Michael Lee Guyton

Michael Lee Guyton
August 28, 1964 – March 14, 2018

Mike Guyton, 53, of Bryan, passed away on Wednesday, March 14, 2018, in Bryan. A visitation will begin at 10am, Friday, March 16, and a memorial service at 11am, at Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers Bryan-College Station.

Mike’s parents are, the late, Maurice and Mavis Tyler Guyton of Bryan. He was born in Bryan and lived his life to the fullest with family and friends. Mike enjoyed his fishing trips especially those to Gibbons Creek. He very much enjoyed the outdoors fishing and spending time with his family. Mike was a crafts man building things as he could one piece at a time. He was a good mechanic to help others out with their vehicles. He especially, liked to teach Daylan, his grandson, how to work on cars. Mike so loved his grandchildren that he had his tool bags ready whenever they would call needing help with car repairs. Mike spent many hours working on his vehicles to keep them in mint condition especially his old Chevy Truck. Mike was employed with Lloyd Joyce Agriculture Services and was thankful for the incredible working relationship shared these past years. Mike’s family is thankful to Mr. Lloyd Joyce for reaching out to Mike as a second father to him. Mike’s life was made complete by the birth of his two grandchildren Daylan and Allie. His whole world surrounded these two and his heart was so full of joy when they would visit.

His parents, and his brother, Ray Guyton, precede him in death.

Mike is survived by his daughter and son-in-law, Tiffany and Andrew Velasquez; his grandchildren Daylan and Allie; his sister Shelly Guyton; his brothers David and wife Sandra, Danny and wife Jenny, Eddie and very close friend Roberta Williams; his cousins; his nephews and nieces; and close friends.

 

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  1. We are so so sorry to hear of Mike’s passing. The family is in our thoughts and prayers.

    Robin & Bobby Penicka

  2. OMG.. My deepest Condolences to the Guyton Family. I’m so sad to see this about Michael.
    Margie Schulz-Hodges

  3. MIKE GUYTON MY BEST FREIND WHEN WE WAS KIDS. MIKE ILL NEVER FORGET YOU I THINK ABOUT YOU OFTEN OF ALL THE GOOD TIMES WE HAD AND THE CRAZY THINGS WE DID AS KIDS. RABBIT LANE WE WENT DOWN THAT ROAD ALOT OF TIMES AND ALWAYS MADE IT BACK HOME SAFE. MIKE WAS A VERY VERY MUCH GIVING PERSON HE THAUGHT ABOUT OTHER PEOPLE NOT JUST HIS SELF HE WOULD GIVE AND GIVE AND GIVE. MIKE IM GOING TO MISS YOU MY FRIEND THANK YOU FOR ALL THAT YOU DID FOR ME AS A FRIEND AND AS A KID WE HAD SO MUCH FUN TOGEATHER AND IM GOING TO MISS YOU. I THINK MIKE MUST OF HAD 10 TO 15 DIFFERENT VEHICALS WHEN WE WAS KIDS HE WOULD ALWAYS GET WHAT HE ASK FOR AND THEN HE WOULD SHARE IT WITH ME THANK YOU THANK YOU THANK YOU. THE ONE TRUCK THAT STANDS OUT TO ME THAT I REMEMBER THE MOST WAS A 79 MODEL FORD TRUCK THAT HAD A 460 IN IT AND IT WAS SO FAST ONE DAY I WILL HAVE ONE JUST LIKE THAT IN REMEMBERENCE OF MY FRIEND MIKE GUYTON THANK YOU MIKE GUYTON FOR BEING MY BEST FRIEND WHEN WE WAS KIDS. I THINK WE MUST HAVE WENT AROUND THE WORLD A COUPLE OF TIMES TOGEATHER AND MIKE ALWAYS TOOK CARE OF THE COST THANK YOU MIKE GUYTON FOR EVERYTHING AND BEING MY BEST FRIEND WHEN YOU DIDNT HAVE TO THANKS AND SEE YOU ON THE OTHER SIDE LOVE YOU BROTHER AND YOU WILL BE MISSED. RODNEY HUNT

    • I think my brother knew him too. Rest in peace Mike you were cherished here on Earth and will be forever happy with our Lord!

  4. My heart breaks at the news of Mike’s passing. My deepest sympathies to his family. May God’s love comfort you all.

  5. Our deepest sympathy on your loss. Though I did not know Michael, we did know and care for the rest of the Guyton family. Our prayers are for uplifting, comfort and peace. Again, we are very sorry for your family’s loss of Michael.
    Formerly Linda Price & family.

  6. Mike Guyton my kids loved you like a brother. You were always such a happy person. You will be forever missed by your family and friends.
    Prayers for the family, so sorry.

    Mary Hunt

  7. So sad to hear this about such a good friend. As Rodney said, we too had some great times back in the day. I remember when we first started driving, he’d talk Mrs. Guyton in to letting him drive her ol’ station wagon and we spun out around every corner we came to down the back then rural Old Hearne Rd. When we were younger he didn’t want for much, Mom always made sure he got what he wanted.. heck, for his first vehicle he gets an orange 1968 firebird and then on to a Trans-am! And yes… Rabbit lane was a proving ground back when life was simple. Man did we have some crazy good times. I’ve been trying to get back there to see my ol’ buddy for several years now, life just goes on too fast but I will see him again no doubt. Shelly, Eddie, David and Danny I’m sorry ur loss. 🙁 RIP ol’ friend.

  8. Mike was a awesome friend and person. His family and mine have known each other for years. My dad Gus wager Jr thought highly of him and that’s a plus if you do that lol. I’ve known him for 30 plus years and have been honored. Love you fly high angel. My heart goes out to the family

  9. I am sorry to hear of Mikes passing. We lived in the same neighborhood and he was a wonderful friend who always cared about people. May he rest in peace and for the days ahead I pray strength and comfort over his family and friends.

  10. So sorry to hear of our dear friend Mike we have known each other so very long. Thanks for all the years of friendship you will be greatly missed

    • So sorry to hear of the passing of our dear friend Mike we have known each other so very long. Thanks for all the years of friendship you will be greatly missed

  11. My deepest condolences to the Guyton family and all of Mike’s loved ones. Prayers for peace and comfort to be with you all. May Mike’s soul rest in sweet peace.

  12. Mike Guyton was an amazing person he was very kind n always willing to lend a helping hand even during times when he could use help himself he was willing to help anyway Mike will be missed very much I learned very much from Mike he taught me to not be concerned with what others thought of me and he was a very hard worker just like the rest of his family IAM more than sure that Mike is with our precious saviour now smiling n laughing with his mom dad n brother Ray he will for sure be missed Amen

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