Margaret Rose Swoda 94, passed away after a short illness
Margaret Rose Swoda Death After a brief battle with illness, Margaret Rose Swoda, age 92, from Beaumont, Texas, passed away on January 5, 2023. Margaret’s birthday is November 10th and she was born in Beaumont in 1930. She graduated from Beaumont High School in 1948. Margaret was an accomplished tennis player both when she was in high school and after she graduated. She was on the tennis team at her high school. At March Air Force Base in Riverside, California, on July 28, 1951, she wed John Douglas Swoda.
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Margaret had many interests, including taking their RV on road trips, going camping, and spending time with her family. Margaret’s parents, Charles N. Wilson and Marion O. Wilson, as well as her husband John D. Swoda and her son John R. Swoda, all passed away before she was born. Her children Charles S. Swoda, Mary I. Swoda, and Paul P. Swoda are the only ones who remember Margaret after she has passed away. Margaret is also survived by many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Margaret will live on in our hearts forever, and we will never forget her.
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A teenager who fell ill while eating out and passed away a few days later has left a rural town in mourning. After being transported by helicopter from Sligo University Hospital, Lisa Niland, 19, from Drimbane, Curry, Co. Sligo, passed away at Beaumont Hospital in Dublin. She was a University of Limerick second-year student. It is believed Ms Niland was eating at a restaurant in Sligo last week when she complained of feeling unwell.
She was transported to Sligo University Hospital in an ambulance after being summoned. She reportedly spent a few days in the hospital before being evacuated to Beaumont Hospital, where she died on Friday surrounded by family. Her reason of death is a mystery. Her passing devastated her family and friends and startled the neighborhood greatly. The family’s death notice, posted online, said: “Heartbroken, but gently returned to her creator by her loving and caring parents, Angela and Gerry, her sister and best friend Amy, and her boyfriend Johnny.”
Ms Niland was a keen GAA supporter and she was a niece of well-known GAA referee John Niland, who officiated at the Junior and Senior All Ireland Ladies Football Finals in Croke Park as well as a number of senior county football finals in Sligo. At the FBD inter-county football game between Sligo and Leitrim on Sunday at Tourlestrane, a moment of silence was observed in her honor. Lisa was a very popular member of the club and participated in sports at several underage levels, including minor, according to Barry Gallagher, chairman of the Curry GAA Club.
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