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202 Stockton Street
HIGHTSTOWN, NJ 08520
Phone: 609-448-3456
Fax: 609-448-3477
Arthur Monsen

Arthur M Monsen

Thursday, September 30th, 1937 - Monday, March 30th, 2020
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For those of you growing up in East Windsor, NJ during the 70s and 80s, do you remember listening for the fire sirens letting us know that the fire truck was coming around with Santa? And hopefully all that you remember about the local volunteer fire company was the really great Christmas party they put on for the kids- and never had need of the volunteer heroes who manned it or the heroes who founded it. Maybe some of those Brooktree Residents remember the family with the motorcycles- and the big guy who rode them. Or that man who dragged a 100 year old six foot long bellows around with him to do blacksmith demonstrations at the Lakewood Renaissance Fair. Columbus Flea Market saw him as a regular walker buying his pumpernickel bagel and scratch offs once a week, every week, for 50 years. Some knew him from the Sons of Norway Lodge in Marlboro, NJ where he was a member for many years. Some from the Thursday suppers at the German American Club in Hamilton. And some just knew him by his iconic red suspenders.

Arthur Monsen was a gentle man, an artist, an engineer, an inventor. He lived a full life, leaving us too early at the age of 82. Arthur grew up in Staten Island/ Brooklyn, moved to Hightstown during his high school years, on to East Windsor where he raised his family, and then retired in Hamilton, NJ. He is survived by his wife- Beverly Keating, three children, grand daughter, great grand daughter, sister and nephew.

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Erin Doherty Heine

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So much love for such a wonderful person~ Rest In Peace. Sending love - The Heine Family
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Love and hugs and deep sympathy for your incredible loss. In honor of and in celebration of your father and his truly amazing life.
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Katy Janowski

Posted at 03:47pm
Dear Rob, I am very sorry for the loss of your Uncle Art. I remember him from way way back when he would stop by to visit you, Ronnie, your mom and your grandparents. I remember him playing Santa and the joy he got from doing that. He was a kind man. Please express my sympathy to your mom and to your cousins. Katy Janowski
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Kris Gustafson

Posted at 12:41pm
With heartfelt condolences. Arthur surely was an amazing man to have had such an amazing daughter !
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Diane Reed

Posted at 10:14am
My favorite memory of Kirk's father is from a visit to meet him and the rest of Kirk's family sometime in the early 2000's. He demonstrated how to make a metal hook in his blacksmith shop and let us play around with a metal cutting torch of some sort. I wish I had not been so shy that I turned down the opportunity to make my own metal hook. What an incredible memento that would have been.
Love to all his family,
Diane Champaigne Reed
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