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Guy W. Malmborg

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Guy W. Malmborg Obituary
1952 ~ 2013
Guy was born April 4, 1952 and left this world on June 6, 2013 while doing one of the things he loved most.
Guy was born in Garfield, Utah and was raised in Magna where he attended Cyprus High School on a part time basis. He might have graduated with his class in 1970, however there was a war raging in Vietnam, and in 1969, on his 17th birthday, he enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. He served with the 1st Air and Naval Gunfire Liaison Company and served overseas with WESPAC ground forces. Besides this, Guy was a husband, father, brother, grandfather, master gunsmith, scuba instructor, rescue diver, drummer, photographer, welder, auto body technician, law enforcement officer, motorcycle mechanic, fly fisherman, expert rifleman and generally a good guy. He was optomistic and conservative in his views. He is known to have run into a burning building one night to rescue trapped and injured people, and it is said and witnessed by many, that he even chased down a car one night on foot, to get a hit and run, drunken driver out from behind the steering wheel and hold him until the police showed up. Guy was one to get involved, and feared nothing, except maybe Dams.
He is survived by his twin sister, Gay Flesher, sisters April (Dann) Nelson, Robyn (Steve) Wallwork and his stepbrother Steve (Dottie) Johnson. His three sons Wade (Jenny) Malmborg, Robert (Elke) Malmborg, Michael J. Hamblin and his extended family, Cassie, Moki and Maggie. Guy has three grandsons Austin, Garrett and Mason, and one granddaughter Abbie.
Guy is preceeded in death by his wife and best friend Shanna (Sammy) Malmborg, his mother Audrey Matthews Malmborg, his father Walter G. Malmborg, his brother and sister in law Craig S. (Glenna) Malmborg and his extended family, Scooter, Suzie, Peppy, Brandy, and Chops.
Funeral services will be held Friday June 14, 2013 at 3:00 p.m. at Brighton 1st Ward 2925 E Bengal Blvd. Cottonwood Heights.


Published in Deseret News from June 12 to June 13, 2013
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