Obituary: John Paul Guerin

March 24, 2022
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John Paul Guerin was born on May 25, 1963, to Ronald Joseph Guerin Sr. and Lorena Jackson Guerin in Fort Campbell, Ken. He left this world on March 19, 2022, at 5:38 p.m. at Methodist Mansfield Medical Center with his family by his side.

He attended Robert E. Lee High School in Baton Rouge, La.; was an active member of the high school band as well as the football team. John continued his education at Louisiana State University obtaining his BA degree in engineering. After graduating from LSU, John began his career for American Airlines, which totaled 30-plus years of employment. Throughout his time with American, John also became an entrepreneur by introducing two premier Smoothie King restaurants to the DFW area. He worked at Halliburton and as a foreman in Iraq managing contract workers.

John leaves to hold in their hearts his loving wife, Chermain G. Guerin, and daughters Cierra and Sheridan Guerin; mother Lorena J. Guerin; his eldest sister Stazel T. "Cookie" Guerin of Baton Rouge; Aretha A. Guerin Flowers (Darryn) of Fort Worth, Texas, and Roland P. Guerin (Laura) of New Orleans, La.; aunt, Florinda M. Royal (Cle); and a host of nieces, nephews and cousins.

John is preceded in death by his father Sgt. Major Ronald J. Guerin Sr.; paternal grandparents Florinda J. Morris and Royal S, Guerin; his step-grandfather Phillip Morris, and his brother Ronald J. Guerin Jr.; maternal grandmother Stazel V. Spencer; grandfather Farris Spencer, and a host of aunts, uncles and cousins.

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