Hard to believe it's been a year since Arnold's passing -- what a fine man! And a sense of humor and timing second to none. They just don't make 'em like that anymore.
So sorry to hear of cousin Arnold's passing. Last time I saw him was at my grandmother Edith Morris's funeral. I played with cousins Garrett and Leslie.
My dad was Archie Morris.
Beth Morris, Union City California
Stacy and family, I am so sorry for your loss, May he rest in peace.
Our families loved each other very much. My Grandmother used to speak so highly of Phyllis and Arnold and with great love. I am so sorry for the great loss of Arnold. My family will pray for your comfort and peace during this difficult time. He was an outstanding, loved, good man.
Stacey, my Deepest sympathy to You and Your WonderfuLL Family~
Altough I never Had the Pleasure of Meeting Arnold in person, I feel like I know him through the Wonderful stories, creativity,humor, warm relationtionships, and the Energy he spread , that never Left~ He Is very much alive and Loved By Everyone He touched~
Cousin Arnold was legend and he lives a wonderful legacy behind him. Most of all, I recall his charismatic smile and a twinkle in his eye that never dimmed.
Arnold was the most amazing man to his family, friends and everybody he came into contact with. He was good hearted, loyal, trustworthy, helpful generous person and never judged anyone. He always made you smile. My daughters and I will miss him very much. We will miss his beautiful blue eyes and his nice smile. Phyllis, Stacey, Leslie, Jeff and Lisa were very fortunate to have him as a husband and father. He was a really wonderful pop pop and all his grandchildren loved him very much. We will never forget this wonderful man who touched all of our lives. Love you Arnold
WHAT A CLASS ACT....Arnold will always be remembered for what a wonderful human being he was... he was gentle, loyal, extremely talented, and an all around great guy.
The world will miss him and so will we.
Ron Popeil and Family
My deepest sympathy to the morris families sorry for the lost . Mr morris a advicer , a friend, a husband, adad .gone too soon wont be forgotten. Rip
So very sorry to hear of Arnold's passing. I did not know until I just read it. I knew Arnold so many years ago and we had so many laughs together. From all I see and from what he said to me the time I spoke to him on the phone he was so lucky to have you. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
I remember seeing him at the Chicago auto show when I was in my late teens. Twenty-six years later, I'm reading "What The Dog Saw" by Malcolm Gladwell where he writes about a man named Arnold Morris and goes into a dialogue of his sales speech. I think, "Wow, I bet that's the same guy I was fascinated by all those years ago. So funny, warm, and personable. I pictured him as a grandfather that I wish I had. I googled Arnold Morris and it was bittersweet to know that yes, it was the same lovable man that I remembered so fondly of all those years ago. However, he had just past away 19 days ago. I did not know him personally, but he made enough of an impression on me that I never forgot him. He will truly be missed, my heart goes out to his family and friends.
My deepest, heartfelt condolences to Phyllis, Stacey, Leslie, Steven, Rachel, Lexi, and the entire Morris family. Arnold was a warm, funny man who always made me, and all others he touched, feel welcome. God has himself a heckuva pitchman!
Arnold was a wonderful man , he brought joy to all who had the honor of knowing him ... his legacy is forever with us every time we see his beautiful wife , children & grandchildren -- as the saying goes in 100 years we will be remembered not for what we had but for who we were , Arnold will be remembered forever
I deeply regret never having the opportunity to get to know my third cousin Arnold better, however, I heard so many wonderful stories from my Grandmother, that I felt his legendary presence throughout my life. I know he was a truly inspirational and amazing man, who is dearly beloved and will be remembered for all of time. I am very sorry for your loss and send my love.
I have wonderful memories of my Uncle Arnold when I was a little girl. He welcomed me and played with me. He held me on his shoulders and was just as loving as anyone could be. I've never forgotten. My prayers go out to you all. I hope he and my dad are having a good time together.
Roberta Morris Hyman
Arnold, albeit brief, it was an honor to have known you for that time. We say goodbye to a legend today.God speed Arnold.
Praying for Phyllis, Leslie and the rest of the Morris family today
Uncle Arnold was such a wonderful person. He always had a kind word to say, and a smile on his face. My heartfelt condolences to you, Aunt Phyllis, to Stacey, Leslie, Jeffrey, Lisa and The Rest of The Family. I will always Love Uncle Arnold, and he will surely be missed by me, and all who knew him. :' ( xo...
Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.
From my days of boardwalk to Sea Port of New York to the Fairs Arnold always gave it all.Always had something to learn from him.He was a Friendly giant of a man. Never to be forgotten! Billy Carroll
Rest well old friend. I loved working with you and near you for the past 40 years. You were a true star and there will be another star in the heavens now, Oh hang on, "But wait, there's more"!
Dear Marilyn. Sorry to hear about the loss of your brother Arnie. My condolences to you and your family
A creative man and one of the greats in the business we call a game. We know he has left his own special mark on all of us and we are sad to see him go but will continue to celebrate Arnie's life in our thoughts for ever more...
Mick and Estelle Walshe
I have never known a couple with a more kind and loving relationship than you and Arnold. Most people never see a sliver of that kind of love in a lifetime. I am so sad for you; I know he was your soulmate. We will all miss him.
Kris and I send our love to you and your family.
To the Morris family, I was so sad to hear of Arnold's passing today. He was a special, one-of-a-kind man. My best wishes..
I am very sorry about the loss of your beloved brother Arnold. I know how much you cared for him and loved him.
Our deepest sympathy to you and your family on your great loss.
Jackie & Earl Siersema
Arnold was a warm compassionate family man. He will be sorely missed by all who knew him . Phyllis yu were his rock as he was yours......our love to you and your family.......Ruth and gene Lowy
Phyllis,Stacey and Leslie,
I was so shocked when I read about the passing of Arnold. He had a wonderful life I am sure with all of you and your family around him always. He was lucky to have such a loving family and lucky that he was loved so deeply by Phyllis and you girls. May he rest in Peace knowing just how really loved he was.Amen. Sincerely, Lynda Allen
Arnold was a great man. I was privileged to have known him. Sorry to Phyllis and family for your loss.
We are so sorry to hear about Arnold. He was an amazing person. You and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. We are so sorry that we can not be there in person to tell you this.
Bob and Noreen