Redlin Funeral Home

Nathan Dale Sweatt , Age 68

March 25, 1951 --January 25, 2020

Nathan Dale Sweatt, went to heaven on January 25, 2020. He was 68 years old.

Nathan, son of Thomas Charles Sweatt and Lona Mai Sweatt was born March 25, 1951 in Green Field, Tennessee.

On November 28, 1970 he married the love of his life, Barbara Ethel (Coder) Sweatt. They have been married for 49 years.

He was employed as a farmer at Enge Homestead for almost 30 years.

Nathans hobbies included hunting, collector of various things such as antiques, coins and John Deere collectables, wheeling and dealing, bowling, card club, tractor enthusiast, spending time with family and grandchildren, attending auctions, demolition derbys, truck pulls, watching Western movies and sports

Nathan was preceded in death by his father, Thomas, sister, Kathy and brothers Stevie, Robert, Danny, and Gary.

Nathan is survived by his mother, Lona; his wife, Barbara; his sisters Vickie and Trina; his brothers Tommy, Ray, Jerry, Terry, and Albert; his children Nathan Paul (Jenny) Sweatt, Nicholaus (Kim) Sweatt, Hope (Matt) Miller, Faith (Jeremie) Higgins, and Noah Sweatt; his grandchildren Kelsey (Matt) Kelley, Paige Sweatt, Emmy, Lydia, and Brynlee Miller, Alison and Caleb Sweatt, and two great-granddaughters Natalia and Layla Kelley. He is missed by all.

Memorial Service will be held at Walnut Hill Bible Church, 1900 East St. Baraboo, WI 53913 on Friday, January 31st, 2020. Visitation 9:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. with the service to follow. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to the family.


Linda Atkins January 27, 2020

Friend Middleton , Wisconsin

David and I send condolences to the entire Sweatt family and especially Nick..

MaryAnn Boylan Woelfel January 28, 2020

Friend Menomonee Falls , Wisconsin

Dear Barb, I am so sorry to hear of your husband’s passing. May you have many happy memories to surround you. May your family bless you with stories that make you smile and be grateful for the years you spent together and may God’s peace hold you tightly. Blessings, MaryAnn Woelfel