Anjanette Marie Swanson

October 31, 1965 ‒ January 10, 2017

Marengo, Ohio

Anjanette M. Swanson, age 51, of Marengo passed away on Tuesday January 10, 2017 at her home surrounded by her loving family.

Anjanette will be dearly missed by her loving husband of 31 years Tom Swanson; sons: Malachi (Brandi) Swanson and Micah (Kaylee) Swanson; daughter, Hannah Swanson; parents: Gerald and Kathleen (Keyer) Beach; brothers: Gerald “Tony” , Kip, and Jeremi (Valeri) Beach.

She was met at the gates of Heaven by her brother, Jeffery Beach.

Snyder Funeral Homes of Mount Gilead are honored to have been chosen to serve Anjanette’s family.  Condolences may be left below.

  • I’m truly sorry to read about the loss of your loved one. God is a God of comfort and I pray that he will comfort your Family at this difficult time (2Corinthians 1:3,4). In due time God will swallow up death forever (Isaiah 25:8 , 1 Corinthians 15:26). Imagine the time when there’s no more sick,pain or death and the earth being restore to a Paradise (Revelation 21:4). May you find comfort in the promises that God has made. Please accept my condolences.

  • On behalf of our Staff and Friends of Ohio Ministries of the Church of God and Camp Marengo, we offer our sincere condolences and prayers to the family.

  • Please accept our deepest and heartfelt sorrow in the passing of Anjie. She was a kind and gentle soul that loved those around her. We are fervently praying for God to comfort and sustain the family with His peace.

  • We are praying for your family. Angie was the perfect example of a lovely Christian lady, mother, and friend. We are sending our prayers to the Lord from South Carolina and asking Him to send the Holy Spirit with peace that passes all understanding.

  • Anjie and your whole family have been a blessing to me over the years. I will miss her laugh as we interacted over the camp business and busyness. We pray God will comfort , strengthen and encourage you now and later.

  • Tom,
    June and I wish we could be there to hug your neck and grieve with you. We have known Anjie and you for only short time but we love you both dearly.

    Frank and June Hreha

  • We are saddened to hear of Angie’s passing. May God’s presence bring you peace and comfort during this most difficult time.

  • Dear Swanson Family,

    I was astounded at the harsh ripping away my heart felt when I lost my Mom. Nothing prepared me for the hole that was left. I remember thinking that this was so unnatural, so not supposed to happen. And then I realized that was true. We were meant for eternity, not death. It is the last enemy that will be destroyed. I rejoice that sweet Anjie has found home. It has made the thought of heaven sweeter and more real. It is warming to think of her waiting for the rest of us. Meanwhile, we pray peace and comfort for you as you begin a new chapter without her presence. May God’s gift of mercy and grace surround you during this time. You will continually be in our thoughts and prayers.

  • Steve and I are so sorry to hear this. Angie always had a smile for the Royal Family KIDS camp volunteers and kids each summer. She will be missed. Our prayers and sympathy are extended to each of you.

  • We are so very sorry for your loss. What a beautiful girl, woman, wife, mother, daughter and a friend to all she knew. Cancer is not fussy who it touches, but God has the power to help with the pain and he will also show you ways to fill the hole that is in everyone’s heart. She is in the hands of the best caretaker and she will be waiting for all when we arrive.
    With love and Prayers,
    Bob & Brenda Pease and family