|The Washington Post, Washington, D.C. 8/2/2007 - 8/3/2007
On Monday, July 23, 2007, at 65 years of
age. Father of Colleen Duncan, Garland Dye and grandfather of Colleen's son, Rand,
all of the Tampa, Florida area. Raised in Arlington, Virginia, Art graduated from
Wakefield High School. An Air Force veteran, he served in Europe before returning to
attain a degree in accounting from Southeastern University. He worked as an
accountant for various firms in Florida and the District area, including the last 11 years
for the Futures Industry Association in Washington. There will be a memorial
remembrance at the Quarterdeck, 1200 N. Fort Myer Drive, Arlington, Virginia, Saturday,
August 4 at 10 a.m.
Arthur W. Dye, 65, a certified public accountant with the Futures
Industry Association in Washington, died July 23 of a respiratory ailment at Jefferson
Memorial Hospital in Charles Town, West Virginia. He lived in Arlington
County. He had spent the past 11 years at the association after working at several
accounting firms in Washington. He also worked for a few years in Florida in the
1990's. Mr. Dye was born in Washington D.C. and graduated from Wakefield High School
in Arlington. After serving in the Air Force, he received a bachelor's degree in
accounting from Southeastern University. He enjoyed boating, cooking and golf.
His marriage to Susan Dye ended in divorce. Survivors include two daughters, Colleen
Duncan and Garland Dye, both of Tampa; two sisters; a brother; and a grandson.