Lennie L. Arnevik

Edina, Minnesota

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Dear Pastor Bruce & Kathy, David & Soren, So sorry to hear of your fathers death. I remember both his laugh and attendance at Salem. Please know the entire congregation has you in our prayers and hope for the comfort of knowing he rests with the lord. Sincerely, Paul Wharton

Dear Lois and Family,

Amy and I were deeply saddened to learn of Lennie's death. He was a dear man, and was a good friend to our family for many years. I have wonderful memories of time spent with Lennie at Bell family meetings. He was always a good sport, warm and friendly, and had time for everyone. I am sorry for the great loss that you have suffered. I will carry my fond memories of Lennie, and of all that he did for me, for the rest of my life.

Ford W. Bell

Lois and Family,
The Frazier family all send our warmest feelings at this time.
Lennie was my oldest, best, friend. My career took me away from our roots. Lennie and I met in Japan in 1947 and as you know we continued our friendship. I had the greatest respect for his capabilities and his humility. We all will miss a great person.

Russ and Eunice Frazier

Lois, your tennis friends were thinking of you this morning as we began another year. You are in our thoughts and prayers at this sad time for you and your family. Grieve well and when you are ready we will be there for you to join us on the tennis courts.
Sincerely, Ardelle Hansen

Dear Lois, Susie and I have thought often of the two of you and what a wonderful guiding hand that Lenny provided to our family. We send you our warmest thoughts and memories of a wonderful relationship. Sam and Susie Bell


Lennie's Obituary

Lennie Arnevik passed away in Edina, Minnesota. Funeral Home Services for Lennie are being provided by Washburn McReavy Funeral Chapels. The obituary was featured in Star Tribune on September 1, 2013.