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October 17, 2013
I first met Arnold about 42 years ago...when I was a kid. At first he scared the hell out of me. Then I learned over the years that he was actually just a big Teddy Bear. Once I got to know him I deeply respected his wit and business savvy. Arnold was a B29 crew member during WW II. He told me that he never knew when a bullet would come with his name on it. That realization changed his life and how he viewed things. We all ultimately have a bullet with our name on it. It is death. It takes all. The longer it waits to take good human beings such as Arnold....the happier I am. Arnold also told me once that when he was a kid his family lost their house in Brooklyn because they were short about 16$ on the house payment. This man had been through hard times.....fought with honor and dignity against subhuman tyranny. He was a brave man.....and....in retrospect.....a humble man who didn't say everything he knew in five minutes.....and he knew much in life. He was like a brother to my father. Both he and his lovely wife were part of our family as we were part of theirs. The news of Arnold's death additionally saddened me as I occasionally called him and had thought about doing so one day prior to his demise. Love ya Arnold. Thank you for being who you were. Thank you for sharing your wisdom with me. Will miss you.
October 11, 2013
Ann,
I am so sorry for your loss and I have you and your family in my prayers. After reading about all the wonderful accomplishments your father had, I have no doubt he was surrounded and suported by a wonderful and loving family. I hope soon your fmaily will be able to find peace and comfort. I miss you!
Love, Lauren
October 10, 2013
To Mom, Beth, Ann, Herb, and "LoriKimKinstler" my deepest sympathies go out to your entire family. My heart broke when I saw the obituary in the paper...like a little girl I thought my daddies would be with me forever,but that is not to be. Forty-five years ago I met this man who off and on through my lifetime had always made a wonderful impression on me. I loved him with all my heart. You are all in my thoughts and prayers during this time of sorrow. I love you all.If there is anything you need, please let me know. Love, Rindy
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October 09, 2013
My most sincere condolences to the Kinstler family in their time of mourning. Arnold, I liked you instantly after meeting you for the first time approximately seven years ago. During lunch one day with you and Addie I realized I was in the presence of a "mensch". Having not seen you and Addie over the last four years, I am most thankful that I followed the little voice in my head that urged me to send you and Addie a card expressing my appreciation for your friendship, and to let you know that I loved you both very much. When I read the obits in Mondays paper I understood why that "little voice" spoke to me. Farewell, my friend,I will miss you!

W. John Mitchell
October 09, 2013
My deepest condolences to all the members of the Kinstler family in this time of sadness. Arnold was a wonderful man and I feel lucky to have known him. Although I am unable to be there in person, you are all in my thoughts.

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