Art died April 21, 2017, in hospice. He retired in 2007 after a career with law firms in Great Falls, Mont., where he grew up. 

At Princeton he majored in economics and wrote his thesis on inheritance taxes, played on the golf team, and was active on Cannon Club’s intramural teams. He had a lifelong enjoyment of sports: golf, tennis, fly-fishing, snow skiing, and bowling (“in other words, I have not changed”). Following college, Art spent two years in the Army. 

With a degree from University of Montana Law School, he worked for a large office and part time with the Cascade County attorney before establishing his own firm, Matteucci & Falcon. With customary brevity Art outlined his career for one of our class histories: “I sue people.” 

He served as president of Montana’s senior golf association and was a member of Great Falls’ park board and symphony board. With his wife, Sandi, he enjoyed travel and escaped winter at homes in Texas or Arizona. Often he was on a creek or river near his place at Monarch with his brother-in-law Hal, passionately fishing. 

Art is survived by his wife, Sandi; son Scott ’99; sister Janet Harper; and six grandchildren. His son Jeffrey preceded him in death. 

Undergraduate Class of 1963