Scott Galvin posted a condolence
Tuesday, October 15, 2019I worked with Art for many years at MITEQ. He was an amazing engineer, mentor and friend. Always quick with a story, to lend a hand, and such a calming voice of reason in the most heated discussions. I strive every day to try to be a little more like him, and I'm a better person for it. Please accept my condolences.
Linda Milonopoulos posted a condolence
Wednesday, May 1, 2019Seeing this picture of Uncle Nashie is the sweetest picture. That smile that could always make one feel loved and cared for and important. My heart runs over with so many memories and events that I could talk for hours about this wonderful man. May all the family remember how lucky you have been to have a man like that for husband and father and Papou. He was one of the BEST. My heart is smiling at this picture. Uncle Nashie.................so Many memories...............May your memory be eternal. You gave so much and always were there to help out in your own special way. Loving you always Linda
Albert Andrea Lauritano posted a condolence
Tuesday, April 30, 2019When my sister Robin heard of Uncle Art's passing...she said he was a gem...don't think I could say it better! Just a few memories to share...greatest cream puffs ever! And watching (or trying to watch the NY Football Giants) during those days when local games were blacked out. I think he even got on the roof once to adjust the antenna for the feed from Boston! Lynn and I are looking forward to share/hear more later this week when we see family together.
The family of Arthur C. Bariahtaris uploaded a photo
Monday, April 29, 2019