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Mr. Arthur Albert McComas

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Mr. Arthur Albert McComas Obituary


Art--

I'm so glad that you & Sue were able to spend time with us. We'll always remember our trips to Brigantine, Sprinkle Shack and to Hallock's--who picks 80 pounds of tomatoes, 30 pounds of peppers and many pounds of onions--we do--for you & Sue!!!! We may be down one "picker", but there won't be a tomato we pick that we won't think of you.

I'm glad Skip had the role model he had-it helped to make him the man and husband that he is today.

Love you Art.

Maureen


Posted by: Maureen A. McComas - Whiting, NJ - sister-in-law   Dec 20, 2011

Art,I will never forget you and as long as I remember you brother you will never die.
Till we meet again.
Your little brother Bill
wee-oot


Posted by: Bill McComas - Denville, NJ - Brother   Dec 20, 2011

Big Brother, so many memories and you are always with me.

A past poem to you.....

14 August 2007 ODE TO BOOLA

Would just like to say 'THANK YOU' big brother
For taking the time to teach
For it was you who set the goals
For us to eventually reach.

Spackle, electrical or fix a car
Are a few on the list of many
Helping me clean my first engine
With the help of Dad's steam jenny.

No smoking, drugs or life of crime
Many good memories and they're all mine
Always ready

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Posted by: Albert R. McComas - Whiting, NJ - Brother   Dec 19, 2011

It was the fall of 1949. Art and I met in JHS. We were both interested in electronics and radio and we had both taken a class in electricity under our shop teacher Mr. Benson King. As it turned out we both decided to make crystal sets. That is how it began and how we became friends. Over the next few years we became fast friends and decided to get our Amateur Radio Licenses. We really had no one to

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Posted by: Donald B. Schultze - Morganton, NC - Long time friend   Dec 18, 2011

To the McComas Family,

I am deeply saddened by Mr. M's passing. He was a great mentor who encouraged me and taught me many things over the years. His wit and sense of humor were like no other. He was definitely one of my heroes growing up, and I will certainly miss him.

My thoughts and prayers are with you.


Posted by: Louis Maffei - Denville, NJ - friend   Dec 16, 2011