Carlton "Tim" Arnold

Jackson, Michigan

1942 - 2020


Jackson, Michigan


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Arnold, Carlton 'Tim' 4/8/1942 - 8/30/2020 Moscow Carlton "Tim" Arnold passed away August 30, 2020. He was born April 8, 1942, the third child to Mildred and Carlton Arnold. He graduated from Coldwater High School in 1960 and attended Ferris State University. With the family-owned Arnold Auto...

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Timi and Nikki,
You’re in my thoughts and prayers!
Tim’s one liners always had us laughing!
Fond memories of him driving us to the truck stop and Hallmark so we could shop the Hello Kitty or Smurfs and he was always good for a fast food run w a story on the way. May he Rest In Peace
Love you guys!! Xo

In loving memory of a wonderful person. Always remember a friendly hello and a handshake from Tim. He will be greatly missed by many but his legacy will live on forever.

Tim was a good friend. My wife Kathy & I spend many a week end with him and Dick Rosberg competing the TFD Hallucination car. He helped me with my current motor in my 31 Coupe. He shall be remembered every time I fire her up. Race in peace my friend.
Rick & Kathy Welsh

In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always. You and Arnold Auto Parts were a staple to Coldwater Mich You were a person is young kids looked to for advice on things in general Thanks for the memories old friend May you rest in peace

Will always remember him & the Alamo days. RIP Tim.

I am so sorry Timi and Nikki!! I remember the cars, boy did we have the cars because of Tim, the Mustangs, and the cooking lessons, he taught me to make the best fried potatoes, and the chinese food runs... Your dad always made us laugh. Your mom and dad made me feel like family and I am so thankful. I loved my years at your home in Carleton.

Tim was not quite 11 years old when I met him. That was when I went to work for his Dad. I taught him to drive and introduced him to Clara Lee. His family is dear to my heart. My thanks go out to Brenda for staying by his side to the end. There is no doubt Victoria and l will miss him. Hot rod Harry. RIP Tim

What a great guy. I wish I was able to keep in touch over the years. So sad that he’s gone.

Tim will forever be missed by many! I truly enjoyed my time of knowing Tim, and hanging out in his shop checking out all the projects he had going.
"Flossy" as some of us called him jokingly, was and always will be a dear friend.