Condolences for Artemio Novero Sison

Yimam wrote:

I met Art Sison in January of 2000, right after Y2K, and had the pleasure of working with him for many years at the CTA. In a room full of Engineers, Art’s wisdom, experience, and sense of humor was exceptional. He was a mentor and good friend to many…. My family and I send our deepest condolences. You will be greatly missed; may you rest in peace Artemio.


Tho Ho wrote:

Art and I have known each other for twenty six years, most of those from working at CTA. Through stormy winters and the hot summer days of Chicago we were able to form a friendship. We shared many memories during those years that I will never forget. He used to echo my name as if there were more than 1 O in Tho. You can always count on Art to deliver his trademark funny phrases. Past his comedic side and love for eggrolls, you can see how much he loved his wife, whom he always playfully called his roommate. My condolences go out to his three children and family. My family extends to you our deepest sympathies. There are few who can compare to Art and I will cherish the memories I have of him. Wishing you healing, Tho Ho


Cristina Casis McKinnon wrote:

We have known Tito Art since my siblings and I were children and he and Tita Lita were always a permanent fixture at all of our family parties and celebrations. So many wonderful memories of Tito Art, his stories, his magic and his jokes. We will miss you very much.


Leo Bazelewski wrote:

I first met Art when I started at CTA , 25 years ago. He was a mentor to a lot of us new young engineers and a dear friend. One of his favorite sayings that I find myself repeating was " To look with your eyes not your mouth". I will miss him dearly. Prayers for the family. May he rest in peace.


Sharon Gonwa wrote:

I first met Art and his beautiful wife, Lita, at an engagement celebration for our children AJ & Lisa. Conversation flowed so easily as if we’d known each other forever. We were laughing, sharing stories of our kids and dreaming of our combined futures together as we jointly enlarged our families together. It was with great sadness we lost Lita weeks after their wedding. And now we say good bye to Art. Lisa and AJ were blessed with a baby girl, whom Art treasured being around, just as he did his two grandsons. Art was such a great man. Generous, very kind, compassionate and outgoing. We will miss him greatly. But we are assured he is happily at home in Heaven reunited with his beloved wife Lita.