Arthur Lee Martin April 1, 1924 – August 4, 2016 Arthur Lee was born April 1, 1924 in Atlanta, Georgia and entered the church Triumphant on August 4, 2016. Arthur was preceded in death by his wife of 54 years, Anne Louise O’Connell Martin. He is survived by his three children John, Carol, and Kathy, his granddaughter Jacquelyn, his nephews John Sartain and Jeryl Sartain and his nieces Jan Sartain Teal and Marie Hartley. Arthur Lee was a graduate of the class of 1942 from Boys High School in Atlanta. He graduated from the University of Georgia after his service during World War II. He was retired from Scripto and Asbery Ferst, Inc. He served in the United States Army Air Corps during World War II. He was a long time member of the Piedmont Lodge #447 where he was a past Grandmaster. Arthur Lee joined the Lutheran Church of Redeemer in 1956. He was an active member and served as a youth group advisor, a teller, a member of the finance board, a member of the 731 club, and head usher for the 11:00 service. The family would like to thank the Redeemer prayer team for the cards and notes, and the dedicated nurses and staff at AG Rhodes at Wesley Woods who took such great care of him while he was there. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Redeemer Memorial Fund, AG Rhodes Health & Rehab and the Atlanta Humane Society.

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  1. Sorry to hear of Arthur’s passing. He was a good friend and co-worker. I also worked for Scripto (1949-1969). I and my late wife
    attended a UGA football game with he and Ann a long time ago. The last time I saw Arthur & Ann was at a Scripto reuion several
    years ago. Sorry for your loss.

  2. Arthur was a good man, and standup friend at Scripto and Ferst, during my engineering and purchasing years there from 2/73 to 6/86. Art encouraged my travels thru lodge membership and surprised me by showing up for my first degree and keeping posted on my later journey. I wish him Godspeed through his journey with the Great Architect.

  3. So sad to hear of the passing of your dad. He lived a long and full life. My prayers are with your family.

  4. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Thank you, Carol for sharing your story today about your father.

  5. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family, so sorry for your loss Carol. May the lord be with you during this difficult time as you celebrate the life of your loved one.

  6. Ms. Martin and family, my sympathy is with you and your family. May God bless you and keep your hearts at peace. Remember the great times and celebrate his life.

  7. Ms. Martin, my thoughts and prayers are for and with you and your family during your time of mourning. God be with you all.

  8. Ms. Martin,
    Lifting up you and your family in prayer. May God be with you and bless you with peace and beautiful memories.

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