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Leroy Arts

Roselawn, Indiana

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Leroy Arts, age 85, of Roselawn, IN, passed away peacefully at his home on Saturday, September 13, 2014, surrounded by his loving family. He was born in Gary (Calumet Township) on March 4, 1929 to Fred and Maggie Arts. He was the youngest of 15 children. Leroy retired from Inland...

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Thank you to all those who have expressed your love to my father and family at this time. May you also be comforted when that time comes for you. No one embraces death of a loved one, except when the pain becomes more than their loved one can bear. My dad came to that place and the Lord removed him from his earthly garments, no longer to tie him to this earth. May the wind always be at your back dad. I love you, your son, Ken Arts

Dave so sorry to read about your dad,know he is at peace and in a better place now.He is in Gods care now,take comfort in that.

Our deepest sympathies to Leroys family. He will be missed at Camelot.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

My deepest heart felt sympathy to Leroy's family and to everybody that was fortunate enough to have known him. I'm praying that your hearts can find comfort in knowing that he has been reunited with those that he loved and lost. Heaven is now an even more beautiful place because he is in it. Until we meet again. Angela Surer

I was sitting on our back patio area with my father last year and we were admiring the koi pond and critter feeding area we have here. He said to me..."This is a pretty nice setup you have here." I asked him, DO you know who taught me to do this? He said No. I told him, It was you, Dad. You taught me to take care of the little animals and taught me a respect for nature and my fellow man. I told him that he had given me the greatest gift that anyone could ever give me. A tear came...

we will all miss you uncle Leroy,but take comfort knowing tthat you are with your loving wife and all your brother and sisters. To your children I want them to know what your visits ment to Rita, Dar and me after we lost our father.all my love. Charlene.

I knew of your Mom and Dad through my parents many years ago. Your Dad and my Dad worked together at Inland in the ‘galvanized dept. I'm very sorry to hear of your father's passing and want to express, my thoughts and prayers to you in this sad time. May you find all the comfort, strength and faith you need to get through and celebrate the love and wonderful memories of your Father.

With deepest sympathies

Michelle R Parker

(Daughter of Joe and Betty...

My dad's favorite saying was
"It's a great life if you don't weaken but........... who wants to be strong!
My father was one of the strongest people I knew. He fought such a courage battle, he didn't want to leave his children.
He now rests in the arm of my mother.
I'm sure they are looking down from heaven with the expectation that we children continue to carry on their legacy of kindness, and selflessness. Thank you mom and dad for being such great role models