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Re: RIP Art Anderson, age 76, TechnoKat mentor and Boy Scout Leader

I never formally met Art, but I could tell he was the type of person that that didn't matter. I could walk up to him and just start a conversation or ask for help and he would give it.

Although I didn't know him very well, I know I will miss seeing him at competitions and at IRI. To me Art was like a warm blanket, you felt good having him there.
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Re: RIP Art Anderson, age 76, TechnoKat mentor and Boy Scout Leader

When I read this in class, I had to take a moment and step out of class. I remember Art helping my team at CAGE and Boilermaker. He was running the encryption kiosk and was trying to help us get on to the field when our radio kept crapping out. He was an awesome guy and always seemed to be smiling. I'm praying for the Anderson family and Team 45. I really don't understand why bad things happen to good people.

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Re: RIP Art Anderson, age 76, TechnoKat mentor and Boy Scout Leader

I cannot put into words how shocking this story is! My heart goes out to the entire family as well as to the scouts that witnessed this terrible act. I personally never met Art, but just reading all of the posts by those that knew him makes me feel as if I did.

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Re: RIP Art Anderson, age 76, TechnoKat mentor and Boy Scout Leader

I can't believe it. I just meet him at IRI. I Introduced him at out table for the Mentor Dinner. He was such a nice guy. I'm so sorry to hear this.
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Re: RIP Art Anderson, age 76, TechnoKat mentor and Boy Scout Leader

This is truly one of the most terrible and random events that I have ever heard of. How tragic! Our sympathies and prayers go out to Art's family, the Boy Scouts, and The Technokats Robotics team in this time of loss. Art will be missed by many.
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Re: RIP Art Anderson, age 76, TechnoKat mentor and Boy Scout Leader

I wish I had the opportunity to meet Art although I am starting to feel I knew him through all of these wonderful recollections and the warm embrace from the FIRST family.

My heart cries out for the Anderson family.
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Re: RIP Art Anderson, age 76, TechnoKat mentor and Boy Scout Leader

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Re: RIP Art Anderson, age 76, TechnoKat mentor and Boy Scout Leader

I knew this man, heck I’ll come right out and say it: I loved this man.

How could you not love such a kind, gentle, patient and generous man? Words fail me here. The term may be technically inappropriate, but it’s the only word I know that describes people like Art: he was a saint.

Shock, disbelief, anger, and now just tears. There is no Earthly or logical way to understand these events. It seems as if old scratch found a troubled mind and used it to destroy a major force for good.

This should cause us to stop and think about what we are really doing at FIRST. Are we just training engineers? Are we simply steering young people towards success? There is something deeper happening here. FIRST has a stated goal of changing our culture. By doing this, we’ve joined the fight against ignorance and corruption. It is an ancient fight, and looking around the world today it may seem like we are losing ground to this enemy. But we must never give up.

I urge the FIRST community to think of Art often. Remember his kindness, his patience, and his generosity. We must keep Art alive in our hearts by following his example. We should honor the memory of his life’s triumphs by doing as he did. We have lost a battle, but we cannot allow the enemy to defeat us.

With great sadness, my wife Lori and I offer our condolences to the family and to all those who loved this wonderful man.
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Re: RIP Art Anderson, age 76, TechnoKat mentor and Boy Scout Leader

My condolences. I only met him in passing, but he's one of the people that make FIRST the great culture it is. He'll be deeply missed.
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Re: RIP Art Anderson, age 76, TechnoKat mentor and Boy Scout Leader

This is such a horrible tragedy. Art was such a great guy. My thoughts and prayers are with team 45, and Art's friends and family.
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Re: RIP Art Anderson, age 76, TechnoKat mentor and Boy Scout Leader

Any midwest events, championships, or IRI that I have traveled to; I have always seen Art in the pit. I passed by him so many times while he greeted me with a smile. Last year at Championship, he gave us a hand by lending us parts and giving ideas.

I am just at loss of words where I don't understand why this happens. I see stories everyday but it doesn't struck to me as this story has.

