Condolence From: Patrick Ferry, Columbus, OH
Condolence: Dear Family of Guy;
I met Guy back in 1967 when I went to work for him. He had to be one of the best men I worked for in 33years working in 189.We worked several more jobs together and had a few adventures.
I am so sorry for your loss and would like to express my sincere condolence.
Guy was a good friend and I have always had a deep respect for him.
Condolence From: JAMES GUNKELMAN, COLUMBUS, OH
Condolence: It's Always sad to hear about the passing of a Fellow Veteran. We are sorry for your loss. Your family is in our prayers.
Disabled American Veterans
Capital City Chapter 3
Condolence From: South High School Alumni Association, Columbus, OH
Condolence: The South High School Alumni Association and its Board of Directors want to express our sympathy and send condolences at the death of your loved one. Our entire South High School family is diminished by his passing.
Condolence From: Helen Smith, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: Please accept my deepest sympathies. I met Guy at the cemetery where his plots are right behind ours and he told me he had played ball with my husband, Bobo Smith and brothers-in-law, Carew Smith and Richard McVay, when they were in school.
Condolence From: Darcey Wolfe, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: Guy, you were such a good neighbor and friend. I missed our summertime chats after you moved away. I am thinking of your family during this difficult time. If you run in to Dan " up there" give him a hug and let him know we are all okay
Condolence From: Don & Darlene Holtz, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: Please accept our condolences for your loss. Mr. Holmes was our neighbor for many years. We missed having him in the neighborhood. I’m sure he is now happily with Mrs. Holmes.