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October 19, 2018

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October 15, 2018
Be at peace, thinking of you.
October 14, 2018
Art and I started at CCH about the same time. We both began working in the labor law department and became good friends. We both worked at CCH for 33 years. It was easy to like Art because of his kind nature and our many shared interests Over the years, we shared many coffee and lunch breaks, and frequent lunch hour walks. He was a great golfer, Cub fan, and human being and it was clear to all that he was also a wonderful husband and dad. He spoke of his family often with love and pride. Learning of Art's passing was a terrible shock. My sincere condolences to his family.

Marshall Glait
Skokie, Illinois
October 12, 2018
Our sincere condolences to "Arties" family. I had the honor to play golf with him several times over the years at Sunset Valley. He was great, and I was not so great, but with his way, he made me a better golfer when we were on the same team.

I also worked with John Huling Jr. at a small printing company from 1955 -1957. John Jr. was the son of one of the top executives at CCH. When I played with Artie, we never discussed our early days.

Also, my mother, Hannah was a Weinstein. Artie and I could never figure out if and how we may have been related.

Very sad times.

Again, our sincerest condolences.

Harvey S. Orlov
Glenview, IL
October 12, 2018
I came to CCH in 1989 fresh off washing out as a practicing attorney and anxious to find a different, better way. Art took me under his wing right from the start. As much as I learned from him about my professional life, the most important thing Art taught me was how to treat others, with kindness and respect. My sincerest condolences to the family. Here's hoping he's hitting them straight somewhere!