I am deeply sorry to hear this news. Mine and Team 108's condolence to Art's family, and to the family of Technokats.
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Re: RIP Art Anderson, age 76, TechnoKat mentor and Boy Scout Leader

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Since many folks from across the country have sent letters and made posts about Art and the Anderson family, I thought that I should make a follow-up post. Many TechnoKats attended Art Anderson's funeral today. About a dozen kids got out of school, joined about 8-9 mentors and we headed down to Indy for the ceremony. I was impressed by the formal dress that the students wore for this event.

The ceremony was attended by many, many friends and family. There were a few hundred crammed into the room. The back wall was lined with Boy Scouts and Scout Leaders. A young female rabbi from Kokomo's Temple B'nai Israel presided over the event and did a fantastic job. She told us about all that Art is and has been involved in, which was surprising to all in the room. I didn't know that Art started the University of Illinois college radio station while he studied there. I didn't know that Art built and flew his own plane for family vacations. I didn't know that Art and Alan would build their own computers in the 70's and 80's.

The ladies in Art's family sang beautiful songs during the service, and his daughters spoke about Art's work for the local Temple, the TechnoKats, and what all he did for his family.

Also, a father and son who have been involved in the Boy Scouts for a long time both spoke to us. The father served as a Scout Master with Art, and told us all about how Art would always fix everything (which was the theme throughout this ceremony and his lifetime). Then, this father introduced his son to speak, but before handing over the microphone, he asked all of the scouts in the room to recite the Boy Scout Oath. We saw about 60 men and boys stand up right away and begin saying their oath. Then, slowly, there was an older gentlemen, most likely in his late 80's or 90's, sitting to the right of Mary and I, as he joined in with the scouts. When he rose his right hand and made his pledge, most of us reached for our tissues.

After the ceremony, many folks went out to the cemetery for the burial. Later in the day, friends and family started visiting the Anderson family at the shiva at Art and Bette's house. We didn't stay very long there, but it was good to see family and friends, along with the Superintendent of Kokomo Schools pay his respect.

It was a lovely and sad celebration. I was able to print out the kind words in this thread and hand it to Bette. She appreciated what you all have said on ChiefDelphi and the facebook posts.

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Re: RIP Art Anderson, age 76, TechnoKat mentor and Boy Scout Leader

I can't even express the feelings in me after hearing about this event. It is always sad when someone you know passes on. Art was loved and respected by so many whose lives he enhanced. I know that the students he inspired will continue on teaching what he taught them to others. This was such a senseless loss that will effect everyone who knew him. My thoughts and prayers alnong with the rest of Exploding Bacons, are with The Andersons, the TechnoKats and his Scout troop
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... The ceremony was attended by many, many friends and family. There were a few hundred crammed into the room. The back wall was lined with Boy Scouts and Scout Leaders. A young female rabbi from Kokomo's Temple B'nai Israel presided over the event and did a fantastic job ... The ladies in Art's family sang beautiful songs during the service, and his daughters spoke about Art's work for the local Temple, the TechnoKats, and what all he did for his family ... After the ceremony, many folks went out to the cemetery for the burial. Later in the day, friends and family started visiting the Anderson family at the shiva at Art and Bette's house. We didn't stay very long there, but it was good to see family and friends, along with the Superintendent of Kokomo Schools pay his respect. It was a lovely and sad celebration. I was able to print out the kind words in this thread and hand it to Bette. She appreciated what you all have said on ChiefDelphi and the facebook posts.
Andy, I really appreciate your posts in this thread - You have done a wonderful job of communicating the feelings and experiences of many of us. I am so glad I was able to attend the funeral today. You perfectly described the service as "a lovely and sad celebration".

I wish I had known Art better. I had no idea what an amazing father, leader, mentor, and friend he was to so many. I hope his family could feel the love for Art in the room today, and I pray that helps temper their sorrow.
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I'm truly speechless. My family's thoughts and prayers are with Art, his family, and his FIRST friends. This is so shocking and sad.

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