In loving memory of

Michael Guy DeBor
April 13, 1961 - June 2, 2021

DeBor, Mr.
Michael Guy
Muskegon, Michigan

Mr. Michael Guy DeBor, age 60, passed away Wednesday, June 2, 2021. He was born in Muskegon, MI on April 13, 1961 to Robert & Anita (Doak) DeBor. Mr. DeBor had worked for Meijer for over thirty years. After working for Meijer, Michael started Guy's Ultimate Kayak Service creating fun for everyone in the Muskegon area. He was a member of the Muskegon Chamber of Commerce and used to sing with King B and the Buzz Tones. Michael also had his own Youtube channel and loved to sing on his Facebook page. He was a collector of oversize watches, having many different themes. Michael always enjoyed being with family and helping out in his community.
Mother, Anita (Richard) DeBor Wheaton; Brothers, Steve (Sue) DeBor, Jeff DeBor, Alan (Shirley) DeBor; Niece, Brandy DeBor Kondracki and her son, Logan; Nephew, Nathaniel DeBor and his daughter, Melissa; and many friends.
Saturday, June 19, 2021 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM at Riverside Park in Muskegon. 901 East Giles Road, Muskegon, MI 49445.
Please visit to leave a memory or sign the online guestbook.
Clock Funeral Home - Muskegon


Kevin James wrote on Jun 12, 2021:

"To Guy's family deepest condolences. He will be greatly missed. I met Guy on Tou tube then FB in the Invicta channels. He would light up my day when he would unbox his watches. The signing was so cool and no one else did that. He was a very good man! We did share a story. He had # 1 of a certain watch and I had the # 2. Pretty cool. May he rest well. Best wishes to you all ."

Tammy Moyer wrote on Jun 12, 2021:

"Shocked and saddened in the news of Mike's passing ! My condolences to the Family and Friends during this difficult time. Mike was one of the kindest people I ever have had the pleasure of meeting - hanging out at Martin Lake Days - running into him was always pick right up from our last visit and always good to see him. May you RIP Mike in another corner of paradise ! Love - Peace - Hugs - you will forever live on in our hearts !! "

William Butler wrote on Jun 10, 2021:

"Wonderful member of the Invicta family. He will be missed. His singing watch reviews are unique and wonderful. "

Ken Sipe wrote on Jun 9, 2021:

"My condolences to the family. I was shocked and saddened to hear the news of Mike?s passing. We were very close friends in high school. Mike is a part of my past that has passed. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. "

Marcia (Schmitt) Mets wrote on Jun 9, 2021:

"How sad that Mike left us so early. Memorial Day weekend we talked for a long time about his fun and successful business, our families, Martin Lake and life, as we occasionally did. I went all through school with Mike and he was always such an easy guy to get along with. It is so sad that he has left our world so soon. I pray the memories of him, turn into hugs for his family and friends. "

Taylor Robbins wrote on Jun 7, 2021:

"I've only met Guy one time when a friend and I were stranded at our kayaking destination and he went out of his way to help us out late at night. During the ride with him he shared stories from his past expressing much love to his family and community! My condolences go out to all who have gotten to know him. Thanks again Guy for all you've done."

Ryan Johnson wrote on Jun 6, 2021:

"I?m very sorry to hear the passing of Michael. He would call into my TV show and tell us what he is up to and what watch he just picked up. He was always animated in the phone and was always kind. We will all miss him. -Ryan Johnson (Invicta Ryan)"

Sheldon Segal wrote on Jun 5, 2021:

"I didn?t have the pleasure to meet Guy in person, but got to know him through YouTube chats in the invicta channel. Guy was so knowledgeable about all the invicta watches and he enlightened me so much and taught me so much about the movements in the watches. Always happy just to talk with everyone he was a smile giver every day. My condolences to Guys whole family and all his friends, my prayers are with you all."

Tony Yantosca wrote on Jun 5, 2021:

"Prayers and condolences to Guy's family. I never met Guy but he was part of our Invicta family so he was one of us. He always added great humor to the chats as we discuss life's ups and downs besides commenting on the invictas. He will be missed and I am so sorry for your loss. Rest in Peace. Tony Yantosca, North Haven, CT "

Mary Sharpe wrote on Jun 5, 2021:

"I met Guy in a YouTube chatroom for Invicta watches. His sense of humor and kindness to new collectors made him a favorite in the watch group. I feel fortunate to have had him as a friend. He will be missed ?"

Blain Becktold wrote on Jun 5, 2021:

"Mike was a good friend, his generous spirt and great smile will be missed. But fun memories will remain. "

Christy Lee wrote on Jun 5, 2021:

"My husband John and I met Guy through Invicta and shared many days chatting on YouTube. Guy is such a wonderful giving man and always lifted our spirits. Our Invicta family lost a brother and we all miss Guy tremendously. Rest in heavenly peace my Invicta brother . I hope his family knows how special Guy was to all of us. Our condolences. "

Debra Petrick wrote on Jun 5, 2021:

"Mike was good hearted, a nice neighbor and a friend who I share many fond memories of. Mike loved music (his favorite being the unique progressive rock band ?Genesis?). He made many cassettes (from albums) for me to enjoy after high school and I attribute much of my appreciation for music to Mike. I was shocked to learn of Mikes death. I extend my condolences to the entire family during this difficult time of saying goodbye. Godspeed Mike. Fondly, Debra (née Ness) and Larry Petrick. "

Paul Bessler wrote on Jun 5, 2021:

"Guy and I had become good friends through our participation in the YouTube ShopHQ Invicta watch shows. Our link was being watch fanatics and that we were both from Michigan. I will miss our chats about our watches and just life in general. I could tell that Guy was a special person and one of those people that only come around once in a while. He had an amazing memory and knowledge of each and every timepiece that he owned and that Invicta sold. He also was a very good shopper always finding amazing deals on his watches. We had plans for me to come spend a day in a few weeks. I wish that I had got that chance to meet him in person. My thoughts and prayers are with all of Guys family and friends. May you find peace in knowing that he was so loved by so many in the watch groups. ??"