Arthur J. McCue, Jr. – 10/25/2022

October 30th, 2022

Arthur J. McCue, Jr, 73, of Aston, PA passed away on October 25th at Riddle Memorial Hospital.  He was born in Chester to the late, Arthur and Lila McCue.  He was raised and educated in Boothwyn and graduated from Chichester High School with the class of 1968.  Arthur worked for many years as a conductor for Conrail Railroad until his retirement.  He was a veteran of the United States Navy with whom he served during the Vietnam Era.  He was stationed in Antarctica, New Zealand and Cuba.  He was also an avid sports fan, enjoyed John Wayne movies, hunting and taking trips to the beach with his family.

In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by his wife, Barbara J. McCue (2022) and his sister, Karen Gould (2002).  He is survived by his son, Arthur J. McCue, III; grandson, Christopher Doyle; step-children, Debi Mena-Cintron, Terri Ciuffetelli, Anzel “Duke” Norman, Charlene Goodwin; sister, Wendy Cooper (James); 9 grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren; nephews, Brendan, Sean, and Brian; niece, Kristy.; many cousins; beloved cat, Nicole.  His funeral Service will be held on Friday, November 4th at 12pm at the Joseph A. Ward Funeral Home 1459 Market St. Linwood, PA.  Friends and family are invited for visitation from 11am -12pm.  Burial will be private

3 thoughts on “Arthur J. McCue, Jr. – 10/25/2022

  • By Barbara McConnell on

    Uncle Artie was an amazing fellow. He was thoughtful, kind, funny and loving. If you needed anything he would search everywhere to find it for you. I loved our family vacations together whether in Washington or back east. Great times. Great man.

  • By Chris on

    Words can’t describe the pain of seeing you go. You were a huge father figure of my life and always gave it your all to make sure I stayed on the right path in life. The countless amount of things you’ve done to benefit my life and all the great memories we made together I could never fully repay. But I always will continue to make you proud and keep pushing forward in life like you always wanted me to. You always knew how to keep a smile on my face even through the toughest of times. I couldn’t of asked for anyone better to spend my childhood growing up with than you and grandma. I was blessed to have had a grandfather like you in my lifetime and you’ll always be my pal and I’ll always be yours like always. I love you with all my heart and I’ll always miss seeing and talking to you and grandma everyday. I know your in a better place now and living happily back by grandmas side. Rest well and live peacefully grandpa. I’ll see you again one day. I love you. ❤️🕊

  • By Angelia Tucker on

    I have no words. It hasn’t even been a year since grandmom, your true love, went to heaven.
    You will be dearly missed. I know you couldn’t live without her. You are both together again. Thank you for being a
    Grand pop to us and of course for loving my grandmom forever after.
    I will miss our visits, what’s going on in the world updates and our favorite holiday, Christmas.
    Love Angela

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