Arthur Lasko Obituary
April 10, 2013
Resided in Chesapeake, VA
He is survived by his loving, caring, devoted wife, Dorothy, after 60 years of marriage.
He was predeceased by his brother, Gerald Lasko. Survivors include his sister, Audrey Gutterman, who adored him and always called him "Sonny" while he called her "Sis," from her birth to the end of time, (husband Robert); nieces, Shari Berman (Bruce), Rhonda (Bill) Simoneau of New Hampshire; and nephew, Adam Gutterman (Kim) of Stauton, VA. Great nieces, Rose and Carrie Gutterman, and great nephews, Ben, Josh and Avi Berman of Norfolk, VA. Also surviving are his cousins, Ossie and Vivian Lasko, who have always given him unconditional love and support with no provisos throughout his entire life.
"Art" as his wife always called him, graduated from Washington and Lee in Arlington, VA. During his careers, because of his work ethic, he received many accolades including "General Electric Man of the Year" at which time they flew him to Tennessee to accept the award; the "J. C. Penney #1 Salesman of the East Coast for Outstanding Accomplishments"; and before retiring from Farm Fresh in 2009 he received from the C. O. O., Ron Dennis a "Plaque for Superior Customer Performance" on two separate years, which had never been given to the same person two times.
Services and burial will be private. Contributions may be made in memory to: Hospice (Comfort Care), Beth Sholom Home of Eastern Virginia Rehabilitation Center or Ohef Sholom Temple Norfolk. Condolences may be offered to the family at www.hollomon-brown.com.
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