04/27/1981 - 11/06/2022
Service Date: 11/11/2022
Service Time: 4:00pm
Service Location: Gilbert Memorial Park, 2100 E Queen Creek Rd, Gilbert, AZ 85297

We are sad to announce the passing of Megan E Swezey. She passed away on 11/06/2022 in Gilbert, Arizona. She is survived by her husband Brandon Swezey and two children, Riley and Mia Swezey.

Megan was a beautiful and strong woman. It was amazing that she endured multiple treatments and all of the lasting effects, while still maintaining her sense of humor and positivity. She did not let her illnesses define her. We were blessed with two amazing girls. Megan made them the center of our world and she loved exploring new things with them and watching them grow. She loved spending time with family, camping, watching volleyball, and doing crafts. She will be missed by all.

The funeral will be held at Gilbert Memorial Park, 2100 E Queen Creek Rd, Gilbert AZ 85297, at 4pm.

In lieu of flowers please consider a donation to the GoFundMe donation page listed below in Megan’s name. Proceeds will benefit her children. Please copy/paste this link:



  • Rev. Glenn Swain

    Dear Brandon, Riley and Mia. My heart hurts for all of you during this time of great loss. It truly is my honor as a minister to officiate Megan’s memorial on Friday. Blessings to you all.

  • Megan was a pure light. I knew her through her sister, Sarah. They were truly a dynamic duo. Megan fought cancer so hard, so long. May she rest now. Put down her fighting gloves and raise her wings. Love to all that she knew and loved.

  • I am so heartbroken for your family.

    Sending you love and prayers as you go through this time of loss.

    May the angels watch over you.

    Daria Marnella

  • Dottie & Tom Bernatowicz

    Our heart and prayers goes out to this whole family. We live next door to Megan’s parents that are simply wonderful people as was Megan. May God give you peace and strength Brandon while you take on raising the two girls, talk to them daily about their mom, it will help them as well as you too Brandon. Dave and Betsy we pray for as much comfort that God can bestow upon you both not only during this most initial sorrowful difficult time but always.
    Dottie and Tom Bernatowicz

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