Ronald Cole Sweany
Ronald Cole Sweany

June 15, 1936 - September 15, 2017
Born in Baltimore, MD
Resided in Annapolis, MD
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Ronald C. Sweany, 81, of Annapolis died peacefully on September 15, 2017 at AAMC from congestive heart failure after a brief illness. He became an Eagle Scout. He graduated from Towson State University and much later earned an MBA from Central Michigan University. He worked as an accountant for Anne Arundel County government for 30 years, including 5 years as treasurer of the County Credit Union, then retired and worked quite a few bookkeeping and accounting jobs, most recently at Chesapeake Lightcraft, until the day of his illness. In his work, he strived to learn and adopt the latest computer technology.
Born and raised in north Baltimore, he moved to Hillsmere in Annapolis in 1956. His father passed away suddenly at a young age in 1960. He was a loving and devoted husband to Jerry Jane Sweany for over 57 years and devoted father to his son Timothy Sweany of Caroline County MD and special needs son Kevin Sweany of Pasadena, MD. He kept busy and involved in many projects at home his entire life. He enjoyed boating, local history, and collecting model trains and spending time at home with his family. He and his wife were founding members of Annapolis EP church for over 50 years. He was the church treasurer for the first 17 years.
His parents were the late Donald I. Sweany Sr and Marguerite Baker Sweany. In addition to his family, he is survived by his older brother, Donald I. Sweany Jr. of Annapolis and his family, and many cousins from the large Baker family.
The funeral will be at EP church of Annapolis, 710 Ridgely Ave, at 2:30pm on Wednesday September 20, 2017. Burial will immediately follow at the church cemetery. Visiting afterwards.
The family prefers contributions made in his memory to EP Church of Annapolis, but flowers are also appreciated.

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Evangelical Presbyterian Church
710 Ridgely Ave.
Annapolis, MD 21401
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
2:30 PM
Burial
Evangelical Presbyterian Church
710 Ridgely Ave.
Annapolis, MD 21401
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
3:30 PM

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