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Thursday, November 12, 2015

Robert Guido passed from this world to the next on the 10th of November, after defying all of the odds medical science asserted were against him for the previous decade.

He was born in North Tonawanda, NY in 1940 to loving parents Michael and Elizabeth (Amici) Guido. He was born into a huge family made up of Italian immigrants and first-generation Americans that knew what it was to work hard and cherish the American dream.  He grew up surrounded by siblings that each had personalities as big as his, Alfred (Grace Cummings), Theodora (Len Tatford), the late Michael (June Taylor) and John (Debbie Sepielli).

Bob believed deeply in service, and throughout his lifetime, he showed up to serve his country and his community.  First in the United States Army Corps of Engineers, and later in The International Lions Club, The Boy Scouts of America, The Olcott Beach Carousel Park and The Rainbow of Help. All of his boy scouts, children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren would tell you that Bob “never stood so tall as when he stooped to help a child.”

He loved all of his children deeply: the late Robert Jr., Lisa (Len Niehoff), Joe, Gina (Eoin Walsh) and Rob (Cheryl Ward), and grandchildren Francesca Knowles, Joey and Anthony Guido, Jenna and Salvator Guido, JJ and Evan Niehoff, and great-grandchild Jack Whitley.  They can all attest that “growing up Guido” was the best gift anyone could have been given. Above all else, Bob lived to serve his partner in all things; loving, cherishing and honoring his wife Sally Schebell Guido every day of his life until death they did part.

A funeral mass will be held at St. Brendan’s on the Lake (St. Charles Site) in Olcott, NY on the 28th of November, at 10 am.  Later that evening his family will host a joyful celebration of his life at Mariners Landing Restaurant in Olcott, NY, from 5pm to 10pm.

The celebration is open to every single person who would like to come and help celebrate the remarkable life of a remarkable man by celebrating everything that Bob loved most, his wife, family and friends, and Olcott Beach, NY.

Donations in his name should be made to the Olcott Lions Club or the Olcott Fire Company .

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