January 1, 1970 - July 15, 2010

Posted by:
Jim Nowlan

Posted on:
July 19, 2010

Ann & Family, Please accept my sincere condolences at a difficult time of great loss. Art will always hold a special place in my memories of the 267 Combat Comm Squadron... he was always a problem solver. More importantly, he treated everyone with respect and kindness. It was a pleasure and an honor to serve with him for many years. Jim & Janet Nowlan

Posted by:
Joe/Joan Carver

Posted on:
July 19, 2010

Dear Annie and family, We were saddened to hear that Arthur had passed on. We had many good times with you folks...so many fond memories. Sorry we are unable to be with you all at this time. Our love and prayers are with you. Joe and Joan

Posted by:
Denise Giarla

Posted on:
July 19, 2010

Deb, Ashley & Zack-- What a terrific father and grandfather-I know all your wonderful memories will carry in your hearts forever! I am so so sorry for your loss. I know that with a family that is so close as yours, you, your mom, your sisters, your brother and all the nieces and nephews, you will all pull through this together. Art was an incredible man who always made you feel welcomed, loved and cared about. He will surely be missed by many. Love you Deb, Zack(Schnack) and Miss Ash love Denise and Family

Posted by:
Deb Cafarella

Posted on:
July 18, 2010

My father was one of the most beautiful people you could have ever met. He greeted everyone with a smile. Called every clerk by their first name and thought nothing about listen to anyone who needed to be heard. He taught me a great deal about leadership and how to be a great leader. He treated people with utmost respect and in return he got that back. He loved life and people! I miss him so greatly and will try to carry on with his smiles. Love you Dad!

Posted by:
Diane Internicola

Posted on:
July 18, 2010

To my godfather, I will truly miss you. I am at a loss for words right now but my love goes out to the whole family from all of us here. Diane, Tony and Nikki

Posted by:
Jerry Kelley

Posted on:
July 18, 2010

So sorry for your loss. I had the pleasure to serve with Art for many years. He will be missed. I will keep your family in my prayers. Jerry Kelley SMSgt (Ret)

Posted by:
Carin Klipp

Posted on:
July 18, 2010

I enjoyed working with Art as a technician at Wellesley ANGS. He always had a way about him that could make you smile. He will always be in my memories with fondness.

Posted by:
James Greer

Posted on:
July 18, 2010

I was deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Art. We served for many years togather in the 267th. My deepest sympathies and prayers go out to Cafarella family. Jim

Posted by:
Carol McPhail

Posted on:
July 18, 2010

What moves through us is a silence, a quiet sadness, a longing for one more day, one more word, one more touch, we may not understand why you left this earth so soon, or why you left before we were ready to say good-bye, but little by little, we begin to remember not just that you died, but that you lived. And that your life gave us memories too beautiful to forget. I love you Daddy.

Posted by:
Ashley

Posted on:
July 18, 2010

To My Papa Bear, The earliest memories of my childhood always have you in them; you were my papa, my best buddy, and most of all my hero. I will forever keep the memory of our red and blue paddle boats and your song close to my heart. I love you from the bottom of my heart and miss you terribly. Love Always, Your Little Princess

Posted by:
Roberta wasserman

Posted on:
July 18, 2010

Dear Ann, children and grandchildren, Arthur was a wonderful person and will be very much missed. One wonderful legacy he left you all is that he loved all of you so much. Please accept my condolences

Posted by:
Don Annino

Posted on:
July 18, 2010

Dear Ann and Family, I know your hearts are heavy at this time, but Arthur is resting and happily with the Lord. My sincerest condolences on your lose. I will keep you in my thoughts and prayers. Love, Don Annino

Posted by:
Tricia

Posted on:
July 17, 2010

There is a word of grief the sounding token, There is a word bejeweled with bright tears. The saddest word fond lips have ever spoken, A little word that breaks the chain of years. Its utterance must ever bring emotion, The memories it crystals cannot die. 'Tis known in every land, on every ocean, It is the word .... Goodbye. ~ Unknown I will miss you Daddy All my love Tricia