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Carl Calvin Schwartz Jr.

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Carl Calvin Schwartz Jr. 

May 9, 1957 ~ June 20, 2014

Born in Seattle, WA on May 9, 1957, he moved to Wenatchee as a young boy. He married M. J.“Jeanne” Pipkin on October 21, 1978. Carl worked for Asplund Tree Service and Osmose Pole treating for many years. Carl started his own tree business in 1991 through 2008. He loved all aspects of the business, and taught his three children the business. His children worked with him for several years and when his grandsons were old enough, they worked beside their Papa, learning to love the business as much as Carl. He raised his children loving waterskiing, snowmobiling, camping and traveling.

Carl is survived by wife, Jeanne Pipkin - Schwartz of Cashmere, WA; sons, Timothy (Natale) O’Regan of Wenatchee, and Carl “Calvin” Schwartz III of Wenatchee; daughter, Heidi (Dominick) Mitchell of Osburn, ID; grandchildren, Caleb O’Regan, Jacob O’Regan, Dillen Schwartz, Hailey O’Regan, Matthew O’Regan, Ashley Schwartz, and Kambria Schwartz; great-granddaughter, Audrey O’Regan; mother, Janice Reeff of Oak Harbor, WA; siblings, Steven Schwartz of

Tri-Cities, WA, Candy Ynocencio of Graham, WA, Andy Reeff of Roy, WA and Lynette Reeff of Oak Harbor, WA. Carl was preceded in death by his fathers, Leonard Reeff and Carl C. Schwartz Sr.

A Celebration of Carl’s Life will be held at Telford’s Chapel of the Valley in East Wenatchee, beginning at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, June 28, 2014. Arrangements are by Telford’s Chapel of the Valley, East Wenatchee, WA.

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