In Memory of

Mark

Victor

Arnold

Obituary for Mark Victor Arnold

Mark Victor Arnold 1952-2019
Born to Matt and Mary Arnold. Followed in death by sister Rosemary and parents. Survived by Brother Matt Arnold, his wife Vicki of 38 years, sons Joseph and Jack, daughter in law Amber, daughter Nicole, son in law Aaron, granddaughter Kaitlynne, grandson Viktor Drake, and many nieces and nephews.
Mark went to parochial and public schools. He was class of 1971 at Adam City High School. He was a jack of all trades starting with a machinist, metal heat treaters, timekeeper, carpet cleaner, house painters, restaurant hood cleaner, shipping and receiving clerk, and lastly owned his own cleaning company.
Mark lived his life like he wanted too. He worked hard, played hard and loved with all his heart. He was a teller of tall tales sprinkled with a little truth. As to keep you guessing which is fact or fiction. There was never a dull moment when he was around. His mother always said he should have been a writer because, boy he could tell some whopping stories. He prided himself on his penmanship and worked hard on it for many years. He learned how important it was to be precise and clear in writing words and numbers when he worked as a timekeeper. He Liked to go camping, visit museums, boating and just being around his friends and family. He was an officer and newsletter editor at the Eagles club in the early 2000s. Finally, the most important thing is that he prided himself on the fact his family returned the same unconditional love.