Gail Kelble Plover, WI – Posted On: January 12, 2021
So sorry for your loss.
Sending thoughts and prayers.
He will be missed by many.
I will always see Uncle Art in my mind with his hat pushed back on his head and a crooked smile.
So sorry I am unable to join everyone to hear stories and say good bye.
Kristi Schug Spencr, WI – Posted On: January 12, 2021
Sending our thoughts and prayers to your family.A
Sandy (Smith) Bruesewitz Unity, WI – Posted On: January 12, 2021
Many fond memories of Art's smile and cheerful personality. My sympathy to Shirley and all of the Lindner family. Prayers for your comfort in this sad time.
Brian,Lori,Tyler Murphy Greenwood WI – Posted On: January 12, 2021
When our son Tyler was a little boy we would walk to a field Art was combining corn or soybeans to watch him and Art would stop combining and let Tyler ride with him. We will never forget how nice Art was and we will miss him very much.
Deanna Simonson Fitchburg, WI – Posted On: January 11, 2021
I am so sorry for your loss. I can only imagine how much you are missing Art’s mischievous smile. I remember spending the weekend with Sally in your home when we were in college. We had stayed up very late and were awakened early Sunday morning by Art to go to church. After finding peanuts tucked in my shoes (very tricky), we went to church and were then treated to breakfast. He was a very nice man and raised a beautiful family. What a life to be proud of!
Jen Luchterhand Loyal, WI – Posted On: January 10, 2021
My kids loved riding in the combine with Grandpa Artie. He was a great man and will be missed.
Laura Withee, WI – Posted On: January 10, 2021
Art was such a nice respectful and thankful person to work with. I am so sorry for your loss. My sympathy to Art’s family. May Art Rest In Peace with the Lord!! 🙏
Sue (Braun) , (Dennis) Fravert Loyal, WI. – Posted On: January 10, 2021
Sorry for your loss !! My sincere condolences to all families of Art. It was nice to have known him and his wife and family. A happy go lucky person !