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Virginia Dare Arnold

Shallowater, Texas

Oct 9, 1914 – Dec 28, 2014


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Resthaven Funeral Home & Cemetery Obituary

Arnold, Virginia Dare, age 100 of Shallowater, Texas, died Sunday, December 28, 2014. Born October 09, 1914 in Paris, Texas, to the late Sidney and Verda Gibson. Preceded in death by her loving husband, Arlie Arnold. Survived by her daughter; Dona Arnold Casey, Dallas Texas, and sons; Jack R., of...

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I would like to thank Keny and Dona very much for allowing me the honor and privilege of being a pallbearer.
I had no idea Mimi played tennis as a young woman, I enjoyed very much hearing those tennis stories.
She and granddaddy are now reunited.
She is also reunited with a great grandson (Tyler Andrew Arnold) she never got to meet while here on this earth. As Christians, we do not have to say goodbye, we just say "see you later". So Mimi, we will see you later!

A beautiful lady...we delivered meals on wheel to her and she was delightful . She told my grandson who is 6 that she rode a horse to school. He was so impressed.

Praying peace and comfort for the whole family. Mrs. Arnold was my second grade teacher and she had not changed very much, she was still as sweet and spry as ever. Gary and I enjoyed cutting up with her in church this past year!

Gary & Wendy (Rhodes) Durrett

Mrs. Arnold was my 3rd grade teacher at New Deal School in 1959. She was very kind and calm! I am grateful for the year she invested in my life when I was 8 years old! She was always the same, kind, calm and PATIENT! To all of Mrs. Arnold's Family, I send my sympathies and prayers as you celebrate her life! May God's great love surround you all at this time! I am a life touched by her kindness and giftings!

Mrs. Arnold was one of the best teachers I had at New Deal. She was so kind, sweet, and always was smiling. My sympathy to her family.

Virginia Greenhill Andrews

She was a very quite Christian lady