Kaylie Schwingle Car Accident, Death –
At the age of 73, Karen Kay Schwingle, who resided in Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin, died away at St. Joseph’s Hospital on Wednesday, August 21, 2019. Karen cherished time spent with her family, in the kitchen, reading, and tending to her garden. Karen was an incredible individual in all three roles of mother, grandma, and sister. She never put her personal requirements ahead of those of the family.
Her children Scott and Kelly (Richie) Schwingle, as well as her great friend Rick, as well as her grandkids Kaylie, Austyn, Patrick, Ashton, Hudson, and Megan, as well as her siblings Ann, Vern (Sharon), Jim, Cindy, Joyce, Beatrice, and Edith, will miss her dearly. Sherrie (Jamie), Ollie, the dog she “hated,” and a large number of other nieces and nephews also survive.
During the summer, he loved going out on his Honda Gold Wing motorbike with his riding mates, and during the winter, he looked forward to going deer hunting at the Brudenell Hunt Camp. Those of us whose lives he changed are aware of how remarkable he was and how much we will miss having him around. His absence will leave a hole in our hearts. We think of you often, Dave the Superman.
On Saturday, July 8th, at 3:00 p.m., there will be a celebration of David’s life at the Glen Oaks Funeral Home located at 3164 Ninth Line at Dundas in Oakville. Please join us for the celebration, which will be followed by a reception. Those who are unable to attend the service can watch it online by clicking the following link: