Mr Edwin "Ed" Lothair Arnold, Sr.

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Dear Mary and Ed,
I am saddened by the passing of your Father. Families easily grow apart and the years go by too fast. I wish we could have been closer as an extended family. My fondest memory of your Dad was when he gave me my first bike when I was five, it was totally cool! I was so happy to see you all back in 2005, it was truly wonderful. I think you can look back now at both your parents and celebrate the remarkable life they lived.

With love,


Posted by: A friend   Jul 05, 2013

Dear Mary and Eddie~
Please know John and I are thinking of you at this very sad time ~ sending you hugs and prayers
Love Barb and John Novello Los Angeles

Posted by: Barbara Novello - Los Angeles, CA   Dec 05, 2012

Dear Mary and Eddie, My sincere condolences on the loss of your father. He was a real gentleman and I enjoyed our time together at
The Pineapple during those special years we shared.... With love, Sherry

Posted by: Sherry Jessup - Mason Neck, VA   Dec 05, 2012

Please accept our heartfelt sympathy at the death of your Dad. He was a good man and now he is peace. We hope you find peace in the fact that you took such good care of him to the very end. The Dobrzynski Family

Posted by: A friend   Nov 26, 2012

You served our nation well with honor and distinction both in the Marine Corps and with the Veterans Administration. You and your family graced our neighborhood and it was a pleasure to have known you and your family. You will be missed by my family as well.
J. David Hughes

Posted by: J. David Hughes - Chevy Chase, MD - Neighbor and Friend   Nov 23, 2012

Ed did care for veterans who served their nation and made a difference in their lives. He served in wartime and peacetime and should be well remembered as a good and decent man.

Posted by: Ray Blunt - Alexandria, VA - Colleague   Nov 20, 2012

Please accept my heartfelt condition on the loss of your of your dear love one 1 Corinthians 15:22.

Posted by: - NC   Nov 20, 2012

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Posted by: A friend   Nov 20, 2012
Dad & Teddy

Posted by: A friend   Nov 20, 2012
Ed Arnold, Sr. President Bill Clinton Army Navy Country Club

Posted by: A friend   Nov 20, 2012