M. Truman Arnold

Houston, Texas

1928 - 2020


Houston, Texas
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M. Truman Arnold1928-2020Truman Arnold, affectionately known as "Big Daddy", passed away on Thursday, the 27th of August 2020, after several challenging years with dementia. Despite his health, he continued to maintain his ever present smile and sweet disposition. Truman was born on the 11th of...

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The long journey with dementia is finally over. The grief for your family can now begin to heal. The memories of the wonderful person you were can resurface and replace those of your suffering. Becky, while nothing can take away your sadness
and that of your family, you must know how deeply felt Truman’s loss is to me and I’m sure to the others in our support group. Although in different time frames, we all travel the same road. I can only imagine how much you will miss Truman. I wish...

Dear Becky, I'm so sorry to hear about Truman. He's actually been on my mind lately. I consider the opportunity to meet Truman and do business with him one of the most treasured experiences in my life. I learned a lot from him and I consider him as one of the two or three greatest mentors in my life. He was a great example of how old time, fair dealing is to be done. He was a tough negotiator but a very fair one. Truman was truly loyal to Mr. Wyatt and he provided me the opportunity to...

Truman was a real and dedicated trooper for Coastal Corporation. He will most certainly be missed by all who were fortunate to have known him.

Truman was a happy, loyal and honest person. You couldn’t have a better friend. God blessed him and all who knew him. Our thoughts are with you, Becky.