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Arthur W. Kellogg

Born: Thu., Oct. 13, 1932
Died: Wed., Sep. 9, 2015


Visitation

7:00 PM to 9:00 PM, Sat., Sep. 12, 2015
2:00 PM to 4:00 PM, Sun., Sep. 13, 2015
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM, Sun., Sep. 13, 2015
Location: Kopler - Williams Funeral Home


Funeral Service

11:00 AM Mon., Sep. 14, 2015
Location: Rushford Baptist Church


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Rushford---Arthur W. Kellogg of 9794 Hardy’s Corner Road, died Wednesday September 9, 2015 in the Hart Comfort House, Wellsville. He was born on October 13, 1932 in Fillmore, a son of the late Nellis and Winifred Buttifant Kellogg. On May 21, 1988 in the Rushford Baptist Church he married Ruby Roberta Borden who predeceased him March 13, 2002. On May 3, 2003 in his home he married Marilyn Clark Witt who survives.

 

Art bought the family farm from his mother, where he lived for 70 years, and worked very hard. He had 50 heifers and 50 cows, all of his registered cows had the Special K prefix. He also loved his garden.

 

He was a member of the Rushford Baptist Church, the Rushford Senior Citizens, Arcade Seniors and the Motorola Retirees Group.

 

Surviving in addition to his wife are two step-daughters Audra (Steve) Becker of Rushford, Jill (Jon) Baker of Wellsville, two granddaughters, Heather and Catherine Becker of Rushford, a brother, Dr. Richard Kellogg of Alfred, a sister, Dr. Ruth (Carlos Gutierrez) Kellogg of Saratoga Springs, a niece Carolyn (Nick) Jonas of Wellsville, a nephew Philip (Jeanne) Kellogg of Ohio, and great-niece Catlin Jonas of Wellsville.

 

In addition to his parents and first wife he was predeceased by a special cousin, Lois Bruce.

 

Family and friends may gather from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. on Saturday, September 12, 2015 and from 2:00 to 4:00 and 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. on Sunday, September 13, 2015 at the Kopler-Williams Funeral Home, 21 N. Genesee Street, Fillmore. A funeral service will be held on Monday, September 14, 2015 at the Rushford Baptist Church at 11:00 a.m. Pastor Jonathan Finley and Art McElheny will officiate. Burial will be in White Cemetery, Rushford.

 

Memorials if desired to: Hart Comfort House, Rushford Rescue Squad or Rushford Baptist Church.

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Clair & Connie Armison
   Posted Thu September 10, 2015
To the Family of Arthur Kellogg,
We are so saddened to hear of your loss ! Art was a good neighbor and long time friend we enjoyed knowing through the years. He will be sadly missed by us, and many others.
At least we know he has a new home with his Lord and Savior. Completely healed of all his problems. We will uplift the family in prayer that Jesus will surround you and bring the comfort and peace, which only He can supply.

Tom and Judy Morris
   Posted Thu September 10, 2015
We are so saddened by the death of our dear friend, Arthur! He was the best neighbor for the many years we lived next door to him. Even when we moved away to Ohio, he would call and visit via phone. We loved this dear man. His suffering is past and he is Home at last. Our prayers and thoughts are now centered on the family and friends he has left behind. Someday we will see him again.

Lori Bloch
   Posted Fri September 11, 2015
So sorry for your loss. You & Art loved each other very much & now you have a heart full of good memories to cherish until one day when you will meet face to face again. Deuteronomy 33:27, The eternal God is your refuge, and underneath are the everlasting arms.

Phil and Sue Brooks
   Posted Fri September 11, 2015
To the family of Art Kellogg,
We were very sad to hear of Art's passing, as he has been a wonderful family friend over the years. His sly smile and unique laugh will be greatly missed. Labor days without a conversation with Art will never be the same. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Phil and Sue Brooks

Dawn Durkee
   Posted Fri September 11, 2015
To Art's family--
I am sad to hear of my old neighbor's passing. He and his mom and wife Roberta would stop by and visit after my accident. I always enjoyed the Christmas letter they sent detailing the year's adventure's. Marilyn continued the tradition. He will be missed He was a good farmer and nice man. RIP Art.
My sympathies,
Dawn Durkee

Cindy Durkee and Clark Parry
   Posted Fri September 11, 2015
Dear Marilyn: We are so sorry to hear this news. We loved Arthur. He always called me his little neighbor girl. He was so proud of his home, his barn and his cows. Someone told me years ago that Arthur's cows loved him, too. I believe it. We always enjoyed the news letters. Our hearts go out to you. I know you brought him many years of happiness. Love, Cindy and Clark.

Pastor Jim and Dawn
   Posted Fri September 11, 2015
What an example of the Biblical characteristic of Meekness. He had, and still has in our mind's eye, a wonderful testimony of having a sure and great confidence in his Lord. We are praying for Marilyn and thanking God for all His goodness and mercy that He has shown the family over these past months. (Phil 1:3)

Rich and Joyce Klee
   Posted Fri September 11, 2015
We have always loved your family. Art was a great guy and he will surely be missed. The Lord had his home ready and took his hand. What a great feeling to know that his last breath on earth was his first breath in Heaven.

John and Cindy Nichols
   Posted Sat September 12, 2015
The neighborhood will never be the same without Arthur. He was a great neighbor and family friend to us for many years and then the same to our boys. He will be missed by all who knew him and had the privilege of having him in their lives. Our condolences to his family. May God comfort you all with His presence and give you His peace.

Jacki Rich
   Posted Sat September 12, 2015
Such a nice photo of him. He was such a wonderful man. I have known him since I was in 4th grade, when we moved to the farm next to his. Every summer evening I would go over back of his farm or across the road fromhis house, and herd his cows into the barn with our little Shetland pony, Queenie. Every January 8th, Art and his mother would come to our house to celebrate his Mom's and my birthday. I don't remember a birthday without them. He was an extremely gentle man. I never experienced him being angry. They were great neighbours, a wonderful childhood experience, and will be sadly and greatly missed! Rest in Peace Mr. Kellogg. We love you!!

Eugene and Patricia Randolph
   Posted Sat September 12, 2015
so sorry for your loss, Marilyn and family! We are thinking of you with love and prayers being sent!! His love and memories will sustain you through the hard times and he will be with you always in your heart!

Jeremy and Kathy (Gilbert) Taylor
   Posted Sun September 13, 2015
Mr. Kellogg was very dear to our hearts. I will always cherish the times I spent at Mr. and Mrs. (Roberta) Kellogg's house. They were my first "bosses", but always treated me like a granddaughter. I thank God for their Godly influence in my life!
May God comfort your heart, Mrs. Kellogg, as only He can. Much love to you! Kathy

Susie and Denny Milgate
   Posted Mon September 14, 2015
Marilyn, Richard, Ruth, and family,
How we loved and appreciated Art. Though he will be greatly missed we are grateful he is out of pain at last and united with his Savior and the family members who have gone before. Our hearts are flooded with many happy memories of him and your family.
We pray God's comfort for each of you.

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