Guy B. Aldrich
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Guy B. Aldrich, 74, of Salisbury Twp., passed away Tuesday, January 19, 2021. He and his wife, Deborah Ann (Kegg) Aldrich, celebrated their 46th anniversary. Born in New York NY, he was the son of the late Guy D. and Mary V. (Horton) Aldrich and was of the Protestant faith. He was an Army veteran of the Vietnam War and graduate of Muhlenberg College. Employed at various local financial institutions for 38 years, Guy was a loan officer, most recently in the commercial department. He volunteered at Lehigh Valley Health Network for four years and loved gardening.

Survivors: wife; son, Brian Alan and wife, Andrea, Ellicott City MD; grandchildren, Benjamin, Abigail; sister-in-law, Becky Loupos; nephew, Michael Moyer and wife, Janel.

Services: Private. Arrangements entrusted to STEPHENS FUNERAL HOME, INC. (

Contributions: In lieu of flowers, to veteran organization of choice.

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Published in Morning Call on Jan. 24, 2021.
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January 26, 2021
Dear Debbie, David and I were so terribly sorry to see this. I know we've lost track of each other over the years, but we've often thought of you. We extend our condolences to you, Brian and his family and hope that the wonderful memories you built over your years together will give you strength and comfort during difficult days ahead. If you'd like to reconnect, please message me on Facebook.
Hugs and sympathy,
David and Elizabeth Lischner
David & Elizabeth Lischner
January 26, 2021
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. My deepest condolences, It was my pleasure to work with Guy at the bank. He will be missed by many.
Darlene Wendling
January 25, 2021
Deb and Brian, we are truly sadden by this news. We will never forget the cookouts and Guy shouting “tuna hoagies!” May you be comforted to know he was loved by all who knew him. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Love and peace.
Pat and frank Friedman and family
January 25, 2021
Deb and Brian, I am experiencing two emotions. Sadness on learning of Guy’s death. And, happy feelings remembering all the good times that we shared together. First, Guy was a mentor guiding me through all those early learning years of banking. Second, we enjoyed many good times. Eight ball and Bridge marathons. Guy was excellent at Pool and was a Master at Bridge. His sense of humor was always welcome. He was very fair in his dealings with employees and customers. He will be missed. I remember long discussions of his experiences in Vietnam. His service is appreciated and should be long remembered. My condolences to both of you. If I can be of assistance, please call.
Mike McFadden
January 25, 2021
January 25 2021

Deb and Brian
Gabe and I are sorry to learn of Guy’s passing
Guy was the first person assigned to teach me
installment loans. It was the start of a long friendship.
I enjoyed his humor and I am very glad to have had our
Recent Breakfast meetings and talk about our old memories.
You could always count on Guy to give you a few laughs.
Gabe and Ed
January 25, 2021
Deb and Brian
So sorry to hear of Guy's passing. Enjoyed working with him over the years.

Doloris Schapitl
Doloris Schapitl
January 24, 2021
My sympathy to Guy’s family. As a co- worker at three different banks, I valued his friendship and dry humor. His service to America and LVH volunteer activities speaks volumes about Guy’s character.... a loss to our community.
Bruce Keil
January 24, 2021
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. It was a pleasure to work with guy at the bank. He was a great person.
Mary Kennedy
January 24, 2021
Debbie and Brian,

Sorry to hear about Guy's passing. I really enjoyed working with him. You could always count on his sense of humor.

Pat Stumpp
Pat Stumpp
January 24, 2021
Thank you for your service to our country.

Rest In Peace.
January 23, 2021
Thank You for Your service to our country.

God Bless You!
God be with your family!

A Grateful US Citizen
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