Dr. Arthur Paul Roberts

03/16/1927 — 07/06/2008

From Seattle, WA, US | Born in New York, NY

Dr. Arthur Paul Roberts

Dr. Arthur Paul Roberts

Dr. Arthur Paul Roberts, retired Anesthesiologist from Kadlec Medical Center, died Sunday morning, July 6th in Seattle while residing with family. He was 81. He was born on March 16, 1927 in the Bronx, NY. He was discharged honorably from the service in 1946, graduated from Columbia University in 1950 and received his M.D. from New York Medical College in 1955. From 1969-70 he was a research scientist studying Aerospace Medicine with NASA and from 1970-1 he was Senior Scientist with Lovelace Foundation evaluating air transport pilots. From 1970-74 he was Senior Aviation Medical Examiner for the FAA. From 1971-1993 he was a Staff Anesthesiologist and practiced medicine in NY, Mass., Ohio, New Mexico and Washington. He received a light aircraft pilot license in 1968 and was a weekend sailor. He has lived in Richland since 1986. He will be remembered for his great smile, sense of humor, love of medicine and technology, his generosity and Catholic faith. He is survived by his son, Arthur George, and his daughter and son-in-law, Emma and Garry Wilson, and their 2 daughters, Ruby 6 and Lorelei 2. In lieu of flowers, please send a donation to the St. Vincent de Paul www.svdpusa.org.

A Mass of Christian Burial will be held on Saturday July 12, 2008 at 10:00AM at Christ the King Catholic Church followed by a graveside at 2:00PM at Sunset Memorial Gardens in Richland.

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  • Dr. Roberts was a kind and knowledgeable individual, and I enjoyed working with him and knowing him. Please except my sincerest sympathy for your loss of a wonderful man, father, and grandfather.

    Merina Gilbride
    November 4, 2014
    richland, WA, US
  • I knew your father as the kind and smiling gentleman who sat behind me at Mass every Saturday evening for the past 7 years. He always greeted me with that unforgettable smile and we left each week after a hand shake and a ‘have a good week and see you here next week. I know I won’t be seeing him for awhile but I look forward to seeing that smile again someday. I will miss him. My heartfelt sympathy and prayers are with your family.

    T Frye
    November 4, 2014
    West, Richland, WA, US
  • I loved working with your Dad. He was so very kind. I’m sorry for your loss.

    Karen Lambert Weron
    November 4, 2014
    Yachats, OR, US
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