OBITUARY

Paul V. Guido

June 27, 1923July 3, 2019
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Paul Guido was born and raised in New York City. Upon graduation from the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering, he served in a combat infantry unit of the United States Army during World War II. When the war ended, Paul worked as a mechanical engineer, then joined Foster Wheeler in 1957 as a Staff Engineer. After various supervisory and managerial positions, Paul was appointed Director of Staff Operations in the Equipment Department, a position he held until his retirement in 1986. Paul was a licensed Professional Engineer in New York and California, a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and Instrument Society of America. Paul was the author of several technical articles and held several domestic patents.

Paul died peacefully at the Pines at Whiting. He was predeceased by his beloved wife Betty, his mother Mary, his father Vincent, his brother Sebastian (Benny), and his sister Connie. He is survived by his nieces, MaryAnne Guido Freeland and Kathy Moran Abbott and their respective families, and many other dear nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Family and Friends are invited to the visitation on Friday July 5, 2019 from 2-6 pm. A funeral service is to begin at 4:30 pm. Entombment will be at St. Raymond’s Cemetery in the Bronx on Saturday July 6, 2019 at 11:30 am.

  • FAMILY

  • Bertha "Betty" Guido, Wife
  • Mary Guido, Mother
  • Vincent Guido, Father
  • Sebastian "Benny" Guido, Brother
  • Connie Guido, Sister
  • MaryAnne Guido Freeland, Niece
  • Kathy Moran Abbott, Niece
  • Paul is also survived MaryAne and Kathy's respective families, and many other dear nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Services

  • Visitation Friday, July 5, 2019
  • Entombment Saturday, July 6, 2019

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Jessica F

July 18, 2019

Dear Uncle Paulie,

Thank you for all the happy memories throughout the years and for all the knowledge, laughter, love, and encouragement. We all miss you very much, and we'll miss talking with you every day. Say "Hi" to the best of them for us--the Christmas parties will be just the way they always were now.

All my love,
Jessica

MARYANNE GUIDO FREELAND

July 10, 2019

TO MY DEAR UNCLE PAULIE,

I WILL MISS YOU SO VERY MUCH. I AM SO VERY GRATEFUL TO YOU FOR ALL OF OUR BEAUTIFUL AND VERY HAPPY FAMILY TIMES AND MEMORIES THAT WE SHARE. I WILL CHERISH EACH AND EVERY ONE OF THEM FOREVER. THANK YOU FOR BEING SUCH A CLOSE UNCLE TO ME ALL OF MY LIFE. YOU TAUGHT ME SO MUCH. THANK YOU, UNCLE PAULIE, FOR ALWAYS BEING THERE FOR ME AND FOR BEING A WONDERFUL, LOVING, AND VERY CARING GODFATHER TO ME. ALSO FOR BEING SO LOVING AND CARING TO STEPHANIE AND JESSICA ALL THROUGH THE YEARS. I WILL MISS ALL OF OUR DAILY PHONE CALLS, VISITS, AND TALKING TO YOU EVERY DAY. I WILL MISS HEARING YOUR VOICE, AND HOW YOU MADE ME LAUGH AS YOU TOLD ME ALL ABOUT THE OLD “GUIDO” FAMILY STORIES, ESPECIALLY ABOUT MY DADDY. I LOVE THEM ALL. UNCLE PAULIE, YOU AND UNCLE JIMMY WERE DEFINITELY “THE LAST OF THE MOHICANS,” AND THE BEST UNCLES IN THE WHOLE WORLD. I WOULD GET SUCH A KICK OUT OF WATCHING AND LISTENING TO THE TWO OF YOU AT ALL OF OUR FAMILY OCCASIONS.

I LOVE YOU, AND WILL MISS YOU ALWAYS AND FOREVER, BUT I KNOW THAT YOU ARE NOW IN HEAVEN WITH ALL OF THE REST OF OUR BEAUTIFUL AND WONDERFUL FAMILY.

THANK YOU FOR EVERYTHING, UNCLE PAULIE.

UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN.

LOVE ALWAYS,

MARYANNE
XOXOX

Kenneth Freeland

July 9, 2019

Uncle Paulie,

You are truly a gentleman in every sense of the word. You have been a wonderful uncle to MaryAnne and me. I will miss our conversations ranging from politics, business, finance, life in general, and, your Giants vs. my Jets. You have always been a great source of advice and counsel! Until we meet again,

Love
Kenny

Stephanie Freeland

July 7, 2019

I love you Uncle Paulie. Thank you for so many wonderful, happy memories through the years. I will miss you very much.

Lisa MacArthur

July 4, 2019

My sincere sympathy for the loss of a great man. Uncle Paul will be so missed. I remember Uncle Paul and Aunt Betty visiting us every summer and he was the kindest person. He and Betty shared a very loving relationship. It's comforting to know that they will be once again reunited in heaven.

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