Condolence From: Steve & Laura Roake, Tampa, FL
Condolence: We only had the honor of meeting Art on one occasion but spoke with him on the phone many times, my sister, Kay, was married to his son, Jerry. Art was quite a guy and to watch him with his beloved little white pup, Eddie, was a sight to see. Meeting Art was indeed a distinct honor. We thank Art for his time in the service defending this great nation and we know Art's rewards will be great! Our deepest sympathies to Terri and Frank and the entire Salyer family. R.I.P., Art Salyer, you will be missed.
Condolence From: Visiting Angels of Westerville, Westerville, Ohio
Condolence: We are so sorry and sad to learn of Art's passing. May he rest peacefully in the loving arms of our Lord. You are all in our thoughts and prayers.
Condolence From: Stephanie Jordan, Pataskala, Ohio
Condolence: God Bless and thank you Art for your service. I was blessed to get to meet you and hear your stories. I always looked forward to seeing you in my office. It always made those days the brightest.
Condolence From: Tim Halter, Columbus, OH
Condolence: A good God-fearing man, he will be missed.
Condolence From: Herb Guyer-Sharfenaker USMC, Columbus, Ohio
Condolence: God Bless and a Heartfelt Thank YOU for your service in WWII. The USA would NOT be as it is today. I treasure the freedoms for which you fought with the 671st. Tank Destroyer Battalion, in the Pacific. Art you are ONE of "The Greatest Generation". And Semper Fi. Soldier.
Note: He must have worked with my Uncle Ethel"Rog" Rogers at Coated Fabfics.