Steven Mark Arnold

Lynchburg, Virginia

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I would like to express my deepest condolences to Mr. Arnolds family and friends. I only knew him for a short amount of time but I could tell he was a great guy. Always made me laugh when he came into our office. (wore the greatest t-shirts) He will be missed.

My deepest sympathy to the Arnold family. I met mark when he lived with my son. He was a nice guy and a very good friend to my son. He will be greatly missed by many. May God bless and comfort you.

Ron & Phyllis- we did not realize this person was your son. Our sincere condolences, Albert, Chris, and Suzanne Allen(remember those CT Farm days?)

I knew Mark for sometime, About 8 or 9 years, one of the many things i can say, is Mark is a true friend, a friend that will be greatly missed and always remembered. It is just sad that a great guy is gone from our lives. My deepest sympathy's are with his family and friends.

Mark Arnold has been my loyal friend since the day we met. He could tell when to listen or to tell the truth, as difficult as it may have been to hear. He made me laugh. He was there when I cried. He was there to just say chill when I couldn't even catch my breath. We may not have had the exact same taste on some subjects, but we each respected and loved the other for who we were. Not a day will go by that I won't miss or think of him. His loyalty was admirable and appreciated. I loved...

I don't even know where to start. I've thought about evertything daily for the past 2 years and even though I couldn't stay with him I'll never forget the 3 & 1/2 years I did. To say Mark will be missed is an understatment for anyone who knew him. I miss ya & love ya.

To say Mark will be missed is an understatement. I look back on the times I have had with him and I realize that he wasn't a friend he is a brother. He was the one person that I know that got just as excited about music, games, or concerts as I did. To those that knew him listening to Clutch, going to a show, or even just sitting around and watching tv will never be the same. I am deeply sorry for his family because to Mark we were all family. I will never say goodbye because I know he is...

Although I knew Mark a short time he was a good friend, some one you could chill with and have a laugh with about dumb things, one of a kind and will truely be missed by all that knew him my deepest sympathy goes to his family.

Mark has been a special friend to the boys'from the trailer park and to their friends and families. WHen it comes time for a wrestling pay for view or a video game to play, Mark was always ready for fun and fellowship. He was a true friend and co-worker to our Jeremy and will be sorely missed. All will be in our prayers forever.


Steven's Obituary

Steven Arnold passed away in Lynchburg, Virginia. Funeral Home Services for Steven are being provided by Whitten Funeral Home Park Avenue. The obituary was featured in The News & Advance on August 13, 2007.