I didn't know he was sick. I only found out when he passed. I am just sad. Arnie was a great man. Very fair. Always honest. He had my back if things messed up. He demanded those same qualities from me. It's not hard to comply with virtue when virtue leads the way. His example plowed the road for us. May his family follow in his footsteps.
I still think of Arnie everyday. I will miss hearing the Lake Powell boating stories, the daily reports of his hikes and all the other vacation stories he would tell me about. We did a lot of business together and he was one of the most honest, straight forward guys I have ever know. He will be missed.
Barbara and Family, I was certainly shocked to hear about Arnie's passing away, so sad and he will be missed by many. Arnie was always a hard worker, a good provider for his family, respected by his employee's, and thoroughly enjoyed by his friends. Life has taken many of us, that enjoyed our high school memories together, in very separate and different directions, but I always held my friendship with Arnie in a special place even though we have lived geographically apart for years.
God Bless Sincerely Jeff
I am so sad to hear of his passing, I remember so clearly as senior at Bountiful High, he was voted the Best Looking Senior, I was listening to a group of girls and they were Listing his attributes the one I remember was the most, was have you seen how small a waist he has. It had never really never hit me that all you wonderful girls were noticing the boys too.
Having Arnie as our next door neighbor was a treat. First, he kept such an immaculate yard that it inspired many others in the neighborhood to do likewise...Second, he was friendly to all and easy to talk with. Third, he adored his family. He mentioned how he wanted to spend more time with Barb in these retired years. Arnie was and still is a “good soul”. We will miss watching him work in the yard or taking care of his two favorite ladies, Taylor & Barb...we will miss you Arnie.
The Mabey Family