Arthur “Art” Trudo (Superman), 50, of Jericho, passed away suddenly on Tuesday, March 30, 2021. He is now pain-free and resting peacefully after a long courageous battle with cancer.
Art was born to Kathy (Lafave) and Arthur Trudo, Jr. in Westfield, Ma. on June 18, 1970.
He resided most of his life in the North Country and was known by many and always as a “hard worker”. Art shared a special and close bond with his “Uncle Butch” Trudo.
He worked for him moving and setting mobile homes for many years and always valued that time with his uncle.
Art’s final place of employment was at Terrace West Apartments where he met and formed many lasting relationships with the tenants he worked for.
Art’s greatest accomplishment he felt was his family and the life he had built for himself, his wife and children. He often stated “He loved them more than life itself”. He had no regrets and felt blessed !
His “best day ever” was the day his son, Arthur Trudo IV was born, and he was so proud of the man his son Brandon had become. His “proudest” day was the completion of the family homestead he rebuilt for his family to love and live-in with him. He built a beautiful family and home that was full of love.
He was predeceased by many loved ones, family and friends who arrived in Heaven before him. Art was looking forward to re-uniting with each one day, but he looked forward mostly to seeing his Dad, Arthur Trudo Jr. again in Heaven as he passed away when Art was a young boy.
Left to “cherish and carry on” his memory include his wife, Nicole (Bruno) Trudo, his sons; Arthur Trudo IV and Brandon Barber with his fiancée Jayd Macey, his mother and step father; Kathy and Denis Tetreault, a sister; Angel Trudo and Matt Goulette, a brother; Vance Trudo, sister in law and brother in law; Lisa and Marlon, nieces and nephews; Kelsey and John Letts, Spencer and Paige Trudo, Cierra and Lexi McDonald, his “fur-babies” who he loved and loved him dearly, Art’s closest and dearest friends Angie Burke and Jeff (Krank) Laundry, his fellow biker brothers and sisters, and his amazing and supportive family of Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and friends ! Art knew he was loved and never alone.
Art’s family wants to express their appreciation and thanks to all who have been there through his illness. We have so many of you to thank! Much appreciation to all Aunts, Uncles, Cousins and especially Aunt Cindy for being Art’s biggest advocate and guidance though out his journey. His friends Ding-Ding, Staci, Donna, Krank, Dizzy, Angie, Serina, Leonard and all- we are so thankful !
At Art’s request, he will be cremated and there are no services. However, Art wanted to throw a party (does that surprise anyone?) so we invite everyone who knew Art to join us to celebrate his life at our home on the evening of June 18, 2021 (Art’s birthday) at 6:00 pm at 1964 Rand Hill Road. Please stop and share your memories of Art and celebrate his life.
Donations in Art’s memory may be made to the Hope Lodge in Burlington, Vermont
Arrangements are entrusted to the Brown Funeral Home, 3123 Miner Farm Road, Altona, NY 12910. Online condolences may be offered at www.brownfuneralhomeinc.com