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Arthur D'Angelo

March 30, 1950 — March 26, 2017

Arturo Edward D’Angelo, 66 , of Grand Prairie, Texas, died on March 26, 2017, following a battle with cancer.
Graveside Service 2 p.m. Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at Emerald Hills Memorial Park.
Arthur, or Art, as he was known, was born in Sharon, Pennsylvania on March 30, 1950, the son of Frank and Mary (Rossi)  D’Angelo.  He graduated from Hubbard, Ohio High School in 1968 and from Tulane University, where he received a B.A. in history, Cum Laude, in 1971.  He later moved to Dallas, Texas in 1973 and established a printing company, Logan Graphics, where he continued to work until the onset of his illness.  He was a hard worker and  passionate about everything he did.  He loved traveling with family members and friends an appreciation of the history of every place he visited.  He returned  twice a year, to the family farm in Ohio, where his older brother Fiori, continues to live.  He was an avid gardener whose work was admired by everyone.  He loved dachshunds, and was preceded in death by his beloved dachshund, Bob.  Art was predeceased by his parents and  his sister, Kathleen.    He survived by a sister and three brothers.   His brother, Mario and wife Cathy of Shreveport, Louisiana, his niece, Callie Byrd and great nephew, Jaxon Byrd, of Texarkana, Texas, along with his close friends, Cathy Brignole, Bianca Chandler and Sue Pearcy were with him at the end. Art is also remembered by his Logan Graphics family and Nottingham neighbors.

The family would like to thank Art’s many friends and neighbors for their care and support during Art’s illness, as well as the doctors, nurses and caregivers of the Arlington Memorial Hospital Cancer Center and Heritage Oaks Nursing Home.

Art was a generous man and supported The St. Joseph’s Indian School in Chamberlain SD. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in his name to St. Joseph’s at www.stjo.org.

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