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Obituary for Jonathan Andrew Schweitzer

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Jonathan Andrew Schweitzer, was born on September 25, 1998. His brief 25 year journey was marked by both remarkable achievements and immense inner struggles.

His childhood was filled with play and laughter and the love of family, especially his incredible brothers. He was a great percussionist, singer, woodworker, and mathematician. He enjoyed working with his hands and creating digital designs. He enjoyed science-fiction. And, like most young men, was an avid video game player. His early graduation from Clear Lake High School and simultaneous completion of his first year of college at San Jacinto College through the dual-credit program demonstrated his intelligence and determination. Anything that he would have chosen to do in his life would have been successful.

His decision to join the U.S. Marines, to endure Boot Camp and The Crucible, to train and to work as an Avionics Meteorological Tech at Quantico reflected the essence of Semper Fi - his loyal commitment to service and to his country. During his service time he achieved the rank of Lance Corporal and was awarded the USMC Good Conduct Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, and qualified twice as an Expert Rifleman.

During his 3rd active year of military service he suffered a psychotic event that was service-connected. He was honorably discharged with a retirement income and medical benefits. The last three years of his life were filled with the constant torment of auditory and visual hallucinations that made his life incredibly challenging. Despite numerous hospitalizations, routine psychiatrist and therapist in-home visits from Veterans Affairs, and the continual support and love of our family, his battle against this horrific disease was relentless. Paranoid Schizophrenia caused him to perceive he was being terrorized verbally and physically by demons. On March 14, 2024, his mental illness won and he took his own life. Jonathan’s story is a heartbreaking reminder of the impact mental health conditions can have on individuals and their families. It is also a testament to the strength of those who endure such struggles.

He is preceded in death by his abuelo Bartolo Del Campo, his grandmother Shirley Schweitzer-Wilcox, his grandfather Morton Schweitzer, and his aunt Luanna Warren who have greeted him with open arms in the presence of God.

He is survived by his mother Caridad Del Campo, step-mother Lori Laird, father Craig Schweitzer, brothers: Micah Schweitzer and Nathaniel Schweitzer (and his wife Mariam Marin), step-siblings: Kyle Magee (his wife Tatiana Magee) , Matthew Magee, Shelby Laird, and James Laird, and grandparents: Clara Del Campo, Kathy Hall, William Hall (and his wife Polina Hall). He is also survived by more than 40 other relatives (uncles, aunts, cousins, and nieces) who love and care for him with all their hearts combined.

As we grieve and remember Jonathan, we know we are not alone. We seek comfort in our cherished memories, and we hold onto the fact that one day, we will be reunited. We also hold onto to family and friends. Jonathan is free from the torment and he is at peace. In the 2nd book of Samuel chapter 12, King David spoke of his deceased child and said, "he cannot come back to me, but one day I will go to him."

We love you so much Jonathan!

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