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Arthur B Huot

a proud veteran and a friend to so many

Arthur B HuotIn Memory of Arthur B. Huot…

A Proud Veteran and Friend to so many.

Arthur B Huot, known to all as "Skip," was a quiet, private man yet active in his community. He was devoted to his family, a pillar of Most Holy Episcopal Church, and very much involved in the community of Saco. His many contributions and generosity were given quietly, without the expectation of recognition or reward.

He was a proud veteran, a member of the Paul Hazelton House Advisory Board (an affordable senior housing community owned by Volunteers of America in Saco), and on various church and community committees. Skip was well-respected by all who knew him and was known for his generosity to those less fortunate.

Skip was very supportive of the development of the veterans housing at the Kimball Health Center and faithfully attended every Planning Board, Zoning Board, Board of Appeals, and City Council meeting and spoke eloquently of his support for this project. Less publically, Skip worked behind the scenes to gather the community support that helped the project succeed. All without fanfare. For Skip, his reward was his family…and close to that, going fishing.