Paul Milton Swindall


1928 - 2013 (Age 84)

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Papa, we love and miss you. Thank you for playing with us, helping us grandkids on the big slides, recording our silliness on your camcorder and all the little ways you showed you love us, too.

This announcement floods my memory of all the great times Paul and I had working on antennas in the Cow Pasture. Many weekends we walked around Monte Sano and then one day discovering Huntsville Mountain when there was only a moonshine still and rattle snakes; long before there were any houses. We worked long hours together to get the jobs done and Paul was always so helpful and insightful as to what needed to be done. The place we worked some of the time was on Madkin Mountain and it was...

Sweet Sister Lee, so sorry to hear about your dad. Thinking of you.
Much love, CB

I am very proud to be related to Paul. I know that both he and my grandfather (his brother Harold) were great men in so many ways. It makes me want to be a better person.

I had a unique relationship to Paul. He was the youngest of Paul and Aline Swindall, and I was their first grandchild. We were only 9 years apart in age, and he was more like a big brother than an uncle. We lived with my grandparents during WWII while my father was serving in the European Theater, and I spent a lot of time with Paul. He gave me so much of his time. He bought my first bicycle and taught me to ride it ... memories flood as I write. If you read the obituary, you know...

I am thankful that I was fortunate enough to have Paul as my Uncle. I never had a question as to whether or not he loved me.


Paul's Obituaries

Paul Milton Swindall, 84, passed away February 13, 2013 in Melbourne Beach following a long illness. He was born August 6, 1928, in Talladega, AL. After graduating from high school in Sylacauga, he attended Auburn University, where he earned his BSEE degree and was a member of ETA-Kappa-Nu and...

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