Linda Sue Guy

September 28, 1942September 9, 2021

Linda Guy, born September 28, 1942, passed away Thursday September 9, 2021 after a long courageous battle with cancer.

She married Norman Guy on June 16, 1963 and they raised 5 children together. A long-time resident of the Sawgrass community, she was responsible for the organization of many Misty Pine Dr. parties, helping with countless Sawgrass social functions as Chair of Social Planning for many years. Linda was responsible for the creation of the Sawgrass Disaster Relief Team. She was an avid golfer, bridge player and painter and will be deeply missed by friends, family and all who knew her.

Linda Weiner Guy is survived by her husband Norman Guy, her sisters Joni Oren and Barbara Friedman, her children Ilene Hills, Michelle Guy, Shaunna Leighton, Randy Guy and David Guy, and her grandchildren Anais Arthur, Madison Guy, Kaila Guy, Jackson Guy, and Collette Guy.

Services for Linda will be held graveside at the Jewish Congregation of Venice (JCV), 600 Auburn Rd, Venice Florida on Monday, September 13, 2021 at 10am.


  • Graveside Service

    Monday, September 13, 2021


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Kathleen Shannon

September 22, 2021

Dear Norm and entire Guy family,
I am deeply saddened to hear about Linda’s passing. Working with her at MLA we always had an adventure and we got our laughs. Loved our afterwork get togethers to have a bite and play cards. Linda was an amazing woman and will be missed. May she Rest In Peace.

Vicki Solomon

September 13, 2021

There was never and will never be a finer woman than Linda. She never had a bad word for anyone and was always there when you needed her. Her smile was so bright and contagious. There was always a sparkle in her eyes from her smile.
Vicki Solomon

Therese Robinson

September 12, 2021

I’m so sorry to hear of your mother’s passing. You all are in my thoughts and prayer.

Maryellen McHale

September 12, 2021

My husband and I met Linda when we first moved to our community. We really knew no one. Linda made a point of introducing herself and welcoming us. That made a great impression. We are grateful for all the efforts Linda put forth to make and keep our community active. She truly was a lovely lady!

Teri Ostroviak

September 12, 2021

Linda was one of the kindest and giving people that I have had the pleasure to meet. Always a smile and happy to share a fun happening with all who asked. She touched so many people with her community work while here at Sawgrass. She was one in a million and I am a better person for just knowing her.

Gail Clayman

September 11, 2021

Barry an I are so very sorry for your loss. May Linda’s memory be a blessing. We shared some wonderful times with Norman and Linda in Sharon. Gail and Barry Clayman

Carolyn Weeks

September 11, 2021

Linda always had a bright smile and a kind word.
Condolences to Norm, Michelle and the whole family. She will be missed.