains; Greg, Chesley & Ryan Swinamer; nieces, Miranda and Jenna Swinamer; mother and father-in-law, Wilfred and Barb Edwards; Newport Station; sister-in-law, Susan Goalen. Predeceased by his father, Leslie “King” and his paternal grandfather, Abner “Ab” Hartt; maternal grandparents, Tom & Gladys Swinamer; uncles, Ronnie, Lester and Reid Hartt. Special thank you to Corey Brown, the Department of Transportation, Windsor Fire Department, EHS and especially Dr. Jim Leahy, who was not only his doctor but a great friend. Visitation was held 7-9 pm Thursday, January 3, 2013 in Lindsay’s Windsor Funeral Home, 194 King Street Windsor. Memorial service was 2 p.m. Friday in Lindsay’s Windsor Funeral Home Chapel. Rev. Bill Gibson & Tom Henderson officiated. Interment was in the Ste. Croix Cemetery, St. Croix. Flowers were gratefully accepted and donations in memory were requested to be made to the Nova Scotia Heart & Stroke Foundation. On-line condolences may be sent by clicking on “Guest Book” at www.lindsays funeralhome.com

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