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David Wayne Swiger

September 12, 1965 - March 28, 2020

Due to the current circumstances involving the coronavirus disease, there will be no public visitation.  A private graveside service will be held at Clermont Cemetery.  You may visit our home page on our website at www.amoscarvelli.com for further updates or changes to our visitation policy.  For those unable to attend, you are encouraged to sign our Guestbook available on Mr. Swiger’s obituary published on our website.   A Service of Amos Carvelli Funeral Home.

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David Wayne Swiger, 54, of Flemington, passed away following a short illness on March 28, 2020 at his residence, surrounded by his family and friends.

 

David was born on September 12, 1965 in Clarksburg, a son of Melvin Swiger and the late Connie Carter Swiger.

 

David is survived by his wife Tammy Glaspell Swiger, who he married on May 27, 1988.

 

Also surviving him is his son, Travis Wayne Swiger and wife Logan of Jane Lew; daughter, Sarah Renee Young and husband Colton of Morgantown; grandson, Camden Rhett Swiger; brother, Daniel Swiger and wife Georgeann of Reedsville; father-in-law, Earl Glaspell and wife Donna; niece, Abby Swiger; and nephew, Tommy Swiger.

 

In addition to his mother he is preceded in death by his mother-in-law, Doris Glaspell.

 

David was a graduate of Liberty High School Class of 1983. He was a welder and fabricator by trade with over 35 years’ experience and worked most recently for High Point Construction. He spent most of his career welding all over the eastern coast of the United States. He has been quoted saying “I can weld anything except the crack of dawn and a broken heart.” He was a member of #798 Pipeliner’s Union. He was also a member of Late Lodge #63 AF and AM and was a 32 Degree Scottish Rite Mason. He was a past member of the NCWV Corvette Club and 304 Jeep Club. He was a long-time member of Hepzibah Baptist Church and a current member of Horizons Church in Lost Creek.

 

He was an avid automobile and motorcycle collector. Anyone who knew him knew of his burnt orange trucks, cars and motorcycles.

 

His greatest love in life was his family. He got so much joy from spending time together, especially with his grandson Cam and his three dogs: Charlie, Harper and Chloe. He will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him.

 

Due to the current circumstances involving the coronavirus disease, there will be no public visitation. A private graveside service will be held at Clermont Cemetery.

 

You may visit our home page on our website at www.amoscarvelli.com for further updates or changes to our visitation policy.

 

For those unable to attend, you are encouraged to sign our Guestbook available on Mr. Swiger’s obituary published on our website. A Service of Amos Carvelli Funeral Home.

 

 

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