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Greenwood Memory Lawn Mortuary & Cemetery

719 North 27th Ave, Phoenix, AZ

OBITUARY

Thelma Lee Guyton

August 29, 1931June 24, 2020

Thelma Lee Guyton was born on August 29, 1931 and passed away on June 24, 2020 and is under the care of Greenwood/Memory Lawn Mortuary.

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Thelma Lee Guyton

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Courtney Johnson

June 29, 2020

My deepest Condolences to the Guyton family for your loss and may the Lord comfort you during this time. Ms. Guyton's smile will be remembered by all.

Wanda Brown

June 28, 2020

On behalf of the Smith, Brown, & McShan families we send our love, comfort and support your way. We all have fond memories of our dear cousin that always said she was our cousin/auntie. May the memories of Babysister give you strength in the days that lie ahead.
Love You All.

Ameka Phillips

June 28, 2020

RIH dear Great-Grandma..

Jenna Graham

June 28, 2020

I remember the first time we spoke. That conversation changed our lives, grandma. I love you and I'll miss you. I'll cherish all my memories of you. Please, give my daddy a kiss.

Connie Brown

June 27, 2020

Cathy, Lee, and the extended Guyton family,
I am sincerely sorry for your loss. Thelma and my mother were the best of friends, and over the years you all became family to Don and Clayra Brown, and me. I always admired Mrs. Guyton's strength as a business -owner, the care she gave her husband, her love and concern for her children and relatives, and the joy she had as a grandmother and great grandmother. She was my mother's Sister-in-Spirit! She will be deeply missed; however, I can only imagine the joyful reunion between her and her beloved Edgar, Ricky, Barbara, Regina, and the many others who passed over the years. I know she and my Mom are catching up and enjoying Mrs. Guyton's famous Red Velvet cake in Heaven.
You all are in my prayers,
Connie Brown