The funeral director of the swinson family, David S. Swinson, passed away at the age of 88 on Friday, August 12, 2019. David was born in Chicago in 1936 and raised in the town of South Elgin. He was a graduate of the University of Illinois and the Illinois State University. He enjoyed the outdoors and was a member of the Elgin Chamber of Commerce. David was a member of the Knights of Columbus. He was a member of the Elgin Rotary Club.
Swinson was a member of the National Rifle Association and served as treasurer of the Elgin Rotary Club. He was married to the former Lillian Swinson. They were both active in the Elgin chapter of Masons.
The funeral home that Swinson owned in Elgin is one of three in the state of Illinois. The other two are the funeral home of his nephew, David Swinson’s son.
While everyone in Elgin likely had a reason to be a member of said funeral home, the Swinson family probably would have been the most likely to have a reason for that, if anything. The funeral home where David Swinson was a member was the very same place where his son, David Swinson Jr., was a member of the Elgin Chamber of Commerce. Elgin is the home of the Elgin Rotary Club, a club that David Swinson was a member of.
That’s where, in addition to seeing his son, David Swinson Jr., being buried, you also see him standing in the front yard of the Elgin Rotary Club. David Swinson Jr. was also a member of the Elgin Chamber of Commerce. This is an important detail because Elgin is home to many of the city’s finest businesses, as well as the Rotary Club.
David Swinson Jr. was not only a member of the Elgin Chamber of Commerce; he also was a member of the Rotary Club. This makes him a person who could easily have died of alcohol poisoning if he had not been a member of the Elgin Chamber of Commerce. It also makes him a person who could easily have died of cancer if he had not been a member of the Elgin Rotary Club.
Elgin is very heavily involved with the Chamber of Commerce and Rotary Club and was a member of the Elgin Chamber of Commerce. This is why his obituary is so important for Commerce. Elgin had been diagnosed with cancer and the thought that he would not be able to attend the funeral of someone he knew is a very sad one. Elgin was a very proud Elgin Rotarian who was a member of the Rotary Club.
The Rotary Club of Elgin is an organization that is devoted to the advancement of Rotary and the Elgin Chamber of Commerce. The Elgin Rotary club is the oldest Rotary club in the country and has very good connections to the Elgin Chamber of Commerce. I have attended many of their events and I have never seen a more impressive turnout, especially since their annual meeting is on the same day as the Chamber of Commerce’s annual meeting.
The Elgin Chamber of Commerce has a very active social life and is always on the news in the area. This can be a great time to make contacts with those who attend their events as well as with those who are interested in the Chamber of Commerces. The Chamber of Commerce is a perfect place for you to get involved.
The Elgin Chamber of Commerce actually has quite a few events planned for the upcoming year. One of their events is “The Art of Funeral Services,” which will focus on their unique approach to funeral services. This will be held at the swinson funeral home in Elmhurst. The event will include a reception, a performance by the SWSINSON SANE MUSEUM, and a discussion about funeral services.