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July 19, 2018

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January 1, 2018
For a year, in the late seventies, we lived next door to each to each other in Ithaca, New York. It was a joy to have known him.
February 23, 2016
Stan... I still plan to find a picture I have of "Artie" from back in the day, as well as maybe that poem. It's somewhere in my fabulous archives. And, boy, how I feel for you and your "fam" (as we say in Detroit). This Thursday marks the first year since my dearest brother Linus passed away. He was just a loveable good guy in so many ways. On Saturday, we are doing a sort of O'Leary family Barzeit mashup for our dear brother & friend. My youngest sister is the wife of a Reconstructionist Rabbi. They live in Jersey, and Elliott has officiated now at two tragic deaths in our family in the past two years.
February 22, 2016
Wow, I just found this obituary and I want to express to Arthur's family my deep regret, yet my warm feeling for Arthur. He was a constant presence on State Street, Liberty Street, at Borders Bookstore where I worked in the 1980s, and at Drake's candy shop. At the time, I was taking a poetry class at U-M taught by Alice Fulton. After coming back to life from a nasty cold, I was back at Drake's seeing my old friend deep in a tete-a-tete conversation with some young person. So I wrote a poem about the weird fuzzy coming back to life feeling you get after a lengthy cold. Arthur was the youngest, most energetic older person I had ever met in those heady days. And he was a dear heart. My deepest condolences to your family. Your Arthur, our Arthur, was a true gem of a man.
January 11, 2016
It has been many years since I interacted with Artie and Stanley in Outremont. Have many great memories until the age of about 16 when we went in different paths. Arrived mom was very protective. No matter where we went she would try her darnedest not to let Artie travel on a street car or a bus so was the constant taxi driver to baseball games, going downtown, to football games, and the library. She had so many car accidents that were never her fault that it became a joke. I miss missing out on adult contact with Artie. I hope that this reaches Stanley and the family. We talked about him often even though we were far apart.
Yiddish Silver at [email protected]