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Guy Richard Conrad
  • August 20, 1959
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  • December 03, 2017

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Guy Richard Conrad, 58, of Fort Myers, passed away Sunday, December 3, 2017. He died following a brief battle with cancer. He was born August 20, 1959 in Inglewood, CA to Richard and Donna Conrad.

Guy was of the Christian faith. He was employed as an HVAC technician and known as a jack of all trades. He graduated from Altoona Area High School in 1977 where he majored in socialization on the portico. He loved his cats “Babe” and “Yettie”, Harley Davidsons, restoring antique cars, plants and gardening. He was an avid Pittsburg sports fan, a Steelers fanatic. Celeste told him the Steelers won the Super Bowl this year.

He is survived by his mother, Donna Conrad; brothers, Christy Conrad and Curtis Conrad; sisters, Celeste Conrad and Julia Jay; as well as six nephews and five nieces.

He was preceded in death by his father Richard T. Conrad in 1999.

Affordable Cremations by Baldwin Brothers, Fort Myers, is entrusted with final care.


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  1. Elizabeth Espenlaub says:
    13 Dec 2017
    So sorry to hear about Guy.Such a wonderful person.Good times in the 70s will always be in my heart.Thoughts and prayers to the family.

  2. Darlene says:
    05 Dec 2017
    I got a penny from heaven today and know who sent it

  3. Sharyn Flint says:
    05 Dec 2017
    Guy...you were a handful and a lot of fun. I remember our trip to Daytona Beach and all the times you, Celeste and I hung out in SCP. I am sorry I didn't get to see you recently but I'll see you on the flip side...Love you

  4. Pam Boring Moyer says:
    05 Dec 2017
    Julie and family; so sorry for your loss...Guy was a great conversationalist on the portico, his long hair will always be remembered, his smile was always so infectious...I hadn’t seen him in so long that he probably wouldn’t’ve remembered me but I’ll never forget him...thoughts and prayers to all of his family in this time of need

  5. Kim Dionis says:
    05 Dec 2017
    Haven’t seen Guy since we were portico buds yet he still has the same beautiful smile! He was one of those rare people I’d pass in the course of a day who always made me feel a little better. That smile! And that long hair in the 1970s slapping his back, of course. I am very sad for those of you who love Guy and spent your lives with him. You’re in my heart.
    Celeste, I’m so glad you told Laurie that Guy was sick so we could send him a card. Don’t know if he remembered me—but I definitely remember him.

  6. Timothy Bell says:
    05 Dec 2017
    Dear Julie & the family , I would like to express my thoughts an prayers in this time of need . May your brother rest in peace in heaven above. ( JOHN 3:16 ).

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