Guy L. Alspaugh, 85, longtime resident of Warsaw, died surrounded by his family Monday, Dec. 19, 2022.
Born May 22, 1937, in Silver Lake, Guy was the son of Alvin and Lulu Alspaugh (Grube). He was a 1955 graduate of Warsaw Community High School. After high school, in 1956, he joined the United States Marine Corps. On Jan. 5, 1957, he was united in marriage to Nancy VandeWater in Auburn. The two have shared 65 years together.
Professionally, Guy owned his own his own businesses. He first owned Claypool Aluminum Products, then Guy’s Bending Fixtures. He owned the business from 1970 until his retirement in 2010. He was truly a hardworking man.
Guy was well-liked by everyone and never met a stranger. Along with his friends, he loved spending time with his family. Guy had a passion for collecting antique tractors, especially Minneapolis Moline tractors. He enjoyed flying airplanes, owning one of his own in the past. He was a member of the Mentone Flying Club. Being the adventurous guy he was, and due to his love of planes, Guy also went skydiving several times throughout his life.
Along with his wife Nancy, those who survive include his three sons, Eric (Karen) Alspaugh, Tim (Tina) Alspaugh and Andy (Jennifer) Alspaugh; grandchildren, Nate (Sheree) Alspaugh, Nicole Gordon, Benjamin Alspaugh, Jacob (Christine) Alspaugh, Clint (Sarah) Harris, Luke Harris, Joseph Alspaugh and Olivia Alspaugh; great-grandchildren, Alexander, Tecumseh and Spartacus; and siblings, Mary (Scott) Wolfe, John (Judy) Alspaugh, Esther (Jerry) Tucker and Naomi Lintow. He is further survived by many extended family members and friends. He is preceded in death by his parents; sisters, Ina Oney and Coraethel McConnell; and brother, Ivan Alspaugh.
Titus Funeral Home and Cremation Services is entrusted with Guy’s care. Friends may join his family from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 28, 2022, at the funeral home, 2000 Sheridan St., Warsaw. The Life Celebration service will begin at 1 p.m. Guy will be laid to rest immediately following the service at Oakwood Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, memorial gifts are appreciated to the Kosciusko Homecare and Hospice. To leave a condolence or send flowers, please visit www.TitusFuneralHome.com