Historical records matching Arthur Hills Cadman
About Arthur Hills Cadman
Arthur H. Cadman graduated from Red Bank High School in 1932. His professional life as an engineer spanned more than 50 years, initially in the employ of Breeze Corporation of Newark, the last several decades with Electro Impulse Corporation of Neptune. He earned US Patent #2,519,436 in 1950 for his invention of a sealing and electrical shielding gasket used primarily in ignition systems. He was a member of the First Presbyterian Church of Red Bank from 1934 through 1990, and of the First Presbyterian Church of Rumson from 1990 to the present. Arthur's life reflects his committment to serving others. He was Assistant Scout and Scout Master of River Plaza Troup 32. During his tenure as a life member of Middletown Township's Fire Company #1, he served as president and as captain. An E.M.T. since 1969, Arthur was also a life member of the Fairview First Aid Squad, where he also served as captain. His generous nature was clearly visible in 15 years of delivering Mobile Meals and Senior Meals, and in his involvement with Transportation for Seniors. His respect for the natural environment, evident, too, in the recognition he received from the National Park Service for over 1,000 hours of volunteering at Sandy Hook-Gateway National Park, and in Poricy Park's honoring him in 2001 with its Volunteer of the Year Award. A bird carver and photographer, Arthur's travels spanned much of the globe, and included Africa, Australia, Russia, Sweden, China, and most of the United States. This perfect gentleman, whose gracious demeanor was marked by humility and authenticity, will be deeply missed by family and friends; indeed, by all whose lives were graced by his acquaintance.