Arthur Devaux Obituary, Death – Arthur Flavian deVaux, who was born in Rochester and had lived there for 55 years, passed away unexpectedly on December 11th, 2022. The cherished husband of Kristine deVaux for the past 22 years, the doting father of Arthur and Martin deVaux, the brother of Michael deVaux (who is married to Brenda) and Anne deVaux (who is married to Kim Lee), and the uncle of Madison, Michael Paul, Mary Elizabeth, Nathaniel, and Nicholas deVaux. Art had a zest for life and enjoyed a variety of activities, such as golf, wine, travel, movie quotes, golf, and everything related to the University of Michigan. Art also had a passion for the University of Michigan. He was held in high esteem and revered by a great number of people as a result of his singular perspective, brilliant mind, generosity, humility, compassion, and friendship. His relationships were the primary sources of happiness in his life, and the people he referred to as his “village” in Ann Arbor held a particularly special place in his heart. He held a special place in his heart for the people in Ann Arbor.
He thought of them as the family that he had formed for himself out of those he had brought together. On Saturday, December 17, from noon until 5:00 p.m., we will be paying tribute to Art by hosting a tailgate memorial open house at the Ann Arbor Distilling Company. This is being done in honor of Art’s profound love of spending time with friends and family. Art was a huge fan of the University of Michigan football team, and he also had a strong affinity for spending time with his family and friends. Should they so desire, we ask that attendees of the service come dressed in anything having to do with the great state of Michigan.
The distillery is located in the city of Ann Arbor, and its address is 220 Felch Street. On the other hand, there is a very limited amount of parking at the area, and some of it will be reserved for persons who have difficulties moving around or for members of their families. Please take into consideration making use of the parking garage which is situated one block to the south of the distillery at 220 North Ashley Street, which is at the junction of North Ashley Street and Ann Street.