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October 17, 2019

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August 17, 2019
The life given us by nature is short, but the memory of a life well spent is eternal. Cicero

Most of my memories of Buddy are from our youth - family reunions, those large Christmas gatherings, an unplanned Sunday visit.
Buddy was older than I and the older and younger cousins did not associate well - childhood pecking order I suppose. I remember him as quiet, kind, thoughtful, and handsome.
I know he faced exceptional challenges in his life and met them courageously.
Many of us moved a great distance from Wellington, OH and that distance and time became a larger separation.
Regardless, I will remember Buddy well. The world is better for knowing him.
August 16, 2019
I worked with Artie at PSE&G's Linden Generating Station. A really likable person. We had common Elizabeth Port root. The same birthday. He was a smart hard working funny guy. Artie was also a near twin to one of my co-workers in the Newark General office.

I spent over a year on and off down there on computer project we installed and Artie dug in on it. If I recall he was also building a computer ( THIS WAS PRE-PC in early 1980's). I think he was lived on Marshall or Franklin Street and I was a St Pat HS guy from the other end of the Port down on Ripley Place.

Artie was a great guy and ONE YOU REMEMBER and would be happy to see even if its almost 40 years later.

I am sorry to hear of such a great loss. But I knew he must have been a treasure the whole time.
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