Arthur Niederbuhl
In Memory of
Arthur F. "Art"
1925 - 2018
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Fortune - Keough Funeral Home
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Connie & Sandy
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Condolence From: Bucky & Connie Willette
Condolence: Dear Ones, I was so shocked and saddened to hear about Art's passing. What a wonderful person and gentleman he was. May it help to know that he is now at rest for eternity with his beloved Norma. Fond memories of them will live on.
Sincerely, Bucky 7 Connie Willette
Friday January 26, 2018
Condolence From: Dick and Carol Trudeau
Condolence: To all the Niederbuhl Family

You are in our thoughts and prayers for such a loss of a

great man. He was always so pleasant and nice to chat with.

He will be missed by many. May your many good memories

sustain you through this great loss.

Monday January 15, 2018
Condolence From: Linda
Condolence: Dear Claire and family, Vince and I are saddened by your father’s passing. We know you are celebrating his life, and will miss his great family leadership, community involvement, and his zest for life!
Monday January 15, 2018
Condolence From: Jackie Pelky O'Neil
Condolence: So sad to hear of your Dad's death.
But now he is joined again with your Mom.
Such a beautiful couple!
They are "Dancing In Heaven"!
Love to all,
Monday January 15, 2018
Condolence From: Judy Knecht
Condolence: Dear John and Carol: Jim and I always looked forward to seeing your Dad at bridge in Paul Smiths. He was the consummate gentleman and perennial optimist. I never heard an unkind word pass his lips. He was a delight to be with. He was a wonderful husband to Norma and the proudest patriarch of the family they created. Art will be sorely missed.
My sincerest condolences,
Monday January 15, 2018
Condolence From: Al and Eleanor Engel
Dear John and family,

We were so sorry to hear about your dad's passing. He was such an especially nice person who always had a ready smile and welcoming greeting. He was so caring and attentive to your mother and always complimented her on her bridge play even if she had made a mistake. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him.

Al and Eleanor Engel
Sunday January 14, 2018
Condolence From: Steven Salls
Condolence: My Condolence to the Niederbuhl Family.RIP Arther.
Saturday January 13, 2018
Condolence From: Mary W Johnson
Condolence: I spent last Tuesday afternoon playing bridge with Mr. Niederbuhl. It was another lovely afternoon of coffee and dessert and fun. We laughed quite a bit because Art & I had three consecutive contracts of 3NT! Of course, we made the contracts and Art played one that especially showed off his prowess as a bridge player. I will always treasure his, "Good job, partner!" and "Well done!" comments to this novice bridge player. During the afternoon, Art told us stories of his early life in Saranac Lake and where each of his children lives today. Such a wonderful life.

When he got in his car, he said, "Goodby, girls." I am thankful that I knew him if only briefly.

My heartfelt condolences to his family.
Saturday January 13, 2018
Condolence From: Warrene McCarthy
Condolence: I worked for Art at Normans Store for over ten years. He was one of the nicest persons I've ever known. He, Norma and Artie were fantastic to work for. My condolences go out to all the children and their spouses along with grandchildren and great grandchildren. His family was very important to him. He was a True Gentleman and will be missed by many.
Saturday January 13, 2018
Condolence From: Paul Laba
Condolence: Art Neiderbuhl was my Math teacher during my high school years at St. Pius High School in the 60's. He was a kind and wonderful teacher and a great influence on me, inspiring me to pursue Mathematics after my graduation. I'm forever grateful.

My condolences to John, Art Jr. and Clair, and other Niederbuhl children. Your father was a very special person.
Friday January 12, 2018