GUYMER, Gary, LCdr, Sea Log

GuymerGary passed away suddenly on 24 October, at the age of 55.  Beloved husband of Bronwynn “Bryn” and loving father to Gregory, Gaelen and Ainsley.

Gary will be remembered by all those with whom he served over his 31-year military career as a Sea Logistics officer.

Friends may pay respects at the Capital Funeral Home and Cemetery, 3700 Prince of Wales Drive, 613-692-1211, Friday, November 1, 2019 after 12 noon.  A Celebration of Gary’s Life will follow in the Chapel at 2 p.m. To honour Gary, those attending the service are encouraged to wear their running shoes in memory of his avid love of running, the times when he felt most at peace.

In memorial donations to the Wounded Warriors Canada are appreciated.  Condolences and Sharing Memories at www.capitalmemorial.ca.


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