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Daniel A. Zwicker

January 17, 1956 - January 30, 2016

Daniel A. Zwicker, 60 of Salem Oregon. Daniel was born and raised in Salem Oregon and attended Bush Elementary, Leslie Junior High and South Salem High. After high school, Daniel attended and graduated from OSU School of Pharmacy. After graduation from OSU, Daniel worked for Salem Hospital for 30 years before his retirement.
Daniel had several passions and those who knew him were well aware that music was number one. He loved spending time in Newport, Oregon and visiting the beaches and aquarium. He enjoyed many travels to Tahiti and other various locations. In the spring and summer, you could find Daniel working in his yard and planting flowers of all kinds.
Dan is survived by his sister Diane Taylor of Salem Oregon and many loving cousins. He was preceded in death by his Parents Virgil A. and Agnes S. Zwicker and brother Dell Zwicker.
Private Family and Friend Services are pending arrangements. In lieu flowers, the family requests donations be made to the American Diabetes Foundation.

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To the Zwicker family: Please accept my sincere condolences and deepest sympathy on the loss of your dear loved one. Death is such a tragedy for all of us, and when it touches us personally, it's sometimes difficult to find the comfort that we search for. Our loving Heavenly Father Jehovah, who is the God of all comfort, feels empathy for those who have lost a loved one in death, and therefore promises to swallow up death forever and eliminate all pain and suffering. (Please read Revelation 21:4 and Isaiah 25:8) Jesus gave even more reason for hope at John 5:28,29 where he explains: "...all those in the memorial tombs...will come out." As you read the above texts in your Bible, may they give you hope and comfort, during this most difficult time. Again, my deepest sympathy. David Cowles