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Arthur Henry MAYNARD Jr.

Poinciana, Florida

Jul 16, 1934 – Aug 20, 2017

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Born
Monday, July 16th 1934
Died
Sunday, August 20th 2017
School
Michigan State University

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National Cremation and Burial Society Oviedo Obituary

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Arthur Henry Maynard, Jr.

July 16, 1934 – August 20, 2017

Arthur Henry Maynard, Jr. died peacefully on August 20, 2017.

Art was born at Bellevue Hospital in New York City and subsequently moved, with his parents Arthur, Sr., & Marianne...

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I always loved visiting the Planetarium at WI High School. Mr. Maynard was the voice of Astronomy! Rest In Peace among the stars, Mr. Maynard! (I'm now a teacher at WIHS)

I have fond memories of my cousin, Musty. He was one of my Mom's first cousins. Sending prayers and love to his wife and children. Love, Mae

Love, Debbi

I met Art in the early days of our Freshman year at "Brockport State Teachers' College (SUNY). Although he was a PE major and I was an Elementary Education major for our 4 years at Brockport, our friendship lasted over these many years and to the present time. The 3,000 mile distance between us made no difference. Art visited us a few years ago when he was touring with the Barbershop Quartet in Southern California. He had dinner with us at our home and we spent "hours"...

Art was a 35 yr friend from singing with the Harbormen, to playing golf, to enjoying each other on various occasions (i.e. BHS International conventions).
Art was a born leader of men in so many way, but especially to the Hsarbormen as past president, barbershopper of the year, show chairmen, BOD for many years and to the International Society as Vice president of Mid-Atlantic, Secretary of BHS.. He is sorely missed. Thank God for Phyllis for keeping him with us these many past years....

What a beautiful, thorough obituary. It really lets people know all the wonderful things Art was involved with that his friends in Solivita had no idea about. He truly will be missed.