Dustin Guynn, 1983 ~ 2013
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Dustin Ray Guynn, born Jan. 8, 1983, passed away on Aug.21, 2013, surrounded by close family.

Dustin will be lovingly remembered for his quick wit, compassion and kindness, which he generously bestowed on everyone who crossed his path. He could always be counted on to support those in need, and honored for his devotion to his precious mother, Jill, and wife, Jaime. Dustin accepted Christ into his life as a 6-year-old, and later reaffirmed that faith as an adult.

As a youth he was an accomplished team roper, qualifying multiple years for the AQHYA World Show and also as a money earner. He will be sorely missed by family and friends. 

Dustin is survived by his caring grandmother, Ethel Krist; his daughter, Michelle Lopez; his father, Mark Guynn; his stepmother, Jan Guynn; his half-brother and sister, Luke and Lindsay Guynn; and his paternal grandparent, Jack and Pat Guynn. Dustin was also very fortunate to have many aunts, uncles and cousins who will miss him dearly. 

Dustin was preceded in death by his mother, Jill; and wife, Jaime. 

Donations in lieu of flowers can be made at Wells Fargo Bank to either of two accounts set up to assist with expenses, or towards MS, a cause near and dear to Dustin’s heart.

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