Art was a very sociable and friendly man, who visited and got to know many people in his daily walks about Kitchener-Waterloo. He loved his wife Gert, and on their Anniversary each year he would set a candle light dinner for her, a tradition he carried on even after her illness left her in St. Mary's Hospital. I will remember Art as a good friend and great story teller.
Take comfort in knowing that now you have a special guardian angel to watch over you.
My husband and I met Arthur at Tim Horton's in the summer of 2009 and struck up a friendship which lasted until his death. Art was always willing to tell a story of his past life and always spoke lovingly of his wife Gert and how they met. Art was a fighter. He never let his physical condition stop him or slow him down and right up until he entered hospital two years ago, he never missed a day at Tim Horton's to visit with his friends. Even up until his passing, staff and patrons of Tim Horton's would ask us about Art and how he was doing. He was a memorable man, always ready for a heated discussion about things he was passionate about. Art, you have touched our lives deeply and we will always remember you and the impact you have had on our lives. Sleep well.
Dave and Carol Marshall
Art leaves us with fond memories after having met him at Tim Horton's in 2004. Over the years, he became a dear friend, whose passionate and generous nature touched us deeply. He had a wonderful sense of humour and we looked forward to his panache of story telling. He will be missed but not forgotten. God bless you Art.
John and Tina Peros
I remember Mr Agajanian fondly as a life long friend and fellow hydro worker with my father Nick Gehl... Art and his wife share many of my childhood memories....