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Clifton Schwind

Clifton David Dyer Schwind

Friday, June 21st, 1985 - Friday, May 21st, 2021
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Cliff Schwind was born on June 21, 1985 to Marion Dyer and Joe Schwind in Lawrence, Kansas. Cliff died on May 21, 2021 in Fort Collins, Colorado, one month shy of 36.

Cliff was a graduate of Centennial High School, a Master Automobile Mechanic and a proud member of the United States Marine Corps. Cliff was a student at Colorado State University, and was, at the time of his death, a semester away from his degree in Economics.

Cliff married Samantha M. Wade on April 1, 2011. She was the love of his life. Their union produced two wonderful daughters, A.J. and Everly.

Cliff lived most of his life in Colorado. He loved the outdoors and physical challenges. He enjoyed hiking, bicycling, skateboarding, boating, rock and mountain climbing.

Cliff is survived by Sami Schwind, his kids A.J. and Everly, his mother Marion Dyer, his father and step-mother Joe and Jane Schwind, his sister Courtney Hayes, and her children Shane, Kylee and Maverick. We all miss you, Cliff, and will so long as we live.

Cliff suffered the effects of bipolar disorder and PTSD. Donations to any associated charities or veterans organizations are appreciated.
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Patrick McCabe

Posted at 08:04pm
Remembering and Thinking of Cliff Schwind
Remembering when Cliff and Samantha got married, the nice ceremony, the love all around, the mountain atmosphere, trees and architecture.
Remembering eating out with Cliff and Samantha simply talking about life’s activities and world paradigms.
Remembering Cliff’s love for his “girls”.
Remembering going to the “splash park” here in Wellington with Cliff and Everly. Watching the pleasure on Cliff’s face as Everly played and giggled.
Remembering Cliff using his Marine Corp radio training and helping me fix an amateur radio antenna that I was struggling with.
Remembering recovering from spine surgery and Cliff helping me hang my equipment from a shed ceiling with a pulley system that he created.
Remembering letting Cliff borrow one of my trailers for a trip to Missouri, bringing it back and chatting about the journey.
Remembering sitting under one of our big trees and simply catching up.
Remembering Cliff, Everly and I buying “healthy” food at Ridley’s and eating in their little food court catching up on life.
Remembering Cliff’s imperfections.
Remembering Cliff’s intelligence and kind heart.
Patrick J. McCabe

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