John Swoboda Death, Obituary – According to reports coming out of Tennessee, the dead corpse of a golfing champion who had been reported missing and for whom authorities there had been hunting for around one week has been discovered. His friends and family had been looking for him in that area. According to a press statement that was published by the Mt. Juliet Police Department on the day that John Swoboda, who is 29 years old and was last seen on December 7th, was reported missing, John Swoboda was the subject of a missing person complaint on that day.
The authorities believe that he did not take his phone, his identity, or any extra clothes with him when he left his house in Mt. Juliet, and that his disappearance occurred under “strange” conditions. Additionally, they claim that his disappearance occurred under “odd” circumstances. On the 12th, the department made the news that they had recovered Swoboda’s body in Nashville, where he had passed away, and the police in Nashville are currently conducting an inquiry into his death as a result of the discovery of his body. In the days preceding up to the discovery of Swoboda’s death, the people who lived in Swoboda’s hamlet undertook an exhaustive search of the area in the surrounding area in the hope that they would find him there.
Ultimately, they were unsuccessful in their search. The police department issued a statement that read, “Our hearts go out to everyone who knew and loved him.” According to the scores that were documented in the official record book for the 2017 USGA Tennessee State Amateur Championship, Swoboda emerged triumphant in the competition. This conclusion can be drawn from the fact that Swoboda’s name appears first. In addition to this, GolfWeek named him the champion of the National Tour for the year 2018. During the time that they were searching for Swoboda, Swoboda’s mother expressed the hope that her son would be aware of the love that was directed toward him while they were looking for him.
This wish was shared when they were looking for Swoboda. After learning the sad news that Swoboda had passed away, one of his close friends, Tyler Cox, expressed his sorrow by saying, “It’s incredibly awful that we will never play another game of golf together.” The police have not made any further information regarding his death public at this time. Mt. Juliet can be found roughly 20 miles to the east of Nashville, which puts it at a distance of approximately 30 kilometers.