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  • Arthur William Dykeman

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  • SALISBURY Arthur William Dykeman, 45, of 1482 State Route 29, Little Falls, town of Salisbury, died unexpectedly Saturday, May 10t, 2014, at his residence, of natural causes.
    Art was born in Little Falls on March 26, 1969, the son of Linda (Jaikin) Dykeman and the late David A. Dykeman, and attended Dolgeville schools.
    Art was a self-employed carpenter, working throughout the area on many different projects.
    He was an avid outdoorsman, enjoying hunting, fishing motorcycles and camping with his family and friends.
    Surviving are his mother, Linda Dykeman, of Little Falls; his brother, David (Melissa) Dykeman, of Salisbury Center; his sisters, Brenda (Richard) Kubecka, of Mohawk, Elizabeth (Paul) Randall, of Dolgeville, Christine (Dennis) Newbrough, of Florida, Crystal Davis, of Dolgeville, and Teresa (Davis) Vokins, of Salisbury; his children, Brittney (Elwin) Sutton and their daughter, Olivia Sutton, of Little Falls, and Brittney Elliot, of North Carolina; his stepchildren, George Jones, of Little Falls, and Rebecka Jones, of Albany; his longtime companion, Emma Vokins, of Salisbury; a close friend, "Heffy;" several nieces and nephews; and his canine companions, Buffy, Missy and Runner. He was predeceased by his father, David A. Dykeman, on July 14, 2003.
    Graveside services will be held Saturday, May 17, 2014, at 3 p.m. in the Brown Cemetery, town of Oppenheim. Pastor Rodney Congdon of the Curtis Cornerstone Chapel will officiate. There are no calling hours.
    Memorials may be sent to the Salisbury Fire Department in his memory.
    An online message of sympathy or a remembrance of Art may be shared with the family at www.robertsandenea.com.
    Funeral arrangements are entrusted to Brian A. Roberts of the Roberts & Enea Funeral Home, 3 Faville Ave., Dolgeville.
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