Art's Family Auto Repair

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Art's Family Auto Repair
Art's Family Auto Repair is listed in the Auto Repair & Services category in Phoenix, Arizona. Displayed below are the social networks for Art's Family Auto Repair which include a Facebook page and a Yelp review page. The activity and popularity of Art's Family Auto Repair on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 74.

Contact information for Art's Family Auto Repair is:
915 W Hatcher Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85021
(602) 997-2006
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Tomorrow at 1:30 pm we will close for the rest of the day. Ritchie O'Dell my mechanic, his father, Richard Sr. passed away Sunday morning. Our prayers go out to the O'Dell Family . His father Richard Sr. was a wonderful man and we will celebrate his life at Best Funeral Services at 501 E. Dunlap. Service begins at 3:00 pm. We will reopen the following day with normal business hours. Thank you Art Vance. Art's Family Auto Repair.

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Happy Mother's Day from Art's Family Auto Repair

We are deeply saddened by the passing of Richard Lash. He will truly be missed by all of us here at Art’s Family Auto Repair. He was not only an employee for the last 22 years but he was family. We surely will miss the presence of a truly lovable and kind person. Richard will be laid to rest, with a gravesite service at 10 am on Wednesday, February 3, 2016 at West Resthaven. 6450 West Northern Ave, Glendale, AZ 85301 West Resthaven Funeral Home and Park Cemetery 623-939-8394. Always in our thoughts and forever in our hearts, Art and Cindy Vance

Happy Labor Day! From our Family to yours! Hope your enjoying your day. We are enjoying the grill :).

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Do you know why a $1 bill is also called a “buck”? In the early days on the American frontier, the skin of a male deer was worth one dollar, or a buck.