Arthur Wadge Obituary: Member of the Nicholson Athletic Association Passed Away

It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Arthur R. Wadge III, a valued member of the Nicholson community. Arthur, 45, of Nicholsonpassed away on Sunday, January 21, at his home. Born in Scranton, he was the son of Arthur R. Wadge Jr. of Nicholson and the late Joan B. Teserovitch Wadge.

Prior to his illness, Arthur worked as the maintenance manager for Nicholson Borough and was also employed at Nicholson NAPA auto parts. His dedication to his community went beyond his professional life. Arthur was a cherished member of the Nicholson Athletic Association, where he actively participated in various sporting events and activities. Additionally, he was a lifetime member of the Nicholson Fire Company, demonstrating his commitment to serving and protecting his community.

Arthur made significant contributions to the Nicholson community. He was a former coach of the Nicholson Christy Mathewson Girls Little League softball team, using his passion for sports to positively impact and inspire young athletes. Known for his love of hunting, bowling, and his willingness to help others, his presence in the community will be greatly missed.

Arthur’s sense of humor was a defining characteristic, and he was known for his favorite saying, “Don’t let your meatloaf!” He is survived by his three sisters, Sherry Anderson, Valerie Wadge, and Stacey Derylak, as well as his paternal grandmother, Mary Oakley.

We invite everyone to honor the memory of Arthur Wadge and celebrate his life. Pay tribute to Arthur’s legacy by sharing your stories, fond memories, and heartfelt tributes. Let’s come together as a community to remember and honor Arthur Wadge, a beloved member of the Nicholson Athletic Association and a true friend to many.

Key Takeaways:

  • Arthur R. Wadge III, 45, of Nicholson, passed away on Sunday, January 21 at home.
  • Prior to his illness, he worked as the maintenance manager for Nicholson Borough and was also employed at Nicholson NAPA auto parts.
  • Arthur was a cherished member of the Nicholson Athletic Association and a lifetime member of the Nicholson Fire Company.
  • He was known for his love of hunting, bowling, and his willingness to help others.
  • Survived by his three sisters, Sherry Anderson, Valerie Wadge, and Stacey Derylak, as well as his paternal grandmother, Mary Oakley.

Remembering Arthur Wadge’s Contributions to the Nicholson Community

Arthur Wadge was a dedicated member of the Nicholson community, making significant contributions throughout his life. His involvement in the Nicholson Athletic Association and the Nicholson Fire Company showcased his passion for community engagement and his commitment to serving others.

As a proud member of the Nicholson Athletic Association, Arthur actively participated in various sporting events and activities. He was not only a passionate athlete but also a coach for the Nicholson Christy Mathewson Girls Little League softball team. Through his dedication, he had a positive impact on many young athletes, nurturing their skills and fostering a love for the game.

Arthur’s contributions extended beyond the field. He was a longstanding member of the Nicholson Fire Company, demonstrating his unwavering commitment to protecting and serving the community. His selflessness and willingness to go above and beyond for others was evident in his dedication to ensuring the safety and well-being of his neighbors.

Arthur’s presence in the Nicholson community will be deeply missed, but his contributions will be remembered and cherished for years to come. His legacy serves as a reminder of the power of community engagement and the positive impact one person can have on those around them.

Arthur Wadge’s Contributions

OrganizationRoleImpact
Nicholson Athletic AssociationActive ParticipantEngaged in various sporting events and activities
Nicholson Christy Mathewson Girls Little League softball teamCoachHad a positive impact on young athletes
Nicholson Fire CompanyMemberDemonstrated commitment to serving and protecting the community

Arthur Wadge’s contributions left a lasting imprint on the Nicholson community. His dedication, passion, and selflessness serve as an inspiration for others to make a difference. As we remember and honor his memory, let us strive to follow in his footsteps, embracing community engagement and leaving a positive impact on those around us.

Honoring the Memory of Arthur Wadge

We invite everyone to honor the memory of Arthur Wadge by sharing their tributes and stories. Arthur’s passing has left a void in the hearts of those who knew him, and his impact will continue to be felt for years to come.

Whether you have a fond memory, a funny anecdote, or a heartfelt tribute, we encourage you to share it to celebrate his life and the joy he brought to others. By sharing our stories, we not only honor Arthur’s legacy but also find solace in knowing that his memory will live on through the experiences and memories he shared with us.

Let us come together as a community to remember and honor Arthur Wadge, a beloved member of the Nicholson Athletic Association, and a true friend to many.

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