His smile never changed. I've missed him & Mitzi since they left Good Shepherd & you kids were so young. He was so far ahead of his time. I could sit & listen to him for hours. I have wonderful memories of Sunday Brunch at the Officer's Club after church; with my folks & your family. Your parents were a huge influence in my life & who I am today. I'm so very sorry for your loss. He was indeed very special.
Helen M. (Boydstun) Pipkin
I love and miss you papa.
My condolences to the family and friends. May he rest in peace. Eccl. 9:5.
SO sorry for your loss. Art was an inspiration to me while at Texas Tech and kept me in the faith. I loved coming to your house and playing with his kids-you guys!! He leaves a great legacy of caring and his many friends. It was wonderful to see him at his 50th Ordination celebration a few years ago. I will miss him but he is with his savior and rejoicing in heaven! All my love to the family. May God grant you his peace and comfort.
Texas Tech Class of 1975
Andrea, I am so sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May you be comforted by all the memories and love of your family and friends. All My Best, Marcia Falloure
Art was a classmate beginning in 1947 at Concordia, Milwaukee and continuing until our graduation from the Seminary in 1958. In our early post-grad years we exchanged audiotapes a couple times a year in a threesome that included fellow classmate Luther & Arlene Strasen. My wife, Mina - also an RN - died the year after Mitzi. Art called me about six months ago and we had a good talk about Sem days. I am proud to have been a part of his life and he of mine. God's peace to all who share the sadness/joy that are our priviege in Christ our Lord.