Charles William Artus

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Hancock - Charles passed at home July 25, 2019 after a long battle with heart disease.
Charles was born September 16, 1938 in Milo, Maine to Raymond and Olive Artus, he was raised by his aunt and uncle Pat and Olga Pinette. He graduated from Milo High School in 1957. He married the love of his life Norma September 19, 1959. He proudly served for the United States Navy for 4 years stationed in Africa and on the USS Pawcatuck. He was an avid business man throughout his life owning several businesses. He also had a great love for family and Corvettes.
He was predeceased by his wife of 56 years Norma Jeanne Patterson Artus, father Raymond Artus, mother Olive Artus, aunt Olga Artus Pinette and uncle Pat Pinette.
He is survived by his son Scott Artus and wife Kathy of Milo, daughter Dawn King and husband Ernie King of Hancock; sister Sheila Kuchinski of Milo; daughter Cheryl French of Dover Foxcroft; granddaughter Jessica Snowdeal and husband Anson along with great grandsons Cameron, Kayden and Maxx; grandson Blaine Chadwick and great grandson Connor, Grandson Justin Artus, Grandson Charles Artus, grandsons Trey Weymouth, Chris Weymouth, Cory Weymouth and grandaughter Heidi Weymouth. Several great grand children and 1 great great grandchild along with several nieces and nephews.
He will also be greatly missed by his loving fur baby Lexi.
Graveside services will be held at Evergreen Cemetary in Milo, Maine on August 3rd from 12:00-1:30. After the service please Join us for snacks, drinks and memories. Details will be shared after the service.
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Wayne Gothrow
Aug 03, 2019
I’ll miss you uncle Charles you were an amazing man with an awesome sense of humor rest easy be back with your wife and say hello to my dad
Dawn
Jul 31, 2019
It’s so hard not seeing you across the hall when I get up in the morning. I know your with mom now and that gives me peace but it doesn’t take the pain of not having you with me away. I love you so much dad and you took a big piece of my heart with you. Until we meet again ride in the wind with mom ❤️❤️
Kathy and Carroll Witham
Jul 30, 2019
Dear Dawn and Scott and families, We’ve known your Dad literally all our lives. Neighbors, friends and Cribbage partner. The list goes on and on. So sorry for your loss. Love, The Withams
Benjamin & Sharon Newman
Jul 30, 2019
Dear Dawn and Family,
Please accept our deepest condolences. Your father was a wonderful man who loved his family deeply. He was a success beyond measure in his personal and professional life and he left this world a better place.
With love,
Ben and Sharon
Angela Gould Bragg
Jul 30, 2019
Prayers 🙏 of comfort and peace and strength. It was an honor to have known Charlie and Wife Norma. Always greeted with a smile. R.I.P.
Marie Hayes
Jul 29, 2019
Both were so helpful to Bob and I when we first moved to Milo. Never will forget their kindness.
Merry Burton
Jul 29, 2019
My sincerest condolences to the family...Rest in Peace Charlie....you will be missed...I'll bet it was a happy day in Heaven 💕
Jon and Kristen Stiles
Jul 29, 2019
Please accept our sincerest condolences ion the loss of Charlie... what a blessing that he was such an amazing figure in all of your lives. We wish you peace in the knowledge that he has been reunited with Norma... 🙏
Theresa Horne
Jul 29, 2019
We are so sorry to hear this. Our prayers go out to the family. He was such a sweet and nice man and will be greatly missed.
Kathy and Bruce White
Jul 29, 2019
Sorry to hear of your Dads passing. Thinking of you all.
Leon Artus. / Elaine Vaillancourt
Jul 29, 2019
Great guy that will be sorely missed. Our condolences to the whole family.
Ellis Additon
Jul 29, 2019
Scott,Dawn and families,
Sad to read this.
I can still see your Dad and Mom coming through the door of Northern Sports and Duchess running to greet them.
Your Dad would always make sure she had a treat before he did anything else.
My thoughts are with you.
Ellis
Woodrow (Jim) Harmon
Jul 28, 2019
I am so sorry!
Jul 28, 2019