To: Roberta and family
We were saddened to hear of Dwight's passing. Please accept our deepest sympathy on your loss.
Kenneth & Elizabeth Jordan, Flint, Michigan
May your memories bring you comfort during this difficult time. My sincere sympathy to you and your family.
Gordon, so sorry to hear about the loss of your Father. Losing a parent is a tough thing, I lost my Father in 2004. My thoughts are with you.
My very Dearest Aunt Bert and Family;
Please accept our deepest sympathies. Both Diana and I will always remember uncle Dwight as a brilliant, perceptive, and supremely generous man--truly larger than life in so many respects. Moreover, I will also treasure, and never forget, our many times together in Avondale, Madisonville, Kokomo, Washington DC, and Flint, as I observed and closely interacted with your wonderful children, my dear cousins Denise, Gordon, and Dwight II (I will forever call him "Billy") as they progressed through childhood, adolesence, and finally into maturity. Lastly, and most importantly, please know, in your hour of sorrow, that Uncle Dwight has finally found that which we all long for, but rarely, if ever, achieve in this life: "the peace that passeth all understanding". Much love--Nephew and Cousin Joseph Schwering and Diana Fleming-Schwering
I always knew your dad as my "Uncle Brother" and as that, he always made me laugh. An excellent man, husband, and father who will remain in my heart forever. God bless all of you through this difficult time. And know that he is with God most likely laughin it up!!