Robert Ray Guyton Sr.

Robert Guyton, 68, of Bryan, passed away on Wednesday, April 5, 2017, in Bryan. His family will receive guests during visiting hours from 2 pm, until the time of service at 4 on Sunday, April 9, 2017, at the funeral center. Cremation services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Centers Bryan-College Station.

Robert was born to Maurice and Mavis Tyer Guyton in Bryan on Wednesday, May 19, 1948. Immediately following graduation from Stephen F. Austin High Robert joined the United States Navy, proudly serving his country. He married the love of his life Carolyn Ribardo in July of 1967. He was a skilled ironworker and retired after many years. He then began a second career in commercial construction in Bryan and College Station. His love of reading stems from his early childhood; that passion would carry over into his love of fishing and hunting. These outdoor activities were later in his life as he was an honest example of what hard work meant to him while providing for his family. Robert was the most avid Dallas Cowboy football fan you would ever meet.

His parents Maurice and Mavis, his wife of forty-five years Carolyn Ribardo Guyton, and his granddaughter Raven predecease him.

Robert is survived by his son Robert Guyton Jr. and wife Kelli; his daughter Renee Guyton; his grandchildren Marissa, Raylyn, Jesse, Jaylon, Jonica; his two great-grandchildren Cameron and Ava; his brothers David Guyton and wife Sandra, Danny Guyton and wife Jenny, Eddie Guyton, Michael Guyton; his sister Shelly Guyton; along with other relatives and close friends. Honoring their grandfather his grandchildren will serve as Honorary Pallbearers.

Memorial offerings can be made to the VA Administration Office, 1651 Rock Prairie Road, CS, TX 77845 or to Hospice Brazos Valley, 502 West 26th Street, Bryan, Texas 77803 in Memory of Robert Guyton Sr.




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