Guy passed away peacefully at RJH with brothers Brian and Murray by his side. Predeceased by his father Melvin, Mother Barbara, survived by his brothers Brian (Gail), Murray (Tracey) and nephews Cody and Tavis. Guy enjoyed the visits from his dear friend Paul Byrne and all of his cousins while he was in the hospital.
Guy enjoyed his career with Chew Contracting as an equipment operator digging up the streets of the Victoria area.
Guy had a passion and creative mind for Lego. He would build Castles of 30,000 pieces with no plans just a vision (as per photo). He also had a love for building and customizing RC Cars and Trucks with his good friends Brendan and Ryan from BC Shaver and Hobbies.
To ALL the Doctors and Nurses at RJH and BC Cancer Thank You So Much for looking after him.
No service by request. All family and friends are welcome at Guy’s internment at Royal Oak Burial Park 4673 Falaise Drive, Victoria, BC, on March 23, 2023, at 2.00 pm.
In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Children’s Health Foundation of Vancouver Island.
Condolences may be offered to the family below.
Bob and Fran Fisher
We send our condolences to Murry/Tracey, Brian/Gayle, Guy’s nephews Cody and Tavis, and to all Guy’s relatives and friends. Always loved viewing his lego masterpieces and other works of art, he had amazing talent and was a much loved nephew. Rest in Peace Guy.
Guy was a helluva man. It was always so interesting and awe inspiring to see what he made every four years when I was growing up. He had a great way of viewing the world/life and I appreciated every bit of it. There’ll be a hole left behind him that only Guy himself could backfill.
Brendan and everyone at BC Hobbies
All of us at BC Hobbies will miss Guy a lot! He was a great friend to all of us at the RC counter. He was one of the kindest people I’ve ever had the pleasure of knowing.
Rest easy my friend, we think of you often.
Brendan and your friends at BC (Shaver &) Hobbies
Guy was a a great lad. He will be badly and sadly missed by all who knew him. He had a great sense of humour and we had many a good laugh about numerous things. The trenches in the city of Victoria and surrounding suburbs will never be dug as good as Guy Rimmer could do them. He knew his job like no other operator I ever worked with. We send our sincere condolences to all Guys family and friends. Rest easy old mate. And we’ll catch you in the next cartoon.