The Celebration of Life for Guy Snarr will be broadcast on Saturday, April 10, 2021 beginning at 11:00 AM MDT. Due to current circumstances and health guidelines, attendance at the service in the funeral home is limited to 150 people. Those unable to attend in person are invited to watch the services via the webcast below.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nGuy Snarr passed away on Monday, March 22, 2021 due to injuries sustained in an automobile accident. He was born on April 16,1943 in Salt Lake City, Utah to Evelyn Louise Hemmert Snarr and Kenny Huish Snarr. His name at birth was Kenneth but within a short time changed to Guy. When his dad would hold him and call him “such a cute little guy” his older sister Bonnie instantly started calling him Guy and the name stuck.\r\nGuy spent his childhood into early adulthood in Salt Lake with his three sisters Bonnie, Sandra, and Pam, along with many cousins and lifelong friends. It was these childhood and early adulthood years that Guy, his cousins, and friends made their mark on the Salt Lake Valley. He attended South High School and shortly after married Linda Miller and had his first child, Mindy Caldwell.\r\nGuy later married his sweetheart Terry McCarol/Snarr and had two boys, Travis and Brandon. Guy and Terry had many wonderful years enjoying each other’s families along with starting one of their own. Most of these years were spent living in their Taylorsville home that Guy built with the help of his amazing friends. As a family they spent their time working, camping, fishing, attending the boys’ sports, and vacationing.\r\nGuy spent many years doing cement work and then transitioned into employment at Yellow Freight, where once again he made many lifelong friends. It was during these years that on his free time he ventured into the car business with Auto Trend Motors. This became his fulltime passion after retirement from Yellow Freight and kept him busy until his final days.\r\nHis last five years were spent with his love Linda Campbell and her wonderful family. Guy and Linda loved and cared for each other deeply, it was because of this love that he fit into her family instantly and made a great impact on them all (Chad and Tammy Campbell, Orson and Amber Ludvigson, Jared and Amanda Anderson, and many grandchildren).\r\nGuy had a close relationship with his son Brandon. They talked every day. Both had a passion for fishing and spent countless weekends in Kamas together. Guy loved and adored his daughter-in-law Heidi and over the years a very special bond was created between these two. It may have been partly due to her giving him his pride and joy-his two grandson’s Camden and Ashton. The bond between Grandpa Guy and Camden and Ashton was a joy to watch- time spent fishing, camping, late nights by the fire cooking their fresh caught fish, too many Mexican dinners to count, and the constant joking and games. Grandpa Guy rarely missed any of the boys sporting events. \r\nGuy’s life was forever changed by the untimely passing of his son Travis in 1993. We find comfort and are rejoicing in the thought of them being reunited again. His two favorite spots were Kamas and Beaver Dam, Arizona. We are forever grateful that he was able to spend so much free time in both places. \r\nGuy made friends everywhere he went. He loved his friends and if you were lucky enough to meet him you probably were the recipient of his strong hug and a kiss on the cheek with the words “love you”. THANK YOU to each and every one of you that were a part of his life and loved him without limits. He will be missed by so many!\r\nGuy is survived by: his kids Brandon and Heidi and two grandsons Camden and Ashton, daughter Mindy Caldwell, sisters: Bonnie Hubbard, Pam Dow, Sandra (Deleon) Slade, and Sherrie (Gary) Vanek, Ex-wife Terry Snarr, sister-in-law Jeryne Webb and many, many cherished nieces, nephews and close friends.\r\nProceeded in death by: his son Travis Snarr, mother Evelyn Snarr, father Kenny Snarr, mother-in-law Wilma Searle and father-in-law Chick Searle, brothers-in-law Dean Dow, Louis Parker, John Hubbard and Allen Barlow.\r\nA celebration of life will be held on Saturday, April 10, 2021 at 11:00 am at Jenkins-Soffe South Valley, 1007 W. South Jordan Parkway, South Jordan, Utah, with a visitation from 9:00-10:45 am. A memorial marker will be placed at Elysian Burial Gardens in Salt Lake City next to his son Travis.