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JAMES, ARTHUR Arthur James of Scarborough, left peacefully in his 94th year, on June 17, 2019 at Centenary Hospital. Survived by wife Helen, brother Peter, children Sandra and Robin, grandchildren Melanie, Adrienne, Brady, Jesse, Simon, Brian, Christopher, and Lily, great-grandchildren, Jamie, Ian, Foster, Blair and Owen. Predeceased by brother Bill, sister Marjory, and daughters Beverly, Lesley and Claire. Art worked as an architectural and product designer and his passion was automobiles, especially his fleet of Packards. In honour of Art, please lend a hand to someone in need – perhaps a meal for someone hungry or a chat with a lonely person. A celebration of his life will be held on Sunday, July 7th at 11:00 a.m. at The Simple Alternative, 275 Lesmill Road, North York.

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Published in Toronto Star on Jun. 29, 2019.
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July 9, 2019
I got to know Art while teaching him about his computer. He was truly a gentleman who loved his family and Packards.
Gloria Dalton
July 7, 2019
Art James was a wonderful Packard friend
we send our sympathy to Helen and Robin and the family. We were lucky to have known such a kind, diligent, and wise person. We'll remember those good times very fondly
Joan & Bernie Aaron
July 4, 2019
A generous mentor. I'll always remember Art presiding over the Secret Packard Club lunches with good humour. Ride on!
Miguel Gallego
June 30, 2019
A true gentleman who will be missed.
fred Kanter
June 30, 2019
Art did yeoman service for The Packard Club, where he was Chairman of the Roster Keepers Committee from 1993-2002, when he became Chairman Emeritus. Art collected data on the 1938 Super Eights. In addition, Art was the general chairman of The Magnum Opus, at the 1999 Packard Centennial Celebration in Warren, Ohio. He was a tremendous fellow and he will be missed greatly.
Stuart Blond
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