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Arthur L. Howard
March 7, 1943 - January 22, 2005



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By: Dean Towery Apr 26, 2005
Art was one of a kind he could find the good in any one. He had an impact on each and everyone that had the opportunity to know or just meet him . To know him was to love him . I feel blessed that he was a part of my life. Art was a man of his word. He will always have a special place in my heart.
By: Charles W. Watts Jan 22, 2005
I'm sorry to read of Art's passing. I worked with Art for several years at Cashner's. He was always very good with his customers & co-workers. Art was someone you could talk with & he would listen. Sometimes, this would make him get behind on his work, but he would still take time to visit with you. He will be missed. My prayers go out to his family.
By: eve michelle wagner Jan 22, 2005
art was the love of my life we would talk for hours about his sons that he love with all his heart. he was my brother in my heart for 15 years. my family really loved him they would call him uncle art. he was a kind man.art, want be alone no more, he is in gods hands now love you brother.

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