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Beatrice G. Swetman

By preddyfuner36002353, Oct 14 2020 05:14PM



Beatrice G. Swetman


1928 – 2020

Culpeper Va. – Passed away Sunday October 4, 2020 at the Hospice House in Charlottesville Va. Beatrice was born in Rochester New York and was the daughter of the Late Gordon Graff and Florence Graff. She was predeceased by her husband of 72 years Clayton S. Swetman.


Mrs. Swetman was a keypunch operator for the Greece Central School District in Greece, New York and retired from the same position from the Monroe County Hospital in Rochester New York.


She is survived by her daughters, Nancy Lea Grace of Sonoma Ca., Karen Diane Kasper and husband Leonard of Lancaster Pa.; sons, David S. Swetman and wife Jody of Churchville NY, Tim Swetman and wife Linda of Madison Va.; seven grandchildren, David Grace, Kimberly Walters, Len Kasper, Wendy Kasper, Tyler Swetman; seven great grandchildren, Morgan Kasper, Brandie Kasper, Lenny Kasper, Karen Walters, Michael Walters Jenna Bassett and Theodore Druin.


A memorial service will be held outdoors on Thursday October 29, 2020 at 1:00 pm at the Madison Presbyterian, 1236 Fishback Road, Madison Va. 22727with interment at the Columbarium behind the Church. In these challenging times please wear a mask and social distance.


Memorial contributions may be made to the Madison Presbyterian Church P.O. Box 297 Madison Va. 22727 or The Hospice House 501 Park Street Charlottesville Va. 22902



2 comments
Oct 20 2020 09:16AM by Joyce and Nick Humphrey

Our sincere sympathy to all of Bea's family. Bea and Clay have been a blessing to us as in our church family and we miss their presence with us and the visits and times we shared with them. They were always hospitable and we loved listening to their life stories which they loved to share; they were so proud of their family. God bless you all and may the visions of Bea, and Clay, and memories remain in your hearts.

Oct 22 2020 11:06PM by iva Francis

I will miss my sister and our 2-3 hour phone calls. I know in my heart that she will keep track of her loving family. May you rest in peace Bea, love and miss you.

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