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On July 3, 2017, Arthur Bilenker was injured by his truck and transported to University Hospital, where he was diagnosed with and treated for an incomplete C5 and C6 Spinal Cord Injury. At the time of injury, he was paralyzed from the chest down and has since regained some upper body function.
November 7, 2019
Art- I hope that this message finds you. Today is November 6, 2019. I’ve just this hour heard of your news, and I am devastated for you. Remarkably, on the very day following your event, I unexpectedly had a major event from which I have full recovered, and for which there is no other explanation for my survival other than the palm of the hand of God. There was never a question, nor is there a better or simpler way to say it - from our first meeting some 41 years ago, you’ve just quietly and selflessly always done the right thing by everyone you know. And I still smile warmly recalling the “Great Hit Heist” involving Dick the Security Guard and that relocated Xerox machine! Arthur, you were, and you are, the best. Call me anytime. 973-228-0076. Al Josephsen FDU ‘82
Dr Al Josephsen
October 13, 2019
Col.Dr. Arthur Bilinker was the best dentist and the most personable doctor I've had the pleasure of knowing. I know how much he loved his dog and I hope he has the chance to run with his dog again.
October 7, 2019
He was great teacher and mentor to many students. Get well, Dr. B!
August 21, 2018
Terri-I just heard the news and am devastated. I’m sorry it has taken so long. We get sidetracked with life and the next thing you know a year has passed. Art and I promised we would see each other for lunch more then once every couple of months and now a year has gone by. I just lost my Mom so hearing this today I am truly beside myself. I am going to go and see him soon and will do all I can to help!!! My thoughts are with you all. Art has always been a dear, dear friend and we have known each other over 20 years now.