George Leon Guinn

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George Guinn, 75, a resident of Muskogee, Oklahoma passed away on Monday, January 21, 2019, at his home. He was born in Cherokee County, Oklahoma to Arthur L. Guinn and Josephine Guinn (Bishop). He was the 10th child of 12 children. George grew up in Fort Gibson, Oklahoma. He attended school and graduated from Fort Gibson High School.
He married the love of his life Vivian Eileen Guinn (Sells), spending more than 55 memorable years together. From this union 2 sons were born, who were the light of Georges life. One of Georges many talents was playing the guitar. He traveled to many places with his family on his guitar playing adventures. For 30 years George owned and operated a used car dealership where he loved meeting new people every day.
George is preceded in death by his parents, Arthur L. Guinn and Josephine Guinn (Bishop); 6 brothers, Jay, Junior, Dale, Donald, Fred, and Paul; 4 sisters, Delores Garner, Maggie Gates, Kalelau Scott, and Wilma Owens.
He is survived by his wife, Vivian Eileen Guinn (Sells); sons Randall Guinn and wife Lynette of Carefree, AZ, son Stephen and wife Francis of Muskogee, OK; grand-daughter, Lacey Guinn of Fort Gibson; brother, Bob Guinn and wife Mary of Mitchell, NE; step grandsons, Ryan Cull, Mike Zuniga, and Isaac Esparza; as well as a host of nieces and nephews, and all his musician brothers.
George said, See you on the other side for a heck of a jam session!
There will be no funeral or memorial services held.
Cremation services provided by Cornerstone Funeral Home, 1830 N. York St, Muskogee, OK. Condolences may be sent to the family online at www.cornerstoneofmuskogee.com.
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Published on January 24, 2019
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