Thomas Paul Schweig
Thomas P. Schweig, 70, Huntley, Illinois, was released from his suffering April 4, 2021. A Lieutenant in the Chicago Fire Department and former member of Squad 2, Tom retired from Engine 112 after 31 years of service. Unfortunately Tom did not have the time he wanted to enjoy his many interests, including family/friend gatherings (never missed), bowling, and his great passion, golf. Born and raised in Chicago, Tom was the cherished son of the late Mary (Jenkin) and Nicholas Schweig and loving brother of Ann Marie (Michael) Murphy, the late Robert (Geralynn), John (Judith), Marilyn (the late Salvatore) Novello, Sharyn (Steven) Mundt, the late Victor, U.S.M.C., Rita (Daniel) Habel, Stephen and Deborah (the late Harold) Farina. He was also a loving friend to Vida, constant companion to his dog Rosey, uncle of 17, great uncle of 12 and great great uncle of one. These are just a few of the many lives Tom has touched, and that will miss him dearly. Memorial visitation Saturday, April 10, 1:30 – 4:00, with service immediately following at Countryside Funeral Home and Crematory, 950 South Bartlett Road (at Stearns Road) in Bartlett. Cremation was private. In lieu of flowers, donations to Ignite the Spirit Fund would be appreciated. https://www.ignitethespirit.org/ For info (630)289-7575 or www.countrysidefuneralhomes.com


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Published by Chicago Tribune on Apr. 8, 2021.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
Apr
10
Visitation
1:30p.m. - 4:00p.m.
Countryside Funeral Home and Crematory
950 South Bartlett Rd at Stearns Rd, Bartlett, IL 60103
Apr
10
Service
4:00p.m.
Countryside Funeral Home and Crematory
950 South Bartlett Rd at Stearns Rd, Bartlett, IL 60103
Funeral services provided by:
Countryside Funeral Home and Crematory
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My sympathy to the entire Schweig family. The good guys seem to go too soon.
Bob Eick
April 11, 2021
Heartfelt sympathy to all of u. Gone to soon. May he Rest In Peace.
Sandra Wilson
April 10, 2021
So sorry for the loss of Tom. We lived across the street from Tom in Chicago for many years. Tom was quiet and reserved but was always there for you if you needed him. He was a great neighbor. He was kind to my family. May he rest in eternal peace.
Mary Heinz
April 9, 2021
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April 9, 2021