Arthur C. Fleischmann, Sr., aged 95, entered into eternal rest on May 4, 2020, at Masonicare Health & Hospice in Wallingford, CT. He was born May 17, 1924, in Norwood, NJ, to the late Arthur & Pauline (Eckart) Fleischmann. After graduation from Tenafly HS in 1942, he enlisted in the Navy during World War II, serving as a signalman on destroyer escorts in the Atlantic & Pacific theaters. He lived nearly 50 years in Dumont, NJ, until the late 1990's, moving to Hamden CT after his retirement, having worked as a bookkeeper for a local restaurant. He enjoyed playing the piano for family & friends, and in a small band. Arthur was pre-deceased by Helen (Dilorenzo) Fleischmann, his loving wife of 71 years, and a brother Calvin Fleischmann, of Randolph, NY. He is survived by his son, Arthur Jr. & wife Julia, daughter Donna Earley, grandchildren Arthur III, Christina (Timothy) Freer, Casey (Michael) Erickson, & William Worrell, and 6 great-grandchildren, and will be remembered as a loving, caring & sensitive man, greatly missed by all who knew him. Funeral arrangements are through Beecher & Bennett, 2300 Whitney Ave., Hamden, CT. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to: The Masonicare Annual Appeal, c/o The Masonicare Charity Foundation of Connecticut, PO Box 70, Wallingford, CT 06492. Please direct that your donation be made to the Masonicare Healthcare Center in memory of Arthur Fleischmann, Sr. Arthur's family expresses their deep appreciation and thanks to Masonicare Health & Hospice, and especially to his CNA, Regina, for the loving care provided to him in the last few years of his life.

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  1. Dad was my hero. The only man in my life who never let me down. He was a kind, generous, loving father. I will miss him forever. Rest in peace and say hello to Mom now.

  2. I remember so many times at Grandma’s house, Uncle Art playing a beautiful piece on the piano. He was so talented and brought so much to those family gatherings. I’ll miss his smile and gentle nature. Rest, in much deserved, peace. Love to you always!

  3. Art was a true gentleman and patriot. Ron Gowac and I both just loved to converse with him when he lived in Pond Hollow in Hamden. Rest in peace dear Art. Now you and your lovely bride, Helen can trip the light fantastic. Nettie Lees and Ron Gowac

  4. What I remember most about Uncle Arthur is how he brought so much joy to us playing the piano. He taught us how to play Heart and Soul. I always enjoyed speaking with him because he was so engaged and knowledgeable. You knew he cared. We loved Uncle Arthur and will miss him. Our thoughts, prayers ad love are with the family.

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