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ALEX (ANTHONY) ARNOLD
Born: Jul 29, 1946
Date of Passing: May 22, 2021Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
ALEX (ANTHONY) ARNOLD
July 29, 1946 - May 22, 2021
Alex will be forever missed and remembered by his wife Linda and his four children, Jeffrey, Jason (Heather), Douglas (Dena), Kimberly (Jamie), and 10 grandchildren, James, Julia, Joseph, Avery, Hannah, Finley, Luc, Will, Shea and Emery. He was predeceased by his father Anthony and his mother Mary Hrabrovsky. Alex leaves behind his two half sisters, Lana (Peter) Ingram and Raya Shields.
Alex had professional careers with Department of Fisheries and National Defence where he retired. Alex loved watching his children take part in whatever sport/activity it may have been. For the most part Alex was a private person and would not want much written about him. What mattered to him was his family and his pets.
Dad we miss you and love you very much
and hope you hear us,
when we tell you that everyday.
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Jun 05, 2021
Condolences & Memories (8 entries)
Dear Linda and family, I have so many childhood memories of your home. It was always a busy, welcoming and fun place with filled with kids and pets (I still remember trying to avoid Ranger's massive tail!). Congratulations on making a home filled with the things that Alex loved. I will always remember it and you fondly! Love, Stacy - Posted by: Stacy Cardigan Smith (Neighbour ) on: Jun 12, 2021
Linda and family, How saddened I was to hear that Alex has died. I remember living next door in our first years in Canada and the happy family who lived in that house......and of course there have been moments of meeting through the years. Alex was indeed a family person and so genuine. You must miss him dreadfully, I know. My deepest sympathy. Thinking of you, Julie Collings - Posted by: Julie Collings (Former neighbour) on: Jun 07, 2021
Alex and I have been friends for 11 years. He is one of the great guys that you meet through your life, briefly, but they make an impact. Please accept my condolences on the loss of your husband and father. Larry - Posted by: larry Adelman (Friend) on: Jun 07, 2021
My condolences to the Arnold family. I got to know Alex in 1963 at St. Johns HS. As I worked at the Main & Luxton Safeway, he asked me if I could get him a job there that spring. I got him in as part time bagger there. That summer I worked FT on south side for Safeway and when I came back in the fall, Alex had moved on. Rest in Peace. - Posted by: Colin Dederick (school friend) on: Jun 06, 2021
i have many memories of Alex and I and our school friends and those of Selkirk Avenue. My condolences to his family and friends and our- fellow Canadian Government retirees. Mike Bonnie - Posted by: Mike Bonnie (Former Neighbor and North End Royal) on: Jun 05, 2021
Longtime family friend. Always a story or opinion. Condolences from Patricia and Michael Freeman to Linda and family. - Posted by: mike freeman (friend) on: Jun 05, 2021
Oh Linda. At the moment I am trying to catch my breath. Feel like I have had the wind knocked out of me. I am so sorry. I will remember Alex's rye wit with a smile. As a member myself, I know "the widow's club" has a terrible entrance fee. Sincerely Debbie - Posted by: Debbie Winterburn (Friend) on: Jun 05, 2021
I worked with Alex in Air Command Civilian Personnel for many years and considered him a friend. Yes he was a quiet, rather private person but kind and genuine and it was obvious his family meant the world to him. Our sincere condolences to Linda and family. Grace & Larry Hoskin - Posted by: Grace Hoskin (Co worker Air Command HQ) on: Jun 05, 2021
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