Arthur Alan Geldhauser

  • Born: November 26, 1946
  • Died: September 20, 2017
  • Location: Canton, Georgia

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Marietta, GA 30064
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Tribute & Message From The Family

Arthur Alan Geldhauser, 70, passed away peacefully at Tranquility Hospice in Kennesaw September 20, 2017.
He leaves is wife of 48 years, Cindy; son, Derek, daughter-in-law, Meredith (Willis); two grandsons, Will and Wes Geldhauser; daughters Holly Benner, son-in-law, Matthew and daughter, Heidi Geldhauser. He also predeceases his brother William Geldhauser, sister-in-law, Diane, nephew Scott Geldhauser and niece Lyn Ann Finn.

Art had a passion for the outdoors and was an avid fisherman. He spent many hours on the water with friends and his son. He especially enjoyed fly fishing in his later years and was a charter member of Fly Fisherman of America.

Art's career in architectural lighting took him many places. His knowledge and strong work ethic earned him respect from all who knew him. However, he will be most remembered for his kindness. He was a proud, loving and devoted father and a much loved friend to many

Condolence & Memory Journal

Words cannot express how sad we feel at Art's passing. We are fortunate to have been able to know him. He was a wonderful person and a loving husband, father and grandfather. We are here for you always Cindy.

Posted by Kircheim Family - Canton, GA - Friend   November 26, 2017

Words cannot express the sadness our family feels at Art's passing. We are so thankful that we were given the opportunity to know him and love him. He was a special man, a wonderful husband, father and grandfather. Yours was an exceptional marriage. One of love, respect and support. A relationship that most never have, a relationship that endured and grew stronger over the years. Let the memories of your many happy years together sustain you. Art will be missed by many. We will be here for you always Cindy.

Posted by Kim Kircheim - Canton, GA - Friend   November 26, 2017


Dear Cindy, My love and prayers are with you and your family. I did not know Art very well except for talking to him at the gym and at some "socials," but I really liked him. He was always so kind and thoughtful. I will miss his smiling face.

Posted by Elizabeth Smith - Canton, GA   October 01, 2017

RIP my dear friend that i grew up with on cleveland ct.we had a lot of good times together. Henry ballman

Posted by henry ballman - cleveland ct, NJ - Friend   September 30, 2017

Cindy, my deepest condolences to you and your family on Art's passing.

Posted by Lorraine Barrette - Canton, GA - Friend   September 29, 2017

May you RIP from the " Ballman Family " Cleveland ct. Brick N.J. long time neighbor / friend

Posted by Joan Ballman - Middletown, RI - Friend   September 29, 2017

He will be missed. We think about him when we see someone fly fishing. We are so sorry for your loss. You will be in our prayers.

Posted by David and Sandra Wright - Canton, GA - Neighbor   September 26, 2017

Art was such a nice man. He became part of our Line Dance family. We enjoyed seeing him at the Moose Lodge. All of the men enjoyed his company. You had to be blind to not see how much he adored Cindy. She was the love of his life and his kindness spread throughout all who were near him. Happy fishing Art.

Posted by Frank/Ann Andriano - Canton, GA - Friend   September 26, 2017

Our hearts go out to your entire family. Art was such a wonderful neighbor and will be greatly missed. We will remember him fondly at Christmas time when he always seemed to find the one bulb on the roof that had burnt out as soon as Shane got down the ladder:)He had such a great since of humor! Art was so kind to my boys, always helping them out with fishing supplies. We are so thankful to have been his friends. We are here for you Cindy. Much love, The Moser family

Posted by Jill Moser - Canton, GA - Neighbor   September 26, 2017


We have only known Art for a very short time but it did not take us long to realize that Art was a wonderful person and we both wish we had known him earlier in our lives. Art liked to fish as much as Ken likes to hunt and that is a lot!!!!!! Art will be remembered and missed by so many. Carol & Ken Smith

Posted by Carol & Ken Smith - Cantoh, GA - Friend   September 26, 2017

Posted by Bill SCAROLA - Belleair bluffs, FL - Friend   September 26, 2017

Sorry for your loss,art will truly be missed,Andy and carol kubasky

Posted by Carol Kubasky - Painesville township, OH - Friend   September 26, 2017

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