March 12, 1952August 20, 2021

Guion McKenzie Roberts, 69, of Cypress,Texas passed away on August 20, 2021. Guion was preceded in death by his parents Allen E. Roberts, Sr. and Mary Worth Roberts Thompson. He is survived by his wife Kathy Roberts, his daughters Melissa Miller and husband Russell Miller of Cypress, Nicole Roberts of Cypress, and Michelle Roberts Vicary and husband Brent Vicary of Cypress, and grandchildren Brett Miller, Kristen Miller Johnson and husband Ryan, Ashlyn Vicary, Taylor Vicary, Caden Roberts and Jaxson Roberts. He loved spending time with his friends and family, riding bikes, and cuddling with his dog. A celebration of life service will be held at Good Shepherd United Methodist Church at 20155 Cypresswood Dr. Cypress, TX 77433 on September 11, 2021 at 10 a.m. In lieu of flowers, please send memorial donations to Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation at


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Charlie Jackson

September 11, 2021

I worked with Guy at RO.
He drove to Austin to attend a two-day software schedule class that I was conducting a few months back. There was probably 8-10 people attending. He was the only one from the Houston office in that class. And he was brand new at RO; he did not know anyone. He was also the oldest in the class which was full of young guys all talking and carrying on.
Computers were not his forte and the software was new as well. I remember he asked a lot of questions during the class. He tried to keep up, and I tried to encourage him; I admired his determination. After the second day ended on Friday, he drove back to Houston. I remember vividly that next day (it was a Saturday) he called me with questions - he was working in the software going back through the exercises we had done in class. He truly wanted to understand. Over the next several weeks we had regularly scheduled online meetings to continue his training. He had his own setup in the software so he could practice. He had learned to copy and paste data for practice - he had SO MANY duplicates. But HE WAS DETERMINED.
He really wanted to be an asset in his work. He did not let distance, age, technology, or a new work environment deter him from striving to be the best he could for himself and for the company.
I am extremely, extremely saddened to hear of his passing. My thoughts and prayers are with those he has left behind.

Molly Dirickson

September 3, 2021

Blonde hair, blue eyes, a smile that was genuine and made you feel welcomed. He left home at 18 and set out to make his own way never looking back. Determined to start his career he started in the field of construction. He was a hard worker, carried himself with pride and dignity in every phase of his life. Guion, was a family man and loved deeply. I love you brother, rest in peace.

Robbie Owens

August 25, 2021

Guion was named after one of our father's best friends and the McKenzie is for my mother's maiden name that we have used in our family many times meaning the "fair one". I remember blue eyes, winning smile, honor, dignity and respect. Love you brother