Erin Anne McSwain

Erin Anne McSwain peacefully left this precious earth on October 27, 2016 at the age of 48, surrounded by her family in her favorite place, The Beach. Born in Seattle, WA on March 30, 1968 to Ed McSwain and Margaret McSwain Robinson. Erin lived in Snohomish and Tahuya, WA, and is survived by her husband, Micah Olson; sons, Tyler Licata and Elliot Licata; mother, Margaret Robinson; her beloved lab Oscar, and many others in her large extended family. She was preceded in death by her father, Ed McSwain and sister, Melanie McSwain.

Memorial services will be held for family and friends at a later date in Tahuya, WA and Northport, WA.

In lieu of flowers for the family or at the memorial service, please plant some as Erin would have done. In addition, please do something today and everyday to help the environment of our fragile planet in Erin’s honor.

Also in remembrance and in lieu as well, charitable donations can be made to the following:

  1. Everett Gospel Mission Women’s Shelter at egmission.org
  2. Providence Hospice foundation at washington.providence.org
  3. Hood Canal Salmon Center at pnwsalmoncenter.org

Comments

During this time of great sorrows, caring thoughts are with you and your family. So sorry for your loss. Hearts ache when they are overwhelmed with sadness and grief. May your loving memories of Erin bring a smile to your face and a calm to your heart, as you draw comfort from "the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our trials," "while you throw all your anxieties on Him because he cares for You" (2 Corinthians. 1:3-4 - 1 Peter 5:7) May the marvelous prospect that soon death will be no more, give you hope and bring you peace, for we are guaranteed, He (God) will swallow up death forever... (Isaiah 25:8). With deepest sympathy.

Dee Miller


Micah, It is still hard to picture our glowing bride has slipped away. I am thinking of you and Erin's family. I am so lucky to have had the chance to witness the elegant and passionate lady Erin became from that little girl at the cabin, to see her son's grow tall and to Witness your love. Peace dear cousin.

Maggie


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