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Frederick Allan Schwarb

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Frederick Allan Schwarb, 84, lovingly known as Al, Dad and Papa, passed away peacefully on May 15, 2021, after a two-year battle fighting ALS. He attended the University of Michigan for a year to pursue his love of music and then transferred to the University of Miami where he obtained his law degree. After law school, Al joined the Air Force as a commissioned officer during Vietnam, and later served in the Georgia Air National Guard, having achieved the rank of Captain.

He was an avid trumpet player who lived and loved jazz, particularly big band jazz. After leaving the military, Al obtained his pilot’s license, one of his most favorite pursuits, so he could travel with his family. After practicing law for many years, he and his family relocated from Miami to Winter Haven where he opened and operated a successful printing business, which he and his wife ran for almost 30 years before retiring to Cumming, Georgia.

Al was a prolific photographer who enjoyed taking pictures and videos of his family. He left behind an extensive collection of memories through his photography and videography. He had great wit and humor and was always appreciative of even the smallest things. He was as selfless as one can be and will be greatly missed by those who knew and loved him.

He is survived by his loving wife, Linda, their four children, Allan Jr., Jeffrey (Jay), Laura, Scott, and his thirteen grandchildren. Allan was laid to rest at the Georgia National Cemetery in Canton, GA.

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