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Jan.13, 2010

Vol. 110, No. 7


Arthur M. Cart ’47

Published in the Jan.13, 2010, issue

Art spent two years with the Army Air Corps during World War II, graduated in 1949, and shortly joined the Roebling Division of CF & I Steel Corp. Despite the gradual, steady decline in steel manufacturing in the United States, Art regularly was his company’s top salesman, which says much about his integrity and dedication.

In 1954, Art met “B.J.” (Elizabeth June Hawken) in New York at a Yale–Princeton football party and married her soon after. They had three sons.

Art played lacrosse at Princeton and remained an enthusiastic lover of sports. When the family lived in Birmingham, Mich., he coached a Little League team and served on the state’s Little League board of directors. Golf, however, was his great passion, and he was an accomplished player.

Art was raised in a Princeton family. His dad, Francis, was a loyal member of 1912, and Art was, as BJ puts it, “a true-blue tiger.”

Art put the joys of family above all. Late in his life, their sons produced four youngsters who brightened his last years.

He died Dec. 5, 2008. To B.J. and their cherished family, we send our warm wishes.

The Class of 1947

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