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Melwood N. Guy, 74

Mr. Melwood N. "Buzz" Guy, age 74, of 128 Clearwater Dr., Franklin Twp. passed away unexpectedly on Thursday November 25, 2010 at the Ellwood City Hospital ER at 2:45 pm.

Mr. Guy was born on March 20, 1936 in Ellwood City to the late Melwood N. Guy and Julia Christy Guy. Buzz graduated from Lincoln High School in 1954, and played guard for the Wolverines Football Team. Buzz was recruited by the Duke
University football team and played for them until he was drafted by the Cleveland Browns in 1957. While at Duke his team played in the Orange Bowl. Following being drafted by the Browns, Buzz was traded to the New York Giants and played for them for 2 years. He then played for the Dallas Cowboys, with coach Tom Landry, when they formed their team in 1965 for 2 years. Buzz then played for the Denver Broncos for 2 years before retiring from the NFL. He had played offensive guard through out his career. He then worked as a salesman for the Borg-Warner Co.. Also, Buzz had belonged to the Lions Club, was a Cub Scout Leader, and enjoyed golfing and remodeling older homes.

Buzz is survived by his wife of 54 years Louise Ramella Guy, one daughter and son in law, Susan L., Robert Hamilton of Newton, NJ, two sons and a daughter in law James A. & Marty Guy of Scottsdale ,AZ, Jeffrey N. Guy of Cedar Lake, Ind., 4 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren , 3 step grandchildren, and one sister Marcene Rose of Albany, NY.



Friends will be received on Tuesday from 10-11 am at the Samuel Teolis Funeral Home, Inc..

A memorial Blessing Service will be held at the funeral home on Tuesday at 11:00 am with Father Mark Thomas officiating.

Memorial donations may be made to the donors charity of choice.

 

 

Guestbook

Joedy Gardner
Posted on November 28, 2010
The Ellwood City 1954 Basketball Team. Buzz Guy is pictured in middle back row without a shirt. All Como (back right) was the coach.

Joedy Gardner
Posted on December 1, 2010
Even in sadness you must feel pride in the legacy left by someone so special. Buster was an incredible high school teammate and certainly was that special person.

Louise, you are being remembered in our thoughts and prayers. Please accept our deepest sympathy during these most difficult times

Joedy Gardner
12364 W. Rosewood Lane
Peoria, Arizona 85383

Photo ID: 1954 LINCOLN HIGH SENIORS:
Top Row: Coach Eugene Bschini, Buster Guy, Head Coach Al Como.
Middle Row: Lewis Hooker, Ed Scott, Joedy Gardner, Bob Eonta, Pete Burd.
Bottom Row: Coach George Jinar, Fred Haines, Mike Newman, Jimmy DeCaria, CoacH Bill Spellman.

Al & Sue MacGregor
Posted on July 17, 2011
Sorry to hear about your loss. We have fond memories of your time in Colonie NY. Please contact us at amacgregor35660@roadrunner.com

Photos

From Joedy Gardner
From Joedy Gardner

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Samuel Teolis Funeral Home, Inc.
309 Spring Avenue
Ellwood City, PA. 16117
724-758-3222