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Robert K. Switzer
January 7, 1933 ~ October 17, 2023 (age 90) 90 Years Old
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Robert Switzer went to be with the Lord quietly on October 17th, 2023, with his immediate family by his side.
He was born in Visalia, CA, on January 7th, 1933, to Bernice and Carl Switzer. Bob is survived by his wife of 63 years, Judy Eaton Switzer (from Ogunquit, ME), daughter, Beth (Wells, ME), son, Mike, Trish, and beloved granddaughter, Sarah (Madison, AL). He was also survived by his brother, Carl (93) and his wife, Louise, his sister, Janice Giddings (87), and many cousins, nieces, nephews and other relatives in Visalia, Florida, Arizona, Nevada, Alabama, and Maine. He was also preceded in death by brothers Richard and Kenneth and most recently Aunt Marie (104).
Robert led a full life of 57 years in Visalia, retired to Indiantown, FL, for another 18 years then to Madison, AL, for 15 years before his final home in Wells, ME. He dearly loved his wife and family, positively touched many and was always ready with a story. He will be fondly remembered and sadly missed as we celebrate his wonderful full life. Bob was also an Army veteran during the Korean War era.
Special thanks to York Hospital staff for their exceptional care and true “Loving Kindness” and to Hospice of Southern Maine. Special thanks to other friends, families and brothers and sisters of the Lord from First Bible Church Decatur-Madison and First Baptist Church Ogunquit who have supported the family and Bob with prayer and visits. Well done my faithful servant, be thou at peace.
Memorial contributions can be made to the Alzheimer’s Association or Hospice of Southern Maine.