Many wonderful memories come to mind, like the pages of a book being turned, one after another. When her and Uncle James came to visit us and we had a big Snow, she loved that. Or when Darrell and I used to laugh at the dinner table and get into trouble. Her and Mother were so much alike and she was my second Mom. My children have wonderful memories of her also and so now we all celebrate her in our thoughts and prayers. We are all so lucky to be in a family full of love , Her and Uncle James always came to visit us in Mich and in Ohio. Our thoughts are with my Uncle and cousins at this time.
Brenda *Kelley* and Dwain Barrick and family
Marie Masengale Arnold is my cousin by way of her mother, Vacie McClure Masengale who was my grandmother's sister. I have known all the older family members for many years and have shared many happy times with them. James, I personally know that life without one's lifelong spouse is very different and lonely, but I encourage you to rely on your happy memories and pictures to help you through this difficult period in life. Love, Anita Turner Kinslow (Smyrna, TN)
What a blessing it has been to know and love Marie Arnold. She will be greatly missed. Our prayers are with James and the rest of the family. We love you! Darren & Michelle Gillett
It' been an honor to have Marie as my cousin. She loved her family and friends. Once you met her and/or James you were friends for life. She was a great example of living life to the fullest. Marie, you will be missed deeply. Our prayers and thoughts are with the family members and may the precious memories she created always be with you. So sorry we could not be with you in person. Our love, Dorothy and Bill White, Lakeland, FL
i took care of marie she was a loving person she will truly be missed . she was my friend my prayers are with the family marlene her c.n.a.