Arthur R. “Art” Kenyon, a long-time resident of the Pittsburgh suburb of Plum Borough before moving to Catawba Island in 2015 to be with his daughter, and after residing in Marblehead and Sandusky, passed peacefully on June 24.
Preceded in death by his wife Mildred “Milly” (Putzlocker) Kenyon, his parents Bret and Bessie (Caffall) Kenyon and his sister Elizabeth. Survived by his three daughters, Kathryn (Frank) Olszewski, Susan (Thomas) Horvat and Judy (Timothy) McKenna, one grandson Jeffrey Horvat and one great-grandson Kyle Horvat.
Art retired from Diebold in 1989 and then was self-employed servicing safes, safe deposit boxes and locks for AAA and various local banks and businesses. He proudly served his country in the US Navy during World War II, stationed in the Mediterranean on an LST32. He loved telling his stories. If desired, the Kenyon family suggest memorials to Alzheimer’s Association at alz.org/donate.