Marvin Guyer

Marvin Guyer

Sunday, September 21st, 1952 Tuesday, December 29th, 2020

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Obituary for Marvin William Guyer

Marvin William Guyer, age 68, of Scotland, PA, passed away on December 29, 2020 at his home. Born September 21, 1952 in Chambersburg, PA, he was a son of the late Harold A. Guyer, Sr. and Emma (Moore) Guyer.

Marvin was a 1971 graduate of the Chambersburg Area Senior High School, where he played on the football team and was a left handed pitcher for the school baseball team; as well as for the Chambersburg Maroons for a number of years. Always an avid fitness and sports fanatic, you could often find Marvin exercising at the YMCA, or out running along the sidewalks of Chambersburg. He was employed at Ingersoll Rand and later Volvo at various positions, for 40 years, until his retirement in 2016. He loved riding and detailing motorcycles, as well as cooking. He enjoyed tinkering around the house and yard, and taking care of his fish. He also liked to settle down and draw and color. Marvin was a big man with a matching heart; he had a loving personality and was quick to greet you with a handshake or hug. He made friends with everyone. He was living his best life when he was spending time with his family, grandchildren and dogs.

Surviving is his loving wife of 38 years, Michelle (Hickok) Guyer, whom he married on September 22, 1982; daughters, Shawnna Guyer-Skelton (husband Ryan), of Chambersburg, PA, and Sarah Guyer-Marshall (husband Darren), of Fairfield, Pennsylvania; four grandchildren, Mason and Morgan Skelton and Sloan and Cora Marshall; and two brothers, Harold A. “Budd” Guyer, Jr., of State College, PA, and Eddie Knepper (wife Robin) of Chambersburg, PA.

Marvin will be laid to rest in Parklawns Memorial Gardens where Pastor Garry Culler will officiate. Marvin cherished and loved his friends and family. We will hold a celebration of life service at a future date, to share memories and love. Memorial contributions may be made to The American Cancer Society, 314 Good Drive, Lancaster, PA 17603.
Arrangements are entrusted to the Thomas L. Geisel Funeral Home & Cremation Center, Chambersburg.

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    3218 Philadelphia Ave.
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Bonnie and Matt Craig and Deb and Jeff, Erica and Eric and family and Sean. sent flowers to the family of Marvin William Guyer.
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Bonnie and Matt Craig and Deb and Jeff, Erica and Eric and family and Sean. sent flowers to the family of Marvin William Guyer.
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Bonnie and Matt Craig

I am always here for you Shawnna. Matt and I send our sincere condolences to your entire family. Praying for your comfort.
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Stacy Kyle

I didn't know Mr Guyer, but I know his daughter Sarah. He must have been a great man because Sarah is a wonderful person. He and his wife raised a daughter that is strong in faith, dedicated to her family , and a hard worker. I hope you find some comfort in the fact that he has definitely had an impact on his family and the world. Wishing you all peace and strength.
Comment | Posted at 04:28pm via Condolence

Shelby Reschke

Words cannot describe how saddened I am. Michelle and family, I am thinking of you during this very difficult time. I have so many great memories of Marv since my first day at Volvo. Marv always had an infectious smile and brought joy to everyone around him. He will very much be missed.
Comment | Posted at 10:12am via Condolence

Dru Cramer

Sending my deepest sympathy. Marvin was such a nice man. Always took time to chat. Sending prayers to the family.
Comment | Posted at 07:29am via Condolence

Ellen (Rudolph) Snyder

Marvin, you will be terribly missed. Your heart was as big as you. You were always kind to this young girl, who had a huge crush on you, and you never embarrassed me about it. I was always happy to see you at the Guyer Reunions. May your family and friends find comfort with all the mourners of Israel. May your memory be as a blessing. R.I.P.
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