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Brett Eugene Swartz

1997 - 2021

Brett Eugene Swartz 24, of Old Orchard Rd., Milton passed away on June 16, 2021 at his home.  Born in Lewisburg on April 17, 1997 he was the son of Kevin E. and Melissa (Grant) Swartz.

 

Brett was a 2015 graduate of Commonwealth Connections Academy and he attended McCaan Business School.  He had a large interest in computers, and he built his own computer. He also liked information technology, gaming and research, especially pharmacology research.

 

He is survived by his parents; paternal grandparents, Bonnie and Nelson Swartz of Watsontown; maternal grandparents, Sharon and James George of White Deer; aunts and uncles, Kathryn and Michael Steele of Watsontown, Roger and Tina Swartz of Watsontown, and Ronald B. Grant, Jr of Danville; and cousins, Connor Steele, Eli Swartz, and Dylan Steele.

 

Brett was preceded in death by his grandfather, Ronald B. Grant, Sr.; and a cousin, Anthony Swartz.

 

Services will be held at the family’s convenience.

Condolences

I'm sure Brett never spoke about me to anyone in his family but we were friends for the better part of 5 or 6 years now. In this recent months I'd go as far as to say that we were closer than we had ever been in the past. I can say with full confidence that I loved Brett with all of my heart and I wish he had known this before his untimely death. I can't accurately put into words how I feel as I'm writing this aside from shock, but I wish the family all the best and offer my sincerest condolences.

I'm very sorry to hear of the passing of brett, my condolences go to his family.

As I write this my heart is broken. Brett was one of my best friends. We talked about our hopes and dreams together. He confided in me with everything he had been going through the last few years. He was in a lot of pain and as his friend I tried to help him and be there for him as much as possible. Brett was such a sweet and caring guy and he would always listen to your problems and put others before himself. I loved Brett like he was my brother and will miss him so much. I offer my sincerest condolences to the family. Your son was such a great person and the world truly lost something special. I'm going to miss you buddy.

I wasn't lucky enough to know Brett for even close to as long as his other friends, but the few months I got to talk with him will always mean a lot to me. We had a lot of things in common, views, opinions, even some difficulties.

I wanted to help him however I could, but sadly never got a chance to. I'm sad that I didn't get to know him better, but I'm really happy that I got to know him at all.

I'll never forget him, my world will forever be darker and lonelier without him.

With deepest sympathy and prayers on the passing of our nephew, Brett E. Swartz. Brett was loved by all in his family and friends and will be missed. Prayers to Kevin and Missy during this very sad time, but the Lord has taken him to a much better place, where he no longer feels any pain.

Swartz Family, may you find comfort in God’s promise at Revelation 21:3,4.
“God himself will be with them. And he will wipe out every tear from their eyes
and death will be no more, neither will mourning nor outcry nor pain be anymore.
The former things has passed away.”

I'm very sorry to hear of his passing, and hope he has at peace now. We knew each other since kindergarten and became friends almost instantly. We had reconnected recently but due to life circumstances were not able to continue making plans. Much love

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