Hunter Dean Guess Sr.
February 4, 1935 - February 7, 2022
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Hunter Dean Guess, Sr (also known as Skip) of Chesapeake, VA went home to be with his Lord and Savior on February 7, 2022 at age 87 (1935-2022). He leaves behind his wife of thirty six years, Carol Guess, and three adult children: Larry Guess (Antoinette) of Avon, NC; Hunter Guess Jr, of Wilmington, NC;…

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Ron Atkinson left a message on March 4, 2022:
Carol, the story you crafted of Hunter was simply epic and befitting to him. I felt like He is a man, husband, father, grandfather, a son of God I hope to be when I finish my race. To you Sis ever glowing with eloquence and transparency of valor be peace and angelic comfort. May the God of all kindness and rest give you a rest from the
Bob Guess left a message on February 28, 2022:
RIP dear cousin
Faye Guess Ansell left a message on February 27, 2022:
Carol, Skip and I were the same age and have memories of our Guess grandparents. My Dad was Uncle Herberts younger brother Lynwood. Remember Skip living with them. He was always such a happy face. He went on to make the world a better place. Bobby told me how you gave your all during his illness. Love to the family and especially to June who I have not seen in sometime. So sorry for your loss. Much love to all.
Ron Atkinson left a message on February 27, 2022:
Carol, the story you crafted of Hunter was simply epic and befitting to him. I felt like He is a man, husband, father, grandfather, a son of God I hope to be when I finish my race. To you Sis ever glowing with eloquence and transparency of valor be peace and angelic comfort. May the God of all kindness and rest give you a rest from Hunter’s celebration preparation. Love Ron
Don & Robin Bresnahan left a message on February 26, 2022:
Our whole family has always loved Hunter from the very first time we met Carole and Hunter at a New Life Cell Group over 30 years ago. Our two boys grew up knowing that Hunter always had something for them in his pocket. He was continually upbeat, loving, and positive, at church events, mission trips, and was helpful to anyone in need. We are sorry to see him pass, but know that he finally is free of the suffering and shackles of his damaged and aging body and mind. Attached is a fuzzy photo of him in 1998 at a Dad & Boys Camp-out, as usual, surrounded by the younger generation.
Peace of mind is a call away. We’re here when you need us most.
Bob Guess left a message on February 16, 2022:
RIP dear cousin Skippy.
Cremation Society of Virginia left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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