Robert Paul Guiney, Jr.

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Apr 14 1944
Apr 13 2019
74 Years
Parkesburg, Pennsylvania

Robert Paul Guiney, Jr., 74, was born April 14, 1944 and raised on his family farm in Parkesburg, PA.  He passed away on April 13, 2019 at Tel Hai Retirement Community while in the loving company of his family and friends.

Bob was preceded in death by his lovely wife Robin Light Guiney whom he shared 20 years of marriage before her death in 1996.

He was the son of Robert Paul Guiney Sr. and Mary (Griest) Guiney.

He was a 1962 graduate of Octorara High School.

Bob was known as "dashing," hardworking and strong and he was affectionately known as "Papa Bear" in most recent years.  Bob was a farmer and lifelong resident of Highland Township.  His family ran a steer operation which he loved to share with his family and close friends.  

He is survived by his three children: Heather Guiney of Parkesburg, Robert Paul Guiney III and wife Tammy (Gathercole) of Parkesburg and Meredith Guiney of Parkesburg with fiancee Walter Bowman of Quarryville.

He was so grateful to have seen two grandchildren into the world, Blake and Autumn Bowman.

He is survived by one sister, Linda Rice with husband Jack of Parkesburg and their two children: Lisa (Rice) Rudisill, husband Phil and children Matthew, Adam, David and Michael of Parkesburg and Alan Rice, wife Rhiain and children Harper and Declan of Parkesburg.  

Bob and family were able to continue farming crops in the most recent years with the help of a dear friend, Cliff Stoltzfus and family.

The family would like to thank Tel Hai Skilled Nursing and their loving staff for a great year and for their wonderful care.  They sure loved him.  

The Funeral Service will be held on Wednesday, April 17th at 11 AM at Wilde Funeral Home, 434 Main St., Parkesburg, followed by interment in Glen Run Cemetery of Atglen.  Family and friends are invited to attend the viewing from 9 AM until the time of the service.   

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Bob's memory to Keystone Valley Fire Department, and mailed to 329 W. 1st Ave., Parkesburg, PA 19365

Online condolences can be posted at www.wildefuneralhome.com

Service Date: 
Apr 17 2019 - 11:00am
Service Location: 
Wilde Funeral Home

Condolences

 

 

Dear Linda and Family,

So sorry to hear of Bob's passing.  Barry and I were blessed to know Bob for many years and had many laughs with him.  He sure will be missed by all who knew and loved him.  May the Love  He had for you all, remain in your hearts now and forever.  Also may the Memories of "Papa Bear"bring you Peace and Comfort during this difficult time. ...............RIP, Bob-Dear Friend, will see you again someday.

Our Love and Prayers,

Doris and Barry Aberts

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Heather, Bobby and Family

It was an honor and a privilege knowing your dad. He always brightened my day and made me laugh when he would stop by Stottsville Automotive for his daily cup of coffee. I sure miss his funny jokes and talking about the good old days.

The family is in my thoughts and prayers and I am so very sorry for your loss. He was such a wonderful person.

Miss you Bob,
Love Sue Skiles

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Bob, Tammy and family so sorry to hear about your dad. Your family is in my prayers.

 

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My sincere condolences to the Guineys.Bob was always a good friend to my family.

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Bob, Linda and family,  

My sincere condolences on Bob's passing. He was truly one of a kind. GOD bless.

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So sorry for your loss, I loved seeing your dad in the office he always made me laugh. 

Thoughts and Prayers to the family 

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Knew Bob all my life. His dad and my dad were friends, as were we. Always a big smile and a hearty laugh. Another of the Highland Township Social Club gone. You are my friend and I will never forget you.

My sincere condolences to the whole family.

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Bob was a good friend to my husband, George, and when the two of them were together the laughs were non-stop.  The Bob Guiney stories will last forever and I will always smile when his name is mentioned.  He was a regular customer of mine at Turkey Hill and used to trick me with crazy stunts everyday.  He was the kind of friend you wanted in your corner.  RIP Bob, we all love and will miss you.   

Carol Moyer McGrath

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Linda, Jack, Lisa, Alan, and the rest of your family members: I am so sorry to hear of the passing of Uncle Bobby. What a special man. Many memories of him down at the barn. I can remember stopping with Uncle Frank as a kid and the two uncles would talk farm stuff. My thoughts are with you all during this time.

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his smile, deep laugh, humor will never be forgotten.  So much a part of our family’s life through the years.  He never judged, but was a tender soul who loved and was loved by all who knew him.  Forever lived, forever missed.   My sincere condolences 

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to the family and friends of Bob Guiney,   

Please know that I share your sorrow as we all face the reality that Bob is no longer with us. As Renee’s first husband I had the chance to know and appreciate all that Bob did for his family. He always had a big contagious laugh and always seemed have joy and laughter in his heart. He was by far one of hardest workers around.

Bob is the only extended family member from Renee’s  family I have ever met since our divorce in 1985. I met him at the Turkey Hill in Cockernville. After  sharing a few minutes talking, he said “just because you are divorced from Renee, you are not divorced from my family. Please stop and visit with us anytime”!

Like his father Paul, Bob worked long and hard to produce a productive farm for his family. May you always know that as you continue that tradition, you are continuing their work.

God bless you all,

David Witmer

dlwitmer@hotmail.com

 

 

 

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Dear Heather, Bob, Meredith, Linda, and all the Gang, Sadly, a Legend has left us, and we're all worse off for it. We'll remember Big Bob fondly and keep you all in our prayers. Keep the memories alive. Chuck and Marlies Persch and Family

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Bob, Meredith, and Heather, my deepest condolences to your family. Your dad was a very kind man. I can remember when he and your mom got married. Always had such a good time talking with him. Prayers and thoughts and hugs to you all. 

Eva Parncutt Smith

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My Deepest sympathy to you Linda and all the family. I wish I could be there in person but my thoughts and prayers are with you all. Bob was a very good friend and we had some great and interesting times together, some of which I will leave between Bob and me. Dave Patterson.

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Dear Family: Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers. Bob was a good guy; full of life with a pleasant attitude and a hard worker all his life. From time to time I would check with Linda on how he was coming along. I decided to call him during his stay at the rehabilitation facility. We had a short but inspiring conversation. I didn't realize it was lunch time and apologized for the inconvenience. He didn't seem to mind, or at least I hope he didn't. Prior to going into the facility, Jimmy and I would run into him at the Parkesburg Mobile Station where we would laugh and talk. I'm sure all who know Bob Guiney will surely miss him.
Our thoughts and prayers for peace and comfort are with all of you. (Jimmy & Bonnie Harris-Dickinson)

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We are truly sorry for y’all loss 

And are praying for you 

 

 

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I always enjoyed seeing Bob at the Morano family  gatherings.  Such a sweet man with a huge laugh.  He will be missed.

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I would like to extend our deepest condolences to the entire Family.    Bob was a wonderful man and definitely one of a kind. His good nature and kindness will be missed. So glad to call him friend. He loved his Family and spoke so lovingly of them. I’m sure he will be greatly missed but also sure Robin is glad to have him with her once again. We wish you all peace knowing he is in a better place and may we all remember him and smile.  Ron and Jean Reel and Family.

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I graduated with Bob and always knew him to be a friendly person. A very jovial person who lived life to the fullest. RIP Bob until we meet again. Betty Buckwalter Beard

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