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Guy George Geary
January 25, 1960 ~ July 24, 2023 (age 63) 63 Years Old
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It is with great sadness we announce the passing of Mr. Guy George Geary, at the Biggar & District Health Centre on July 24, 2023, at the age of 63.
Guy was born to George and Colleen (Haughian) Geary on January 25, 1960. Left to cherish Guy’s memory are dad, George; sisters; Pam (Garth) and family, Melody (Kevin) and family, Dawn and family: Aunt Francis Haughian, Uncle Harvey (Virginia) Haughian and many cousins and friends.
Guy grew up on the family farm south of Landis and even though he spent many years living in Landis, Kindersley and Saskatoon, his heart was always still with the land. There is a saying, “You can take the boy off the farm but you cannot take the farm out of the boy.” That was true for Guy. He was able to enjoy one last ride on the tractor in June, a short trip around the north land. That brought him so much pleasure.
Guy’s first and last jobs were on a farm and most of his career along the way was either farming or farm- related. He spent many years working at the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Farm Service Centre in Kindersley. After that he ran a taxi business in Kindersley. Throughout those years he developed long lasting friendships with many of the farmers and community members in and around Kindersley and in the surrounding areas.
He never forgot a name or personal news that was shared with him. Guy was always so proud to share news of the accomplishments and big life moments of those in his circle.
He was a beloved son, brother, uncle, nephew, cousin and friend. In his younger years, his many trips to Carrot River, Beechy, Eston, Turtleford and Kinuso, usually involved cousin shenanigans. Guy enjoyed his time with family, trips to the cabin at Jackfish Lake and a memorable trip to PEI in 2021. His many nieces and nephews, and great nieces and nephews, were very important to him. The family gathered at the family cabin the first week of July to be with him. It was a cherished family time that brought him joy and peace.
Guy was predeceased by mom, Colleen, and many relatives and friends that have gone before him.
A family service will be held for Guy on Saturday, July 29, 2023 at 2:00 p.m.
The family would like to thank all the health care professionals in Saskatoon and Biggar that were part of his journey. The kindness and care made such a difference.
Memorial donations in Guy’s memory may be directed to the Cancer Foundation of Saskatchewan, www.cancerfoundationofsask.ca or call 844-735-5590.