Charles Swank Obituary, Death – Charles Swank, a longtime Washington Township firefighter and Army veteran has died on Thursday, December 08, 2022. Charles Lived in Butler, Ohio, but he was from Bellville, Ohio. Charles Swank’s death news was announced through an online publication;  We would like to express our condolences on the death of Firefighter Charles Swank, who was stationed in Washington Township. He passed away not long ago. As the vast majority of people are aware, he is deeply committed to the field of firefighting. Charles spent a significant amount of his career as an Instructor at KTC. It is impossible to deny that he was a good person, and his death leaves a significant void in our lives.

Charles proudly served his country in both Iraq and Afghanistan as a member of the United States Army’s 82nd Airborne Division. He was awarded the Bronze Star for his efforts. Alaina, the firefighter’s wife, is one of the Swank family’s remaining members, which now numbers five. A member of our staff who was like a brother to us died yesterday. His wife and children were left without a husband, and his father, brother, and son survived him. The fire department also lacked a leader and an educator. 13 Brothers and sisters, we do not want you to be ignorant about those who have died because we do not want you to grieve hopelessly like the rest of humanity.

We don’t want you to be sad like the rest of humanity because we don’t want you to forget those who have died. As a result, we don’t want you to have any prejudices against those who are currently resting in the afterlife. 14 Because we believe Jesus was crucified and rose from the dead after his death, we also believe God will bring those who have died believing in him with him. We believe this because we believe Jesus was raised from the dead. 15 We who are still alive, who are left until the Lord’s return, assure you that those who have died will not come before those of us who are still here on earth, according to the Lord’s word.

Those who have passed away cannot come before those of us who are still alive. 16 Because at that time, the Lord himself will descend from heaven with a clear command, the voice of the archangel, and God’s trumpet call, and those who have died in Christ will be the first to rise from the grave. [C] Because the Lord will descend from heaven with a clear command, the voice of an archangel, and the sound of God’s trumpet at that time. 17 Following that, those of us who are still alive and present will be raptured into the clouds with them, to appear before the Lord in the air when the end of the world arrives. As a result, we will be able to spend all of eternity with the Lord. 18 As a result, let us encourage one another by sharing encouraging words. My heartfelt condolences go out to his entire family!! Wife, children, active and reserve military personnel, members of the fire department, and extended family members