Marvin David  Guy's Memorial

Marvin David Guy
(1919 - 1998)


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Name: Marvin David Guy
Nick Name: "Pop"
Gender: Male
Age: 79 years old
Lived: Monday, 10 February 1919 - Thursday, 30 July 1998

My Story

Marvin "Pop" Guy was a farmer his entire life.  He was married to Alzora Phillips for more than 50 years.
They had nine children....Bobby, Geraldine, Bonnie, Robert, Alice, Margaret, Bennie, Tommy, and Marlene.  He lived the simple life.  He had no interest in material things... a pair of khakis and a can of Prince Albert was all he needed.  He was a man of all trades, he was good with his hands.  He built what he needed and could always fix what was broken.   He lives on , in all his children.  We all miss you and love you still.

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snooks was in a beauty pageant tonight. you would have been so proud of her.
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we miss you grandpa! love, lisa and billy
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Song Name: Daddy's Hands
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Makes us think of you.
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We miss you dearly. Robert and Vickie


Fathers Name: Benjamin Guy
Mothers Name: Annie
Spouse's Name: Alzora Phillips
Siblings Names: Melvin, Aubrey, Dean, Buck, Ruby,June,
Country of Birth: USA
Country of Residence: USA
Occupation: Other
Marital Status: Married



Place of Passing: Jonesboro, Arkansas
Date of Passing: 30 July 1998
Cause of Passing: cancer
Place of Burial: Harrisburg, Arkansas
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