Matthew Guin

Hamilton County

Matthew Allen (Matt) Guin went to be with his Lord Wednesday, May 1, 2013. He was a bright light that will be missed by many in Monteagle, Chattanooga and Atlanta areas. Born Dec. 22, 1984 at Grady Hospital in Atlanta, Ga., Matt leaves behind his father and mother Gene and Terry Guin in Hixson; his brother, Trey, Pikeville, Tenn.; As well as his loving fiance, Angie Nelson and daughters, Destiny, Samantha, and Devin, who he picked up everyday after work asking her for a hug and a kiss and if she knew how big she was getting. Also left is his paternal grandmother, Hazel Guin in West Memphis, Ark.; as well as his maternal grandmother, Terry McCallister (Bill), his maternal grandfather, Ton Corn (Linda), his aunt Pat Rodgers, of Munford, Tenn.; his uncle, David Corn (Sheila), of Loganville, Ga.; as well as many cousins on both sides of his family.He also leaves his closest friend, Kyle Sanders in Kennesaw, Ga. along with so many friends he made along the way, especially his close friends L, Amber, Big Matt, Shandon, and Emily.A memorial service was held Sunday, May 5, at the Freedom Worship Center, 11150 Dayton Blvd., Soddy Daisy, TN 37370. In lieu of flowers the family request that memorials be made to the Freedom Worship Center Building Fund at the above address.The family would also like to thank Karen and Bob Burge and Pastor Mike Battles for their help and support through this."Go with God, son and remember how much we loved you. Remember the ball fields, Six Flags and all the things we shared through your life. Remember Ft. Knox, and trips to West Memphis, but always remember how much you were loved and how much you will be missed. Vaya Con Dios!On line condolences may be made at Arrangements are by Cumberland Funeral Home, Monteagle, Tennessee.

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