Thank You Arnold, for the memories that will last a lifetime. You touched our lives as no one else could. We will never forget you and all that you've done.
We will miss you Arnie. Your laboratory coworkers offers our condolences to Arnold's family.
Arnold, a fellow Rockhound he was one of the most interesting. kindest and caring person to come into one's life and my wife Faye! We had only known him for a short time and we learned a lot from him in the very short time! We love his stories about Colorado all the time. He will be will greatly be missed! What Great Guy he was and we always loved his stories and his telling about his trips all the time! From Me and Faye we like to pass on our condolences to the Apprill Family!
As the unofficial historian of the Apprill family, Uncle Arnie always had the best stories. My favorites were the ones about the adventures he and my dad had throughout their childhood. Arnie never lost that sense of adventure: whether he was seeing the world with the Air Force, mining for gold in the mountains of Colorado, or photographing airplanes and cars at shows across the country. Although Uncle Arnie was a fixture at the library, he didn't just read about things that interested him - he went out and experienced them firsthand. We will miss hearing about his latest adventure at our next family get together, but it is nice to know he's off enjoying the greatest adventure of all. Bon voyage!
So sorry for your loss. Remember the Apprill family from my childhood, went to St Ann's with Paul. Sue Kinney Bullington Pleasant Hill, Mo