- 72 years old
- Date of birth: Dec 20, 1942
- Date of passing: Dec 7, 2015
|Let the memory of Albert be with us forever|
"Joe and I had many good times with you Al. Especially loved the hot chocolate you made and enjoyed babysitting Samson. We will miss your grin."
"I am sorry for your loss. May you find strength in your fond memories of Mr. Al Guy. Take comfort in the Lord's words at John 5:28, 29"
"Big Al was giant of a man with a big heart. First met him on the field at OLD Sierra Mesa School on the annual Thanksgiving day football game between the Banis and Keith Clans. He then joined with me to play on the SMVFD softball team. We played for over then years at Heasley field.
He adored playing with my kids at these events before Michael was born. Our lives unfortunately drifted apart and I hadn't seen him in over ten years. Thought of him and his family often.
He will be missed"
"My daughters were students at Edgewood Academy when Mr. Guy was a teacher there. He always challenged them and made them think. He accepted nothing less than their very best. He actually treated the parents in very much the same way, and I always appreciated that. He was part of the reason I went on to continue with my degree and eventually earn my teaching credential. Thank you Mr. Guy for your inspiration. You will not be forgotten."
"Rest in Peace Al we will miss having you around! East Laurel will never be the same without you."
"I Remember coming to uncle AL house and having lunch and sitting talking with him man he cooked the best hamburgers I loved spending the hole day with you uncle AL we talk about when I came to spend the summer with him he will always be a great uncle tell Grandpa I said hello you will be missed you are now teaching them angels"
"In 1967 when I walked into my 4th grade class on the first day of school and saw my new teacher for the first time, I knew right away that it was going to be an interesting year. I was greeted by a tall man with a deep voice and a big smile, his name was Mr. Guy. When I think back to that year, it brings back so many good memories. Mr. Guy was eager to teach and he made sure we learned and understood what a 4th grader should know. It was a year of singing, dancing, and exploring. He taught us to square dance and sing "Yellow Rose of Texas". When asked we would perform on the spot. He loved taking us on field trips and we explored the Los Angeles area as often as possible. Thank you, Mr. Guy for making my 4th grade a memorable one. I hope your family finds peace and love during this difficult time.
Teresa Martinez Carnero"
"From Ms. Tiffany
I was an instructional Assistant working in his Classroom while he was a Teacher at the Erwin Elementary School within the Bassett Unified School District.
I am truly sorry for your family loss."
"RIP Mr. Guy I will always remember going to your house and talking about the Dodgers. Say hello to my dad for me."
"I love you Uncle Al. You will be missed forever and always."
"As a little girl growing up he was Uncle Al and will always be my Uncle Al. I have so many memories of him. He was always so nice and welcoming when I would visit. To me he was the man with the big voice that came from the sky. His laugh and voice was so deep, it's one that I will never forget. I wish that my boys and husband could have met him. He will forever be missed."
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