Dear Llewellyn Family,
I heard about Art's passing after his services took place; I am sorry I was not there, I apologize.
I was Art's secretary up until the time he retired; I only wished that we would have been working together longer. I can remember Art coming into work in the morning eager to begin his day but at the end of the day he would come out to my desk speaking about his family.
I often thought about Art, my sincere condolences.
I emember the first days after being hired by Chalie Schmidt, Art was my mentor in the ways of RCA since I was coming from a position at Philco. He went out of his way to make me feel welcome and he did all he could to assist me in getting settled into the nw environment. In the later years, Art worked for me in his capacity of Program Manger on several programs. He was an individual of the highest integrity. His work ethic was an example to all who worked with him. I was proud to know him and appreciated his openess and willingness to tackle the toughest of problems. Not living in New Jersey I did not have many opportunities to meet with Art after we both retired but he is in my memories as a true friend.I offer my prayers and sympathy to his family. I know he will be missed by all who knew him.
When we moved to Cinnaminson 14 years ago, one of the first neighbors that we met was Art Llewellyn. He greeted us with a smile that we began to look forward to, over our back fences. He even greeted our dog, Callie, so sweetly, that Callie would always run to the back fence to look for Art. As the years passed and the shrubbery grew higher, we always provided a spot through which to stand and talk with Art. He was very proud of his vegetable garden, and if we saw a plastic bag hanging on the fence, we knew that we were to be treated to some of Art's delicious tomatoes. We will sincerely miss his presence out back, and our thoughts and prayers are with his family.
I am very saddened to hear of Art's death. I worked with him on a major Navy program for many years at RCA. Art was an excellent program manager; he knew his work, he dealt well with the customer, and he was always a gentleman in dealing with his colleagues. Art was a wonderful human being, and we all suffer from his loss. My sincere condolences to his family - he was a kind and good man.
We are so sorry to hear about Uncle Art.All our thoughts and prayers are with you all. ...Mark and Carol (Devlin)Hunsberger and family.