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Jack Guinn, November 22, 1930~February 13, 2017

Guinn1Jack Guinn, 86, of Fayetteville passed away Monday, February 13, 2017 in Fayetteville. He was born November 22, 1930 in Fayetteville to Roy and Vera Ware Guinn.

He was preceded in death by his parents; his wife, Bonnie Guinn; a sister, Wanda Sue Shuler; and a daughter, Sheila Rae Guinn.

Jack was an Army veteran having served in the Korean War and served in the Army National Guard. He worked for SWEPCO for 38 years as a line foreman. He was an avid hunter, loved to fish, liked to travel and enjoyed reading western books.

He is survived by his children, Elizabeth Guinn-Miller and husband, Nathan of Fayetteville, Deborah Shaffer and husband, Scott of Overland Park, KS, Cheryl Hughes and husband, Larry of Hot Springs Village, AR, Brenda Bruce of Fayetteville and Bart Blackwell of Fayetteville; grandchildren, Vera Jean Miller, Morgan Shaffer,  Cameron Shaffer, Coleson Bruce, Maleah Orns and Erin Hughes-Pace; and 3 great-grandchildren.

The family will receive friends from 6-8 P.M. on Friday, February 17, 2017 at Beard’s Chapel. There are no services scheduled at this time.

Donations may be made to the Elkins Senior Center, Meals on Wheels or the American Legion.

Cremation arrangements by Beard’s Chapel.

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    Richard Del Soto » 15. Feb, 2017

    Jack Guinn was a cherished member of the Elkins Senior Center. Since, I started at the Center a couple of years ago, he always made me feel at home. We enjoyed having his company.

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    Sondra Crouch » 15. Feb, 2017

    Guinn Family,
    Sorry to read of Jacks passing. Bucky and I had lots of good times with him when we were all young.

    My best to you,
    Sondra Crouch

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    Gene Dillard » 16. Feb, 2017

    Jack was a wonderful friend. I remember the days working with each other at Swepco.
    We had good times fishing together. I will miss his calls about the St. Louis Cardinals.
    So sorry for your loss.