My sincere sympathy to the family. I spent a fair amount of time at the shop, picking up parts for original projects. Guy was always helpful and patient with my youthful inexperience in bike building. God blessed me richly for getting to know Guy.
My husband and I met Guy through the mutual love of Triumphs and Guys' great knowledge of them. He was a wonderful person and great businessman. And I'll never forget that he helped me one time when I found myself in a bind. RIP Guy.
I also worked with Guy. He was a wonderful man. He always said TIME TO MAKE THE DONUTS.My thought and prayers to the family
so very sorry to hear of guys passing. He was a wonderful man and always had a smile for you.He will be sadley missed by many. God bless, Brenda Confer
Aunt Nell, Nancy, Karen, Mike, Rick, Jenny and Jason: We are so very sorry for the loss of your brother-in-law and uncle. We know how much you loved him and will miss him. We'll always remember how much Dad liked going to visit Guy with Uncle Harry and what a great guy he was. May you find comfort in your many loving memories of him and the support of your family and friends. May God surround you all with His love at this sad time.
With Deepest Sympathy,
Guy was opinionated, irascable, outspoken and enjoyed every mintue of being that way.........as did I when in his company. He always had a humorous story to tell, and it always had a life lesson in it.......if you were only smart enough to see it. He would "bend over backwards" to help you out unless you acted rude, arrogant or tried to take advantage of him. At age 80, I could see no sign of change from the time I first met him in the 1960's. RIP. Guy, you were a helluva good man.
Guy drove charter bus for bellefonte a while ago an i drove also we took trips together at times he was something always making every body laugh a lot he was something..sure will be missed. Gary..