Frank M. Swiderski

Frank M. Swiderski

October 25, 1929 - August 03, 2014

Frank M. Swiderski

October 25, 1929 - August 03, 2014


Frank M. Swiderski, of Rancho Mission Viejo, passed on August 3, 2014.

He was born in Chicago on October 25th, 1929 to Agnes and John Swiderski. Frank attended Loyola University before joining the Armed Forces in 1953. He was awarded the Korean Service Medal with 2 Bronze Service stars during his service. Frank returned home to the US and met Margaret Konetzny through a mutual friend. After three years, Frank and Margaret married on September 17th, 1955.

After his service, Frank continued his education. He studied accounting and auditing and worked for Peat Marwick & Mitchell as an auditor. He left Peat Marwick to work for Security Federal Savings & Loan Association in Chicago. Frank was Secretary and Treasurer, CFO until the close of the institution in 1997. He worked for Security Federal Savings & Loan for over 40 years. In 1997, Frank retired and him and his wife, Margaret moved to California to be closer to their grandchildren.

He dedicated his life to his family and his work. He inspired his children in music, tennis and love of learning. After moving to California from Chicago for his retirement, he volunteered for over 10 years at Mission Hospital, in Mission Viejo continuing his service to others. His hobbies included painting, walking, gardening and financial research.

He was survived by his wife, Margaret; children, Martin, Michelle and Mary; and grandchildren, Nicole, Megan, and Michelle.

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3 responses to Frank M. Swiderski

  1. Thank you dad for your great inspirations your good hart and many wonderful family experiences. I Love You!

  2. Alex says:

    Dear Marty!—-So sad that we lost Frank my good old neighbor pen-pal—I will miss him dearly—My condoles to Margaret and to you three children—–Alex——–thanks for the funeral information’s, I will forward it to my daughters—–

  3. I think of all the August picnics at the lake and then changed to the July picnics at a park in Chicago many years ago with our group. Yes, God has taken Frank to Heaven, where he will join Ernie and Lois Krupica. who have also gone to Heaven since last Christmas. There is no more pain and suffering for them. Frank fought the good fight and God finally said it is time to “Come Home to be with Me”. God bless you, especially Marge, with strength and peace in the coming days. I felt with less emails that something was happening. Our daughter-in-law, Grace, is once again battling cancer. She was in remission for a year. With much love, Marlene Wilhelm

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