It is with great sadness and heavy hearts that we announce the passing of Patricia (Pat) Guy at the Health Sciences Centre in Winnipeg. Mom peacefully passed away at the age of 75 on the morning of March 8, 2024.

Mom (Pat), is survived by loving Husband of 55 years, Larry Guy; Sons Darren (Aimee), Twins - Kevin (Carrie) and Kyle (Ashley); Grandkids Jesse (Amy), Bryce (Meghan), Delaney (Jordon); Great grandkids August, Kaden and two more on the way; Sisters Margaret (Preceded in passing) (Jim), Sharon (Keith), Charlene (Doug); Brothers John (Preceded in Passing) (Audrey), Brian (Preceded in passing) (Debbie), Wayne, Rodney (Donna), Stewart (Keri); Parents Helen and Gordon Henry (Preceded in passing), Sisters and Brothers-in-Law Donna (Preceded in passing) (Harold), David (Preceded in passing) (Kim), Billy (Leona), Beryleen (Ron), Robin (Rick), Brenda (Dave), Dennis (Preceded in passing), Bradford (Preceded in passing) (Brenda), Vaughn (Delinda); Mother and Father-in law Phyllis and Bill Guy (Preceded in passing) and the many Nieces and Nephews along with all her extended family and friends.

Mom was born April 5, 1948, in Portage la Prairie, MB., raised in Lavenham, MB. She later moved to Portage la Prairie where she went on to get her high school education. Not long after, she met the love of her life, Larry. They married on August 9, 1969. Poplar Point, MB. would soon become home for many years to come, where she would raise her three boys. In later years Mom and Dad retired to Dauphin, MB. before returning to Portage la Prairie to be closer to their grandkids and family.
Mom worked for many years at the Officer's Mess at Southport Base. After it's closure, she worked at various other restaurants.
The most important part of her life was spending time with her family and friends, weekly calls or visits, family gatherings to reunions, mom was always there. Mom was a strong and courageous woman, with a wonderful sense of humour. She had a love for flowers and gardening, camping and other activities over the warm summer months. She also found joy in reading, building puzzles and many small projects that kept her busy and hands on.

Mom, we will miss you so much. You mean so much to us all. We will hold you in our hearts. Your smile will always light up our day. We love you.

A private family ceremony will be held at a later date.

Wojcik's Funeral Chapel and Crematorium of Winnipeg in care of arrangements.