Tribute To Daniel Beck Guion – 10.27.1915 – 2.15.1997

Daniel Beck Guion, 2nd son of Alfred Duryee and Arla Mary (Peabody) Guion, was born in Mount Vernon, New York on October 27, 1915. The following is the story of his life  in pictures.

DBG - Daniel and Arla Mary Peabody Guion - 1915

Arla Mary (Peabody) Guion with Dan, 1916

ADG - holding Dan, Arla Peabody Guion with Lad in her lap - 1917

Alfred Duryee Guion holding Dan, Arla (Peabody) Guion with Lad

APG - Lad and Dan - Larchmont, NY - June, 1918

Lad and Dan in Larchmont Gardens, New York

Arla Mary Peabody Guion and children - Dan, Lad, Ced, Dick, and Biss at the Trumbull house

Arla Mary (Peabody) Guion and children – Dan, Lad, Ced, Dick, and Biss at the Trumbull house, 1922

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Dan (upper left) with siblings in Trumbull

Slice of Life Photo #6

Dan (far left) with siblings on porch in Trumbull

Dan Guion, 1934

Dan Guion, 1934

DBG - Dan's Self Portrait - 1939 - Cropped again (2)

Dan, self-portrait

Daniel Beck Guion

Daniel Beck Guion 1938

DBG - Dan in Venezuela with peaked cap - alone - 1940

Dan in Venezuela, 1939

Biss - with Butch and family - 1940

Dan, 1940

Dan in white jacket in Alaska

Dan in Alaska, winter of 1940-41

Dan-uniform (2)

Dan, in France, 1945

Daniel & Paulette's wedding - 1945

Dan and Paulette’s wedding, Calais, France, 1945

Daniel Guion on the job in Venezuela - 1939

Dan in France, 1944-1946

Dan and Chiche - June, 1980

Dan and Paulette Guion, 1980

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7 thoughts on “Tribute To Daniel Beck Guion – 10.27.1915 – 2.15.1997

  1. Mrs. P says:

    What a wonderful tribute. It is so nice seeing all the years in progression and in seeing some of the younger years of Arla as a mother.

  2. Arla says:

    Today would have been Dad’s 100th birthday. Thank you for the picture story. Miss him as always!

    • jaggh53163 says:

      Gallivanta – Thank you so much. He was like a second father to me. He lived on the Trumbull property all of his life and his daughter, Arla, was my best friend. He was a remarkable, caring and wise man.

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