Earle Chadwick Sweeny, age 83, of Balsam St., Lake Placid, New York died Friday, September 11, 2020 at Adirondack Medical Center in Saranac Lake, NY. Mr. Sweeny was born August 14, 1937 in Saint Albans, VT the son of the late Henry and the late Gladys (Chadwick) Sweeny.
Earle was raised on a dairy farm in Vermont, he served proudly in the Army National Guard during the Korean War. Earle relocated to Upstate New York where he purchased property with his wife Annamae (Sawyer) Sweeny and together they built a loving home in Lake Placid, NY.
He is survived by his wife: Annamae (Sawyer) Sweeny; two sons, Robert Sears, Jr. and his companion Susan Holmes, and David T. Sears and his wife Stephanie; one daughter, Heidi Caple and her husband Robert Caple, Jr. Earle is also survived by and adored his many grandchildren; Jonathan Sears and his wife Erica Premo, Gabrielle Sears and her companion Nathan Pratt, Crystal Sears and her companion Robert Colby, Jeramiah Sears, Victoria Loomis, George Cynthia and Isaiah Setzer, Micheal Sears, and Matthew Cody and Mckenzie Sears. There are many great grandchildren surviving; Rhea-Lynn, Mysha, Blake, Marquia, Mariah, Dominic, Dustin, Donavan, Jasper, Luimere, Brooklynn, Conner, Maddison, Jayden, Layla, Raven, Rylan, Moss, Willow and more who will all cherish all the memories and keep him in our hearts. Three brothers and one sister also survive him.
Earle was predeceased by his parents, Henry and Gladys (Chadwick) Sweeny and one son, Michael D. Sears.
There are no calling hours. A private service will be held by his family at a later date.
The family suggests donations in memory of Earle be made to the Catholic Charities or the Ecumenical Food Pantry in his memory.
The M. B. Clark, Inc. Funeral Home in Lake Placid, NY is in charge of arrangements. Please visit www.mbclarkfuneralhome.com to share a memory, upload a photograph or leave condolences for his family.
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