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Arthur E. Lust
Arthur E. LustFlagArthur E. Lust age 79 of Plain City died Monday evening at the Memorial Hospital of Union County following a short illness

He was born January 8, 1928 in Prospect to the late Elmer John and Alice (Neidhart) Lust, also predeceased by granddaughter: Stephanie Lust, brother: Harold Lust and 2 sisters: Esther Halt and Mary Thomas

Art worked for almost 50 yrs for Miller Implement Dealership in Delaware as a Salesman, then for 10 yrs with JD Equipment in London
Art was a 1946 graduate of the Pleasant High School, was a veteran of the Army during Korea where he was part of a group called “The 4 Horsemen” who were 4 young men from Marion that enlisted and were shipped to the front lines all at the same time. He had attended the Emanuel Lutheran Church in Marion, member and Past Commander of the Waldo American Legion, member of the Delaware Moose Lodge and the VFW Post in Plain City

He enjoyed fishing, watching sports on TV, but most of all he enjoyed his family, especially his grandchildren

Surviving are his children and their families: Steve & Geri Lust of Prospect and their daughter Rachel, Lynne Miley of Marion and her daughters: Lindsey and Lori, Tracy & Melody Lust of Prospect and their Children: Courtney, Clay and Kendall, and Annette & Harry Holler of Marion and their Children: Wes, Katey and Alissa,
Brother and Sister: David Lust of Prospect and Martha Crabtree of Marion, numerous neices and nephews
Also surviving is his Best Friend and Companion: Ruth Ann Weeks of Plain City, her children and Grandchildren: Gary D. Weeks of Plain City and his children: Kelsey and Alex, and Roger D. & Ann Weeks of Plain City and their children: Bethany and Jennifer

Funeral services will be held Friday January 11, 2008 at 11:00 am at the Emanuel Lutheran Church in Marion, Rev. J. Weston Jones will officiate, burial will be in the Waldo Cemetery, where there will be veteran graveside services conducted by the Marion County United Veterans Council  Friends may call from 4 to 8 PM on Thursday at the Stofcheck-Ballinger Funeral Home, Richwood.

Memorial gifts may be made to the Emanuel Lutheran Church at 241 S. Prospect St. Marion, Ohio 43302 and or the Stephanie K. Lust Memorial Scholarship Fund at 504 South State St. Marion, Ohio 43302

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#1 from: Wilma Anderson, Gene sites
Leesburg, Florida
Wed, Jan 9, 2008 at 6:16 PM

Our thouhts and prayers are with all of Arts beloved family.
The years we knew Art and Ruth was very special years, we all loved the lake and had so much fun! Art will be truly missed!
Good friends, Wilma& Gene



#2 from: ron and jen stauch
5728 co rd 109 mt gilead ohio 43338
Wed, Jan 9, 2008 at 10:55 PM

I work with Art at Miller IMP . HE was always joking around . HE will be missed.  



#3 from: William and Mary McClary
Magnetic Springs
Wed, Jan 9, 2008 at 11:18 PM

I feel like part of your family, and this is a great loss to all of us. Art was like a grandfather to me and I will miss him. If you need anything at all, do not hesitate to ask.



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#5 from: PERRY KRAFT
LONDON, OH
Thu, Jan 10, 2008 at 10:34 AM

Dear Lust and Weeks Family,

I have worked with Art indirectly at JD for the past 8 years.  Art was always someone that you wanted to talk to whether it be for his opinion or to just see him smile or laugh.  He was one that you could always joke around with and have a good laugh with.  He will be missed.
I am sorry that I won't be able to attend the viewing for my grandmother passed away on Monday morning and there is still more closure that needs to happen there.
My condolences!

Perry (or as Art like to call me Perry Mason!) Kraft




#6 from: Kathleen Laird
Marion, Ohio
Thu, Jan 10, 2008 at 11:05 AM

Lynne and family,
My thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time.
Kathy (Walston) Laird



#7 from: Sheree Klingel
mountgilead,ohio
Sat, Jan 12, 2008 at 2:28 PM

I hope that you know have all my love and sympathy. To all the children, Steve, Lynne, tracy and annette.



#8 from: BRYAN VAN DYNE
SPRINGFIELD, OHIO
Thu, Jan 17, 2008 at 12:16 PM

I WORKED WITH ART AT J.D. EQUIPMENT IN LONDON FOR ABOUT A YEAR AND A HALF. I WORKED IN THE LAWN AND GARDEN SERVICE DEPT. WITH ART AND HE PICKED UP AND DELIVERED OUR SERVICE MOWERS.ART TAUGHT ME A LOT ABOUT JOHN DEERE. BUT, MORE IMPORTANTLY, HE TAUGHT ME WHAT A STRONG WORK ETHIC WAS.ART WORKED CIRCLES AROUND MEN HALF HIS AGE AND SMILED ALL THE WHILE.HE ALSO REINFORCED TO ME WHAT WAS REALLY IMPORTANT IN LIFE. FAMILY AND FRIENDS. I AM HONORED TO HAVE KNOWN AND WORKED WITH ART LUST.




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