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July 17, 2018

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October 17, 2016
Memories with Mary and Arthur never forgotten,good laughs, good memories, always looked up to the both, Arthur and Mary, bless you both and rest eternally dear friend, Mike Daniels, the son of Diane and John Daniels
January 28, 2015
A part of Southern New England history, Mr. Cadoret delivered the weather when there were few other options for information in the 60s and 70s. Whether the glee of hearing a snow day in winter or the pain of rain in summer, Arhtur Cadoret Junior was as much a part of my youth as any neighbor I once had in Blackstone. He was as consistent in my youth as the smell of cofee in the morning. Good bye, Mr. Cadoret. Best wishes to his family.
January 24, 2015
If I were to add my memories of my relationship with Arthur I would have to write a book. He was a part of my life since day one, and since both of us were only children he was the big brother that I never had. We grew up together, our parents vacationed together on Cape Cod, he taught me not to be afraid of the waves, I went to his college graduation, was a bridesmaid at his wedding and I could go on and on, but one of my most favorite memories is when he first began his weather forecast at radio station WWon and he would take me with him with the promise that I would not say a word or make a sound and I never did because being at the station with him made me feel so very important. I am going to miss you Tuddy, but it's those memories and so many more that will put a smile on my face when I think of you.
January 24, 2015
My condolences to your family. Thank you for your service.
former USAF REG Edith Kendall