Arthur G. Liberty Jr.

Bangor, Maine

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Sharon, Were sorry to hear about Arther...and sorry that we had somehow lost Has been along time since we saw him..Please know that we are thinking of you and the family...Dick and Betty are the only siblings left out of that big family..the years fly by. Sincerely, Uncle Dick and Aunt Patti......rtcandpat pat @

Sharon: Please accept my most sincere condolences.

So very sorry to hear about Arts passing. He was loved and will be missed by many. Thoughts and Prayers sent

Sharron, So so sorry to hear about Art. Donnie and I became good friends with him at the Eagles and enjoyed his friendship. Art had a great sense of humor and always kept things lively at the club. He will be missed by so many including US!! Thinking of you and hope things get easier for you with each day. Take Care

Thinking of the family and wishing you warm memories to comfort you.

I met Art for the first time on a trip to Riverview Lodge in the North Maine Woods. I instantly took to a liking to him for his tales and sense of humor. Art, Jim Rocha, and Tim Varney were excellent hosts on my trip to the lodge. Art, knowing the area so well took me around and showed me many things including the Red Camp. It was a trip I will remember for the rest of my life. I am so sorry to hear of his passing.

May the memories help you through this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.

Sharon sorry to hear about Art's passing he will be greatly missed Tina Smith

Hope it helps you to know that we care
deeply and are thinking of you.
The Kennedy Family


Arthur's Obituaries

Arthur 'Art' G. Liberty Jr., 74 BANGOR -- Arthur 'Art' Liberty Jr., 74, died on Jan. 17, 2013, at his home. He was born in Portland on July 25, 1938, the son of Arthur G. and Mary A. (Chaisson) Liberty. He was a graduate of Pennell Institute, Gray, class of 1956. Art worked for Greyhound Bus...

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