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Monday, June 5, 2023
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Monday, June 5, 2023
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Roger Arnold, a child of God, was called to his eternal home on May 28, 2023. He was 79. Roger was born in Appleton on October 24, 1943, son of the late Emmett and Marie (McHugh) Arnold. Roger was employed as a welder at Pierce Manufacturing for nearly forty years.
He was a loving, giving, and compassionate man who made friends everywhere he went because of his personality and great sense of humor. He enjoyed his family, hunting, fishing, and sharing his home with everyone. He loved hosting gatherings for all occasions and made people feel welcome and appreciated.
He made filled our lives with happiness, and some tears, and had a great faith in God, with whom he now resides. He will always be remembered with love, respect, and happiness by all who knew him.
He is survived by his bride whom he married on June 13, 1964: Patti Jo Arnold; two sons: Steven (Pam) Arnold and Daniel Arnold; grandchildren: Mariah (Kyle) Peotter, Morgan (Brent) Radlinger, Cody Gaber (special friend Ellie Esterman); great-grandchildren: Brooklyn Peotter, Taya Peotter, soon to arrive baby Peotter, and Reese Radlinger. His sisters and brothers-in-law are Sue Arnold LaMarche, Larry Bell, Dave and Jean Thibodeau, Trudy Thibodeau. and Joe and Stacey Thibodeau.
He was preceded in death by his parents, sisters Eunice Bell and Shirley Ann (Donny) Schiessl, a brother Wayne Arnold, and a brother-in-law Del LaMarche.
The Christian Funeral Services for Roger will be held at 11:00 AM on Monday, June 5, 2023 at Mount Olive Lutheran Church, located at 930 W. Florida Avenue in Appleton, with Pastor Joe Gawel officiating. Interment will take place at Highland Memorial Park. Visitation will be held directly at the church on Monday morning rom 9:00 AM until the time of the service.
“I will miss you, dear husband. I will miss our spontaneous bursts into song, our laughter, our love, our praying together at night and hearing your response to me on telling you ‘I love you’, which was ‘I adore you.’ We are all thankful that you are now at peace and we know that when it is time to join you, we will be welcomed with open arms and we will all sing ‘You Are My Sunshine.’”
Special thanks to all of the staff at Theda Care – Appleton – 8th floor. Your love, laughter, tears, strength, understanding, and listening brought such comfort to us. Thank you to Dr. Marquis for allowing us to make decisions when were ready. A special thank you for the many in-home church visits from Pastor David and Carol Bode, and Bob and Claire Weimer. You not only brought us God’s word, but also have become dear friends. We are truly blessed.