Larry Ray Guyton

Born: Mon., Sep. 23, 1946
Died: Fri., May 25, 2012


Funeral Service

1:00 PM Wed., May 30, 2012
Location: Rocky Gap Chapel MD Veteran's Cemetery


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Mr. Larry Ray Guyton, 65, Taneytown, died Friday May 25 at Veteran's Affairs Medical Center in Martinsburg WV
Born in Annapolis, September 23, 1946 he was a son of the late Guy E. Sr. and Miriam Ifert Guyton. He was a truck driver and a US Air Force Vietnam veteran from 1964 until 1969.  He enjoyed camping and his Harley Davidson motorcycle.
He is survived by:
1 son - Clint P. Guyton - Taneytown
1 daughter - Georgia Guyton - Oakland
2 granddaughters - Raelyn Guyton and Haley Guyton
2 brothers - Guy Emerson Guyton - Severn and Dennis L. Guyton - Hanover, PA
He was predeceased by a brother David Emerson Guyton.
Funeral services will be held 1 PM on Wednesday May 30 in the chapel at Rocky Gap Maryland Veteran's Cemetery in Flintstone. There will be no local visitation. Military honors will be accorded Mr. Guyton by Cumberland American Legion Post #13.
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Uncle David and Aunt Doris Ifert
   Posted Tue May 29, 2012
To the Family of Larry:

We are extremely sorry about the loss of Larry. If we can be of future help, just give us a call at 240-490-7279.

Sincerely, Uncle David, Aunt Doris, Kathy, Linda, Perry

Robbie & Jody Mason
   Posted Tue May 29, 2012
This truly is heartbreaking-our thoughts are with your family. There
are alot of memories that will never be forgotten.

Pam & Bill Shorb
   Posted Wed May 30, 2012
So sorry to hear about Larry. Memories of Taneytown High and him helping to build our house flooded my mind when I read of his passing. Larry was a nice guy and he will be missed. God bless you all.
Pam & Bill Shorb
Keysville, MD

jim hahn
   Posted Sat June 02, 2012
my sincere sympathy to larry's family. larry enjoyed life in his own way, living in his special place. as part of the class of '64 and part of the constuction crew of the "camp"; i have a lot of memories with larry. his smile, his different sense of humor and our "camp parties".
rest in peace larry and thanks for serving!
jim

Peggy Keeney
   Posted Sat June 02, 2012
Sending my sincere concolences to the Guyton family on the loss of Larry.

As a member of the Class of ''64, Larry was our ''free spirit.'' He charmed us with his smile and quiet sense of humor. I imagine him on his Harley riding around the great campground in the sky. Ride on, Larry!

Peg

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