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July 22, 2018

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This Guest Book will remain online permanently courtesy of We learned all his facets & still love him unconditionally. His wife & daughters, Ronda, Kat & Clare.
April 19, 2017
A gentleman I would loved to have known.
June 24, 2011
Sincere condolences to Ronda (daughter of my best friend, Mary Elizabeth O'Daniel Hartlage). I worked with Art when he was with Coopers & Lybrand and remember him as being a wonderful man. He will be greatly missed by all.
June 12, 2011
Rhonda- We just returned from an extended stay in FL and were shocked to learn of Arthur's death. I couldn't believe it. I hope you are doing alright.
June 9, 2011
Art was my first friend and I was his. We met on Hillsboro Road where we both lived when we were 4 years old. I have never had a better friend. We went to Lourdes and Trinity together for 13 years and shared everything it was possible for two guys to share who were not biological brothers. But in every other way he was a brother to me. And to my mom, Roseanne Bauer Aton, Art was son # 4. I loved Art and even more, admired everything about him. He was always the guy in our class I looked up to the most. I knew if Art was doing it, it was ok. Moreover, he inspired me always to be a better person. Even after high school when we went away to school and I moved away from Louisville more or less permanently, we stayed in touch and still saw each other. Art came out to Utah with Drew, and we did a memorable float down the San Juan River. It was so typical of Art that he and Bill Bates occasionally took my aging father, Charlie, out to lunch to talk about the old days. I am grieving for my dear, dear friend.