Guy M. “Bud” Pasheilich

June 02, 1939 ‒ December 13, 2020

Mansfield, Ohio

MANSFILED: Guy M. “Bud” Pasheilich passed away Sunday, December 13, 2020 in OhioHealth Mansfield Hospital.  He was 81.

He was born June 2, 1939 in Mansfield to Peter and Winnogene (Spayde) Pasheilich and was graduated from Madison High School in 1958.

One year after graduation, Guy married his high school sweetheart, Joyce (Keiser) Pasheilich with whom he celebrated 61 years of marriage.

Guy worked as an electrician as a member of IBEW Local #688 for 63 years.

He was a member of the Masonic Lodge and he enjoyed connecting with people on Amateur Radio.  A licensed pilot he loved flying single engine planes.

He loved being outside doing yard work and restoring his antique tractor.  He also busied himself making jewelry.

Bud prided himself in caring for his wife and family.  He went the extra mile to let them know he cared for them, even in simple acts like making sure the tires were changed on the car.

He is survived by his loving wife Joyce Pasheilich of Mansfield, son Scott Pasheilich of Mansfield, daughter and son-in-law Dianna and Rich Compton of Mansfield; grandchildren Brittany Compton, Chris Pasheilich and Kyle Pasheilich; and two sisters Carol Pasheilich and Pamela (Brian) Teague both of California.

He was preceded in death by his parents.

A private service for the family will be held at a later date.

Snyder Funeral Homes is honored to serve Bud’s family and encourage you to share a fond memory or message of condolence to them at SnyderFuneralHomes.com

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  • joyce and family. so sorry for your loss lynn and i pray for your
    peace.just know that bud is the arms of jesus,

  • Joyce, Scott & Dianna, and family

    Your family is in our thoughts and heavy hearts. I will truly miss Bud and always remember the times he took me flying and taught me and inspired me to continue my career in aviation. I will also remember the time he taught me about electricity and help me with my 4H project. He is a great inspiration to everyone he touched.

  • Joyce, Scott, Diane & Family, Please accept our condolences in the loss of your husband & father.. What an awesome guy he was, as is your entire family.. The depth of a man, is shown by the family he raises so, in that sense, he really pushed the boundries of greatness.. Just know that dying isn’t putting out the candle, it’s just extinguishing it, because the dawn has come.. 🙂 You are all in our thoughts & prayers.. Judy Speakman & Family

  • I was so sorry to hear of Bud’s passing. I always saw him doing something in his yard when I drove by and honked at him. Know he is with God now and watching over his family. God bless you all.

  • Joyce, prayers go out to and your family.

    I will always remember how soft spoken and thoughtful Bud was. He was truly a good man, Husband and Father.

    Cousin Judy Hallabrin Kraft

  • Scott – Deepest condolences to you on the loss of your dear father. May the days that follow comfort you with the fond memories you shared together as son and father.

  • Sending my Deepest Sympathy to all of you at this Very difficult time.
    Bud was a Beautiful person inside & out which is hard to find. He was at my house so many times after Kenny was electrocuted . Always making sure we didn’t need anything. Union Strong & Proud.
    May the Love that you shared keep him Alive Forever in your Heart’s !!
    Godspeed Bud.

  • Bud Always seemed to be at peace. Now he can be at peace forever. I will always remember his smile. God Bless all our long lost and still alive family members that we have not seen for a while with all this virus stuff, ETC.
    Kyle & Kim Beveridge

  • Scott and Dianna, Sending payers and love for your family. May the memories of his love and laughter surround you and give you a sense of peace in this time of heavy hearts and sorrow…along with a knowing that he will always be right there within your heart and mind, carrying you through the days ahead

  • Hope and pray that you find comfort in wonderful memories and find peace in the company of family and friends during this time and for years to come.

  • Dear, Joyce ,Carol, and Family, So sorry to read of Buds’ passing . May God grant you strength in your time of grief . Our sincere condolences to all in your loss. Sincerely ,Carolyn Crawford Keiser and Ron Crawford ,Madison H.S.

  • Joyce,Scott & Family,
    Our heartfelt condolences are with you and your family. I was shocked upon the news of Buds passing.What a great person,husband & Father Bud was.I worked with Bud more than a decade,Bud will be in my memories for the rest of my life.