Guy Page Felton III

May 21, 1937 - May 24, 2014

Guy Page Felton III passed on May 24, 2014, in Carson City, Nevada. Guy’s happiest years were spent as a school teacher in New York State and Nevada. While teaching in Lander County, Nevada, Guy organized a school bond drive that won funding for a badly-needed, new high school in Battle Mountain. Guy also served a year as president of the Lander County Teachers’ Association and founded a quarterly news tabloid for teachers in all of Nevada’s “cow counties”. In his later years, Guy published a number of websites including which promoted bed and breakfast inns across the U.S. Guy also published several political websites, including www. PatriotsForPolygraphs.Net. Guy is survived by his brother, Robert Preston Felton, of Carson City, Nevada, and two nieces, their husbands, and children. Guy was born on May 21, 1937, in Spartanburg, South Carolina. At an early age, Guy moved with his family to Princeton, New Jersey, where his father, an Army officer, served as chief of security for Albert Einstein for over a year during WWII. Guy requested that his friends be thanked for putting up with his eccentricities. If possible, Guy will continue working “on the other side” for clean, honest, American government in Nevada. Walton’s Chapel of the Valley is in charge of final arrangements.


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