November 16, 1959 – December 2, 2019
Guglielmo, Alfred Traylor passed peacefully into eternal rest on Monday, December 2, 2019. A man of few words, so many opinions, and a fiery passion for those he loved, especially the Fighting Tigers. He had the kind of smile that lit up a room, a contagious laugh, and a booming voice. In spite of his struggles, he was always genuine and true. A life-long Tiger fan who bled purple and gold, he was thrilled for the Tigers’ championship season this year. He will be watching the big games from Heaven smiling ear to ear! He was a great many things to many people who will carry his memory. He will be truly missed. He is preceded in death by his parents Alfred R. and Sharon E. Guglielmo. Traylor is survived by his son, Jacob Joseph Guglielmo of Baton Rouge; his brother John E. Guglielmo (Shannon); two sisters Ann G. Roeling (Van), Ashley G. Holstein (Glenn); nieces and nephews John Ross Guglielmo (Ashlyn), Alwyn G. Fernandez, Nathalie R. Quisenberry (Jonathan), Mary Margaret Roeling, Stewart Alfred Roeling, many close aunts, uncles, cousins and his work family, the caring friends at Lewis Companies who were family to him and to whom we are eternally grateful. Those of us who knew him best saw the best and the not so best, and loved every part. We love you Dad, Brother, Traylor…forever and always. In lieu of flowers the family is asking for donations to the Baton Rouge Chapter of the American Heart Association; 2644 S. Sherwood Forest Blvd.; Baton Rouge, LA 70816 or www2.heart.org tribute donation. Services will be determined at a later date.
December 5, 2019
Rest in peace my friend. Although over the years we grew apart, I am fortunate enough to have many very fond memories, and can hear the booming laughter. My deepest sympathy for you Jacob, Ann, John, Ashley and families. Love and prayers always.
Gay Margaret Landry-Bearb
December 4, 2019
Jacob, I am so sorry to hear abt your Dad’s passing. Praying for you for the strength you will seek in this difficult time.
Love y’all 💖,
The Landry-Bearb Family
December 4, 2019
I will never forget the time I tried to help you change your flat tire in Albertson's Parking Lot. We couldn't get the tire back on because I put the jack in the wrong spot (I'd never changed a tire before haha). We were both drenched in sweat and cursing up a storm but we laughed the entire time. I think we were both thankful for the Good Samaritan that stopped to help us!
Your smile always brightened up my day and I feel so blessed to
have known you!
I hope you know how much you're already missed Traylor. Rest easy buddy!