In Memory

Art Autorino

Art Autorino

Our sincere condolences to the Autorino family.  We will miss seeing Art at our 60th reunion.

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02/11/24 07:56 AM #1    

Doug Fritts

My condolances to the Autorino family. I remember Art usually had a nice smile and was a fun guy.

02/13/24 11:55 AM #2    

Patricia Orgain

I send sympathy to his family. What a loss.
One of our bright lights gone! Artie was a live wire at Hillside and full of life at MHS. I had the pleasure of having him as a neighbor briefly in Shelburne, Vermont. He was making big career waves and was very impressive. Fondest recent memories are of Art at reunions, adding so much fun and good cheer. I will miss him a lot. 

02/17/24 08:46 AM #3    

Laurie Bell (Newhouse)

My condolences to Art's family.  It was such a shock to see his name in our Memories' section.  I had just sent him a Happy Birthday email and hoped I would see him at the next reunion.  In the last 1 1/2 years I had found out that Art and my sister-in-law knew each other because of their work with the National Seashore on Cape Cod. I was hoping someday to reconnect in person with Art when I visited the Cape on my way to Nantucket.  He was a good guy!

02/19/24 04:24 PM #4    

Susan Hawkey (Murphy)

I have fond memories of Art in some of my classes and hanging out at Bonds. He was so much fun to hang out with at our many parties. Sorry I will miss our reunion as the last one was great. My condolences to his family. I enjoyed reading the comments. 

02/20/24 02:35 PM #5    

Barbara Behrle (Podeswa)

I've started to write in this Memory field many times, but the words are hard to put down.  My sincere condolences go out to Arty's wife and family.  I have so many memories of times with Arty in High School and at our many reunions and gatherings.  He was my first "going steady" boyfriend, and later became a cherished friend.  He was so smart and had a wonderful sense of humor and was quick to laugh.  He had an outstanding career, and later became a prominent figure as a leader in his community.  I miss him very much, as I know all who knew him will.  

02/26/24 08:26 AM #6    

Nancy Pumphrey (Walton)

So sorry to read this....he was such a good guy.....tough age we are all at....

02/28/24 08:22 AM #7    

Carol Caruso (Mancusi-Ungaro Steen)

I am so sad to hear this news. Artie was the best -thoughtful and kind. He also made me laugh the hardest at our 50th. So many memories. My heart goes out to his family. 

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