Guy Manley III
1943 - 2018
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Guy E Manley III
March 4, 1943 - November 27, 2018
Guy Edward Manley III joined his Father in Heaven on 27 November 2018. Guy was born on 24 March 1943 in Rochester New York to Guy and Adele Manley. Very active through high School, Guy was a competitive swimmer and enjoyed playing Football. Guy earned a Bachelors Degree in Forestry from the University of Main and served in the Peace Corp shortly after in 1965. On 02 August 1975, Guy married Ferron, his wife and best friend in Lake Havasu AZ. Together Guy and Ferron had Three children, Caitlin, Guy, and Brenna. Guy worked for the South West District Health Department in Caldwell Idaho from 1979 until he retired in 2009. Being an avid outdoors man, Guy volunteered to teach Hunter Safety Education for the Idaho Department of Fish and Game for the last 15 years. Hunting, and sharing his love of the outdoors meant the world to Guy. Guy is survived by his wife Ferron, children Caitlin, Guy, and Brenna, Grandchildren James, Brittney, Hallie, Morgan, Kira, Aidan, Marcus, and Noah, and Great Grandchildren Cheyanne, Emma, and Tate. Services were held 28 November 2018 at the family property for family and close friends. Guy will be missed greatly by all who had the honor and privilege of being a part of his life.

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Published in Idaho Press Tribune on Dec. 1, 2018.
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December 11, 2018
The entire staff of the Idaho Department of Fish & Game Hunter Education Program celebrate the life of Guy Manley. Guy taught hundreds of classes and certified thousands of hunters in Idaho since 1994. Guy Manley will be missed.

Derek Fong
Hunter Education Coordinator
Idaho Department of Fish & Game
December 4, 2018
We are saddened to learn of the passing of Guy, but grateful for his service to our nation with the Peace Corps.

Our Condolences,
The National Peace Corps Association
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