Guy William Fenn

In Memorial

Guy passed away peacefully at Victoria Hospice on August 30, 2019 after a long battle with cancer. He is survived by his wife of 43 years, Margaret; sons, Jeffrey (Sandi) and Peter (Cheryl); his beloved granddaughter, Makena; his mother, Bea; and siblings, Rusty, Lorraine (Bill) and Mike; and of course, his 3 cats whom he adored.

We will all miss his wisdom, kindness and brilliance. He was the guru of everything electronic and helped many people navigate that maze. He will be sadly missed.

A gathering to honour Guy will be held at Days Inn, 229 Gorge Road E. on Saturday, September 14, 2019 from 1-4 pm.

In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the BC Cancer Society or Victoria Hospice.

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  1. Margaret, Jeffrey, Peter and family, I am truly sorry for your loss.

    Guy was a great person to have as a friend and colleague. His approach to life was inspirational to me and I will miss him.


  2. Dear Margaret you said it beautifully. He was the mad scientist, the guru. And how much he loved the road. Finding out new things and inventing. Yes. He will be missed. I send love to you, Jeffrey Peter antheir wives and of course Mackena. Bless you in this difficult time. Sending love Kay

  3. To Margaret and family GuyWas a tremendous work colleague and friend who will be dearly missed Dave

  4. Guy will be missed by everyone who’s lives he touched. He made learning fun and challenges into opportunities. His enthusiasm for electronics was infectious and his love for life and his family shone through brightly. My deepest condolences to his family.

  5. Margaret and Family, my deepest Sympathy for your loss.
    Guy was a great colleague and friend. He had his own unique view of
    life and didn’t mind sharing it. He will be sorely missed.


    • Brenda Gluszczak

      Dear Margaret and family,
      My heartfelt condolences to you all. Sending love to you during this sad time. May you continue to be blessed with happy memories of Guy.

  6. To Margaret and Family,
    Please accept my heartfelt condolences for your loss.
    I had a privilege of working with Guy at Pitney Bowes.
    He was a great resource of knowledge and everyone turned to him for support.
    He always enjoyed his role in helping people who reached out to him.

    My his soul rest in eternal peace

  7. Raymond Greenwood

    Very sorry to hear of Guy passing away. He was a wonderful person to work with when I was in Victoria. Always very helpful and could fix anything and everything he was the serviceman’s best friend

  8. More than a step father. More than a father figure. Guy was my second dad.

    I am thankful for his influence of over 40 years. I wouldnt be the person I am today without him.

    His granddaughter will know him through pictures and stories.

    Dearly loved and dearly missed. Rest in peace, Guy.

  9. Fenn Family
    Please except may sincere condolences. Guy and I worked hand in hand on my projects on customer support issue when I was in Vancouver.I could go on and on but the most important is that he was a kind, helpful, joyful person to work with .
    George Symons

  10. Karen (Francis) DeCarle

    I’m so sorry to hear of Guy’s passing. Blessings to Margaret, Peter, Jeffrey and families. He will be missed and never forgotten.

  11. Dear Margaret and family. Please accept my sympathy on Guy’s passing. He was a kind, gentle friend, and I shall miss him. It was an honor to have known him.

  12. Dear Margaret and family…Guy was such a trooper having survived previous Cancer challenges. He and Larry were both determined to live their lives to the fullest…and they did. Now they are both at peace and together. We are so lucky to each have such wonderful family and friends support to help us move into this next chapter of our lives.

  13. As you guys know, Guy was largely responsible for my early love of computers and electronics. And in general he was just a great mentor and role model. He had a profound impact on my life. Sending my love.

  14. Lorne and Jan Stretch

    Guy was a great friend and will always be remembered and loved for all he was and all he did! Love to you all.

  15. I’m very sad to hear of Guys passing. I was lucky to have worked with him over the years. I always enjoyed his sense of humor about work and life. He will be missed by all that knew him. He may be gone but he will never be forgotten.

  16. My condolences go to Margaret and the rest of the Fenn family on Guy’s passing. Thinking back on him as a childhood friend in Dartmouth, and much later as a family man here in Victoria, I am struck by the curiosity and inventiveness he showed throughout his entire life. I recall one time when Guy invited me and my sister Laura into his man cave in the depths of Fenn Manor. There laid out on benches (and indifferently guarded by a cat) were time pieces, light boxes, display screens, and an assortment of other handmade devices, one of which to my untrained eye appeared to be a quantum-powered waffle maker. All of these inventions were manifestations of his ingenuity and, because he happily gave them away to friends, proof of his good nature.

  17. Margaret and family, my heart felt sympathy to you all, I share your sorrow. For over thirty years Guy was a friend and colleague. Even after he left Pitney Bowes we continued to meet weekly for coffee; a good lasting friendship. Whenever we got together there was always laughter. Guy saw the funny side of life. As others have mentioned, Guy had a positive outlook on life. Hopefully we can all share that as a legacy to our friend. Guy, you will be sorely missed.


  18. Thank you Guy for enriching our lives with your wisdom and friendship. You will be missed more than our words can say.

  19. My condolences to the Fenn family. I did not know Guy personally but did know his father and mother, Bea, from navy diving days in Dartmouth. From all that I’ve read in the condolences, Guy was a respected and much loved man who will be greatly missed by all who knew him. I would like to express personal condolences to his mother, Bea, if she wishes to contact me.

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