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Guy Kline, 62, of Hagerstown, MD, passed away on Tuesday, February 2, 2021.

Guy has served in the alarm industry in the Maryland area for over 20 years. He has helped multiple dealers succeed through his affiliations with Protection One, First Action Security, AlarmWATCH, Dynamark Security Centers, GO Sales & Marketing, MDA Resources, Johnson Controls/Tyco and Chartrand Associates. LLC.

Guy has been a strong supporter of the industry including serving on the board of directors of the Maryland Burglar & Fire Alarm Association for several years.

Guy was born on May 19, 1958 to Robert and Sylvia Kline in Lowell, MA.

He spent part of his youth in Okinawa, Japan before settling in Hagerstown.

After graduating from South Hagerstown High School in 1976, he earned his associate degree from Hagerstown Junior College.

Guy’s passion for music was evident at a young age; and, he found himself the drummer in a band called Friends and Spirit before finishing high school. Guy cultivated wonderful relationships in this stage in his life. Among these was one of the band’s singers, Theresa, whom he married in 1979.

Guy’s strong communication skills, humor, and general likability led to a career in sales. They also contributed to one of his great sources of joy — his large network of close friends.

He is survived by his loving wife, Theresa; his three children, Nicholas and Patricia Kline, Alexander and Christine Kline, and Jillian and John Rouillard; and his grandchildren, Ciriaco, Camillo, Charles, Annalia, Wesley, Daphne, Elliott, Evelyn and Timothy. He is also survived by his parents, Robert and Sylvia Kline; sister and brother-in-law, Bambi and Richard Boutelle; sister-in-law, Crystal Kline; and father-in-law, Alfred Gill.

Guy was preceded in death by his brother, Robert Kline; and his mother-in-law, Rosemary Gill.

He will be greatly missed by his family and friends.

A celebration of his life will be held on Saturday, March 13, at 11 a.m. at St. Ann Catholic Church. Attendees must wear masks; and, social distancing is required.

Excerpts of this story from Herald-Mail Media