Yvon Guay

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Yvon William Guay of Blenheim passed away at the Chatham-Kent Hospice on Friday November 5, 2021 at the age of 73 years.  Born in New Brunswick, Yvon made his way to Toronto at a young age where he became a part of the Toronto Police Force.  Together, he and his wife Sally (Warren) raised two children Tammy Guay and Jim Guay.  They were blessed with five grandchildren Brooke, Cody, Summer, Shawna and Anthony as well as two great-grandchildren Christopher and Elena.  He was the brother-in-law of Tom (Judy) Warren and the late Jerry Warren (survived by Audrey).

Yvon and Sally eventually moved back to Sally’s home town of Erieau, renewing old friendships.  Yvon took a job at Rockwell in Tilbury and bought a hobby farm outside Blenheim where he enjoyed farming, gardening and selling produce.  He will be remembered as a man of sheer determination when he envisioned what could someday become reality as well had a man who had a great sense of humour and loved to laugh.  It was his wish that his family will remember him privately.

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My Deepest Sympathies to Yvon's Family. We Graduated together,Last time I saw Yvon was at a class reunion in Grand Falls,NB. He was great classmate. My Symathies again to Family

Rest in peace buddy.condolences to the family.

I have known Yvon for over 50 yrs mostly during the time he lived in Toronto, my husband helped him move to the farm in Thamesville. We would have many wonderful visits through out the years. He loved his home in Erieau and his vegetable & flower stand in Blenheim. Rest in peace my friend, will miss your laughter and humor. Condolences for the family and my thoughts during this difficult time are with you.

So sorry Sally and family for your loss . Yvon will be greatly miss 😭💔.Vincent was his childhood friend .they weres raise across the rd from each other in Grand falls nb .again sorry 😞

So sad to hear of Yvon’s passing. Our condolences and prayers are with the family.

Thinking of the entire family, and especially thinking of Tammy and Jim, from your days working for Rumble Corn Crew and H.R.P.S. May God wrap his arms around you and give you peace and comfort at this time. Cherish your memories.

Sorry to here he was a great neighbour of mine when he lived on splinter line.

To the Guay & Warren families, Our thoughts and prayers are with you in your grief journey. Marvin & Sandi

Yvon was an man with many interests...many of which he pursued throughout his life. He will be missed by his friends and family.