OLD TOWN AND MERCER - Mark Allen Guay,54, passed away unexpectedly on June 2, 2015. He was born February 17, 1961 in Bangor a son of Ralph J and Donna M. (Pinkham) Guay.
Mark was a 1979 graduate of Old Town High School. Mark was an avid outdoorsman and enjoyed all aspects of hunting, fishing, snowmobiling and spending time in his boat on the lake. He enjoyed gatherings at his home on the lake with his family. He adored spending time with his grandchildren and he especially cherished his boating and fishing trips with Keegen (otherwise known as Boop). He was Patriots fan through and through. He was a devoted friend to many and took pleasure in entertaining at the lake. He always looked forward to his Sundays with Lisa. It was "their" day to be alone and spend quality time together. His family was always #1 to him. He served in the United States Marine Corp from 1979-1985. He was employed at Richard Carrier Trucking for 4 years.
He is survived by "the love of his life," Lisa, of Mercer, his parents, Ralph and Donna Guay of Old Orchard Beach, a sister and brother-in-law, Robert and Michelle Bouthot of Old Orchard Beach, a brother and sister-in-law, Stephen and Kimberly Guay of Wakefield, MA. He also leaves behind step children, Ashley and Jay of Skowhegan, Amy and Ryan of Webster, Joshua and Casey of Medway. Grandchildren Keegan, Chase, Gavin, McKenna, Austin, Jaxson and Judson. He also leaves behind several nieces and nephews he held as precious treasures. Mindy and Mike Markowski of Davenport, FL. Joshua Scott, Katie Scott, and Bradford Bouthot of Old Orchard Beach. Alex Guay, Madison Guay, and Hannah Guay of Wakefield, MA. Last but certainly not least, his dog Ellie-Mae and his rabbit, Ruby.
God must have needed a Marine and now He has the best.
A funeral service will be conducted 1PM Wednesday June 10, 2015 at Birmingham Funeral Home 438 Main St. Old Town, where friends may call 11AM-1PM. A celebration of life reception will follow with an outdoor BBQ. Guests are invited to wear "Patriots" attire during the BBQ to celebrate Mark's life the way Mark would want us too. In lieu of flowers, the family request donations be made to The Wounded Warriors Project P.O. Box 758517, Topeka, Kansas 66675 www.woundedwarriorproject.org
Published on  June 4, 2015