Paul F. Guy
Paul was born in Detroit, MI and raised in the Cleveland area. He attended the University of Michigan where he earned both undergraduate and graduate degrees, and was a proud member of the Delta Tau Delta Fraternity. Following graduation he was married and after briefly serving in the Army, he began his 34-year career at Ford Motor Company.
He was proud of the work he did as an executive with Ford, and was instrumental in introducing robotics within the automotive industry. Additional accomplishments included initiating Quality Management practices for Ford worldwide, and subsequently becoming a Malcolm Baldridge Quality Award Examiner.
Paul retired and moved to the Northwest in the early 90‚Äôs where he started a second career as a commercial real estate appraiser. Paul was an avid outdoorsman and enjoyed skiing, hiking, kayaking, scuba diving, golf, tennis, and sailing. Additionally, he enjoyed researching his family genealogy, which entailed numerous trips to Europe.
He served on the board of The United Way, was a member of the Lakewood Rotary Club where he was a Paul Harris Fellow, and the Lakewood Racket Club.
The last 10 years of his life were filled with Rotary ski trips, Roadster Romps, ballroom dance classes, USTA tennis matches, and time spent with Cindy at their Packwood cottage/cabin. Paul‚Äôs family and friends were the center of his life.
Paul is survived by: his loving soul mate Cindy Thompson and her daughter Christine Buckley; his sisters: Carol (Weldon) Minchew and Gloria (Walter) Yaworsky; his six children: Julie Menard, John (Kathy) Guy, Jane McFadden, Jim (Lovey) Guy, Joanna Whitt, Jennifer (Chris) Hartwig, his adopted son Steve (Angie) Guy; his 15 grandchildren: Katie and Paul Menard, Matthew and Steven Guy, Max and Sam McFadden, Zach and Sommer Guy, Stephanie, Samantha, Madison and Lily Whitt, Molly Lutz, Garrett and Rachel Hartwig.
A celebration of Paul‚Äôs life will be held Sunday, Feb 22nd at 11am in the Mountain View Celebration of Life Center.
Donations may be made to the Lakewood Community Foundation, c/o Tom Sadler, 5127 112th St SW, Lakewood, Washington 98499.
Arrangements by Mountain View Funeral Home. 584-0252. Please sign online guestbook at www.mountainviewtacoma.com.
Lucena Mariano Munar passed away peacefully on Friday, February 13, 2009. She was born in Cuyapo, Nueva Ecija, Philippines on October 14, 1931. She arrived to the U.S. in July 1984 and resided in Lakewood. She enjoyed gardening, was an excellent seamstress, and a loyal member of the Iglesia Ni Cristo. She is survived by daughters: Maurita & Corazon, and sons: Jimmy & Reynaldo. She is also survived by her best friend, whom she considered as a sister, Ruby. She had 4 grandchildren Melgene, Ronnel, J.J., and Natasha. All services will be held at Mountain View Funeral Home in Lakewood. Viewing: February 20 & 21 @ 5pm-7pm. Memorial & Interment: February 22 @ 2pm at The Celebration of Life Center.
Lester L. Steinhausen 7/30/1924 – 2/16/2009 Wife Barbara, married 63 years. Son Richard (Devon), daughter Noreen (Dan) Marzano, 4 grandchildren, 3 great-grandchildren. World War IIENavy veteran. Retired from E.I. DuPont DeNemour, Simpson Plastic Pipe, volunteer for Midland Fire Dept., member of East Side Christian Church. The family wants to thank the staff of Heartwood Extended Care for their care of Lester. In lieu of flowers, memorials to East Side Christian Church. Memorial on Saturday, Fe. 21, 2009, 2pm at East Side Christian Church, 58th & McKinley.
David H. (Hagan) Wolfe On February 15th 2009, with his mother, father, sister and brother at his side, our beautiful David closed his eyes and went home to Our Lord. Services will be held Friday 2pm February 20th 2009 at Mountain View Valley Chapel. Graveside service and reception following. For a full Obituary w/photo’s Visit www.mountainviewtacoma.com
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