I have so many wonderful memories of Arthur. He was the first business-savvy mentor that I had in my professional life, as I transitioned out of student jobs into a career. He always had sound advice to give, despite skirting the boundaries of office food etiquette with his tuna salad bagels and coffee and cigars (this was way way back when). The way he absolutely lit up when he talked about Marjatta, Erik and Nina was a pure example of “relationship goals.” Facebook gave us the chance to stay in touch as he became a farmer and Grampa, and I always looked forward to seeing his posts about errant peacocks, indoor sheep, and always his bragging about Marjatta’s culinary wizardry. My heart breaks for his family—the world is a sadder place without him. He will be missed.
I am deeply saddened by the news of Arthur's passing.
Arthur Epstein had hired me at a young age and this is where I had seen a work ethic unmatched. I continue to live up to Arthur's standards of best practices and hard work. Through all these years we remained in touch and discussed tools and small motor equipment. My deepest condolences to Marjatta, Nina, Erik, family and friends.
There is no doubt in my mind that
Heaven has received one exceptional soul.
Rest In Peace
So sad to hear of Arthurs passing. He was a kind and funny guy. Anyone who loves all animals and is happily married, gets 5 stars in my book of life. He will be missed and I wish you strength and peace during this mournful period.