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April 23, 2012
Im glad I got a chance to see him this year, before his untimely death. The only thing I wished I have done was to bring my 2 year old daughter to meet her great grandfather and the rest of the family I havent seen for 23 years. Miss you Grandpa, Rest in peace with your pack of smokes that you never opended.
April 16, 2012
Please visit the memorial website established for dad at http://memorialwebsites.legacy.com/Art_Trogdon_1048/homepage.aspx
April 15, 2012
Hi Don and family sorry to hear about your loss. Art was a wonderful man and great guy to meet. My love and prayers go out to all of the family
March 12, 2012
We moved into the neighborhood 14 years ago and were welcomed by Art and Von graciously. We were 1st time homeowners and in our early 20's. We are so blessed to have them as neighbors. They have been so kind to our family. Art would always be working outside in the summer and offer to spray our weeds when he was carrying his round-up pack. (That was a blessing when we were working all the time and didn't have the time nor the money to get those things done). He may not have known it but it meant a lot to us. When my husband and I decided to get married and make it official this last summer we stopped to invite the Trogdon's when we saw Art outside working in the yard. His comment was, "Oh so you're gonna go and ruin a good thing." and he chuckled. He was there to celebrate that special day with us and we were proud that our neighbors valued us as much as we valued them. Our prayers and hearts go out to your family. We were very blessed that you were able to share your husband and father with us. Thank you and God Bless
Oscar, Dannette, Orion, Noah, and Entenecia
March 12, 2012
I am so sad to hear about the death of my “Uncle” Arthur. Yes, he was my Uncle, but somehow he never quite seemed like my Uncle because he was only three years older than I, and we used to play together when we were kids.

I have many fond memories of those years because we had so much fun together. We both had Idaho Statesman paper routes. He with his Cushman Motor Bike and me with my Montgomery Ward's Bike. It was such a treat in the mornings when we would stop at a café & have coffee and a maple bar, which always tasted so good after it was dunked in hot black coffee. And we both felt so grown up. (He was about 16 and I was about 13) What a wonderful time that was. Even though we didn't see each other much as adults I shall miss him a lot.

And Vonnie, you were so good for him. I know you will miss him greatly, as we all will, but you should know that you were the love of his life. After he married you he settled down and became a contented man with roots, and together you and he had a wonderful life.

He was a wonderful man, and you had a lot to do with making him a highly respected member in your community!

I know he will be missed by all who were fortunate to know him.
March 10, 2012
My most sincere sympathy to Larry and the rest of the family at this most difficult time.
March 10, 2012
our condolences to Art Trogdon Family. Art Trogdon will never be forgotten.
March 09, 2012
Dad, we may not have seen eye to eye on a lot of things but I will miss your advice and knowledge. The main thing is you are now whole and not in pain. With love and respect, Don.
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