Alice C. Guyot


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Alice Guyot

We are heartbroken to announce the passing of Alice Guyot, 56, who left us on January 20, 2023 after a 9 month battle with cancer.

She is survived by her father Jack Guyot, her siblings Charles Guyot, Joseph Guyot, Robert Guyot, Julie Cowen, Maria Fox, Elizabeth Guyot Ross, Lily Godwin, Sarah Asher, her fiancé Moore Dye, nieces Laura Guyot, Valerie Blake, Cecelia Guyot, Clara Guyot, Sophia Godwin and nephews Matthew Guyot, Derek Guyot, Alex Naranjo and Steven Naranjo.

She is preceded in death by her mother Ruth Anwei Guyot, brothers Steve Guyot, Daniel Guyot and Jackie Guyot.

Alice was raised in Edmonds, Washington. She attended Woodway High School. Alice was a talented singer and musician involved in the Seattle music community for years. Alice was blessed with beauty, talent, creativity and charm. She lit up every room she walked into. Alice spent much of her career in hospitality and transitioned to the healing arts/massage therapy.

Alice and Moore adored each other and built their life together in Dutch Harbor, AK.

Alice’s battle with cancer began in early 2022 and she faced this challenge with bravery, humor, tenacity and gratitude. We were all amazed and humbled by her strength. She was truly an unforgettable woman and she will be remembered forever by her family and a wide array of friends and admirers.

Rest in peace our beloved Alice.

A Celebration of Life will be held March 4, 2023, at 1:00 pm at St. Alban’s Episcopal Church in Edmonds Washington.

St. Alban’s Episcopal Church
21405 82nd Place W
Edmonds, WA. 98026

Reception immediately following in the church hall.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made on behalf of Alice to:

Operation Nightwatch.

St. Jude’s Research Hospital.

If friends have photos of Alice that they would like to share, please email them to her sister Julie at:

One Response to “Alice C. Guyot”

  • Terry Proios says:

    My beautiful Alice! I will forever miss you and have you in my heart. We had five wonderful years at the 14 Carrot Cafe. Everyone thought you were my daughter! Your smile and beautiful, kind heart will always be with us. Our deepest condolences to the family. The Proios Family Terry, Elizabeth and Paul

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