Father Art, i was just thinking of you today and was so saddened to learn of your passing... yet, i am sure the Angels met you when you entered into Heavenly paradise... thank you for being a pleasant part of life when we were both at Montclair State University... you, as a Master's degree student/graduate in Counseling along with being the wonderful Campus Chaplain, and I, as the department secretary/coordinator for the Counseling program's department. I always enjoyed your prayers and blessings at the Commencement ceremonies, yet we know how that went also... we know God is good always and thank you for always being an outgoing beacon of friendly light whenever we met and spoke... :-)
Father Art So sad to hear of your passing. I will remember all the wonderful crazy times we had at St Joes, remembering you married me. Our anniversay this year was sadder as it was the day you passed away. Moira
I knew Father Art when I was a secretary at Montclair State University. He was the most caring and loving person I have ever met. I will never forget him. We loved him at MSU. Rest in Peace, Father Art
Father Art, we are so grateful to have had you in our lives. Your words have meant so very much over the years...You will truly be missed and always remain in our hearts. Thoughts and prayers are with your family and friends...may you rest in eternal peace
father Art will be greatly missed, he was a true inspiration to many, he always had a smile on his face & a uplifting message. no matter how much pain he was in, you would never know,because when he preached he lit up the church. we will miss you, God bless you. sheila & john mc connell
I went to Salesian Junior Seminary with Fr Art and had a lot of great memories of him. He was a kind and patient guy, who helped you anyway he could. May he rest in peace. Mary Help of Christians, pray for him.
you were a special part of our lives at st.lukes,ho-ho-kus as a deacon.even then you knew just how to get what you wanted,was it 50 or 75 custom plaid stoles for your first mass? we've always missed you. the loughlins
...today part of me died too...
On a September day in 1962, we met and became friends. We both wound up in places that are much different from what we thought we would that on that day. It was a privilege... and always fun... to have known you. Although we have not seen each other in many years, there is a hole in my soul that will not be filled until we meet again up the way. Rest easy in the Lord, Artie Frank, the good and faithful servant whom the Master will bless.
My sponsor, my brother, my friend! We miss you already. Love Richie M'er and D and all of the Giraud's
I knew him, as man and boy ( we were in the junior seminary together) and he was always true, honestand caring. he was as a priest a true reflection of Christ. May he rest in the arms of Jesus & Mary.
So wonderful to see this photo with that great smile. Soooo very sad to hear of Father Art's passing. We knew each other at MSU many years ago and he was a joy to all that knew him. God Bless you Father Art!!!!
Thank you for sharing those special moments in our life, we will always remember you, condolences to the Family and Friends.. God bless you
Thank you for sharing those special moments in our life, we will always remember you, condolences to the family and friends. God bless you!!! Aleida Vanegas & Family
Padre: thank you for the many years of wonderful memories. For showing me the way to Jesus. My children and I will miss you so much. You will always be in my heart. May you rest in peace...
In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always.
Sorry I can't make the services but my prayers are with you. I will miss you and your guidance. My thoughts and prayers are with you and my friends from Little Ferry and Moonachie. You will always be remembered.
Arthur we will miss you very much, but we know that you remain with us in spirit. Thank you for the many years of joy that your brought to our lives.
Henry C. Rawls and Family
You will be missed..a wonderful person and always lit up a room when he walked in.