Chadwick P. Marquardt

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Chadwick Phaen Marquardt

November 25, 1972 • November 12, 2018

Chadwick Phaen Marquardt, 45, of Benson, Minnesota died Monday, November 12, 2018, at the Swift County Benson Healthcare Services.  A private family Interment will be held at a later date. Arrangements are with Zniewski Funeral Home.

Son, Brother, Uncle…Of all the many blessings however great or small…To have had you for a Son, Brother, Uncle…Was the greatest one of all…The family chain is broken now…And nothing seems the same…But when God take's us one by one, The chain will link again...We Love you Chad.

Chadwick Phaen Marquardt, 45, was born November 25, 1972, at the Swift County Benson Hospital. He passed away November 12, 2018, at the Swift County Benson Hospital.

He is survived by his mother Janet Marquardt; a sister April Cramlet and his special brother Keith Cramlet, niece and Godchild Page Cramlet; nephews Jeremy Cook and Dalton Cramlet, brother Michael Bird; brothers-in-law and sisters Angie and Sarah; cousin Michael Lee; his aunt Donna Mae Ostendorf’s children, Laura Lorna, Karla, and her grandchildren Sandy, and Craig; friend Jeannie Skoglund; great aunt Bonnie Thompson and family; and cousins Hans, Pam, Jeff, Pat, Kevin, and Chrissy.

He is preceded in death by his beautiful dog Jewel, his fathers Alan Egge and Donald Marquardt, his grandparents Phaen and Dorothy Pittman, LuElla Marquardt, his best friend and cousin Cheryl Ostendorf, his aunt and uncle Donna Mae and Art Ostendorf, and Spike Thorson.

The family held a private service to remember the things he loved. His family was Special to him. He loved living close to his sister and her husband in the country. He loved to fish and was good at bead work, creating beautiful jewelry. He was a prankster and had such a contagious laugh and smile. He was heartbroken when the Lord called Jewel home. But now he is reunited with Jewel and his loved ones. His soul is in God’s hands and he is watching over us all. We will miss him so and we will love him forever.


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