Arthur J. MEHARG
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MEHARG, Arthur J. 80, Springfield OH, and formerly of Fairfield Glade, TN passed away December 8, 2018 after a brief illness. A graduate of Lincoln High School (Ypsilanti, MI) and Eastern Michigan University. Arthur served the US Army as a QM Cpt, twice receiving the Army Commendation Medal. He was retired from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan and Blue Shield of California, serving 27 years as a Medicare Administrator, Past President, United Way in Chico, CA, a founding member of Morning Star Masonic Lodge #795, Springfield, OH, a member of Scottish Rite, and a Shriner. His hobbies included model trains, stamp collecting, and woodworking. Art and his wife of more than 50 years, enjoyed traveling the US, western Europe, and Canada. He is survived by his daughter Mindy Beltramo (Jeff) of Canterbury, NH, son Glen (Christine) of Tacoma, WA, two brothers: Gary (Cheryl) of Northville, MI and David of Lexington, KY, and four beloved grandchildren. Memorial contributions may be made to the Morning Star Masonic Lodge #795, Springfield, OH or the West Enon Church of God, Fairborn, OH.

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Published in Springfield News Sun on Dec. 16, 2018.
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January 4, 2019
Joe's dad was named Arthur also. And was a well known Insurance man in our community. Therefore This Arthur was known as "Joe" until he Graduated from Eastern Michigan University's ROTC Program and entered the Army where he said he had to use his first name. My family moved to the Lincoln Consolidated School area in 1947. The first day of school our 4th grade teacher seated the class alphabetically so she could learn our names and faces and Joe and I have been friends ever since.
Louis Melnick
January 4, 2019
The last picture taken of Joe and me.
Louis Melnick
December 19, 2018
Art enjoyed life,family and friends.enjoyed taking trips and learning the history of places he visited.He loved music and the arts.attended many concerts.Many thanks to Pastor Dan Fiorini and West Enon Church of God congregation and The Springfield Masonic Community for their dedicated services to Art.
Darlene HENKENER
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