Anthony T. Schwing

   BORDENTOWN CITY — Anthony T. Schwing, 70, died Sunday at home.
   Born in Lawrenceville, he lived there 22 years and in Trenton for 30 years before moving to Bordentown eight years ago.
   Mr. Schwing retired in 1995 after 35 years as owner of Schwing Excavating.
   He was an Army corporal with the military police during the Korean War.
   Son of the late Charles and Beatrice Glennon Schwing, he is survived by his wife, Allene Ruth Schwing; three sons and two daughters-in-law, Thomas and Robin of Hamilton, Timothy and Patricia of Pennington and Ted Malcolm and his fiancee Beth Jordan of Bordentown; two brothers, Charles of Hightstown and Robert of Lawrenceville; six sisters, Doris Callahan, Agnes Smith, Theresa Lang and Beatrice Acorn, all of Whiting, Mathilda Tindal of Allentown and Loretta Huber of Titusville; four grandchildren, Thomas D., Karl A., Elizabeth A. and Abigail E. Schwing; and numerous nieces and nephews.
   Funeral and burial were private.
   Memorial contributions may be made to Morris Hall, St. Joseph SNS, Lawrenceville, N.J. 08648 or American Heart Association, 2550 Highway 1, North Brunswick, N.J. 08902-4301.