William Joseph "Bill" Arden Sr.

Panama City, Florida


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William Joseph "Bill" Arden, Sr., 66, of Panama City, passed away Tuesday, May 29, 2018.He was born December 10, 1951 in Charleston, West Virginia. Mr. Arden was a loving husband, father, grandfather and friend. He enjoyed cooking and was an avid fisherman. In 1981, Mr. Arden joined the...

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Bill was always so kind. He made me laugh so hard. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family.

Bill was a true gentleman, who always put others first. R I P Bill, and know you will be missed. Praying for peace and comfort forDestiny and the family during this difficult time.

I had the pleasurer to work with Bill, as secretary of our Camp Board of NO/CA-NO/NV and North West territory. Every time Bill saw me he sure liked to tease me. I will surly miss him at our next Convention in 2019. Rest in Peace Bill, and Destiny please know that you are in my prayers. God Bless you and your family. Tom Keim

Our deepest Sympathy and prayers to Destiny and family. first met Bill when I came to Southern California in 1996 and was considering moving here from Florida to continue my career with WoodmenLife. He made my decision easier as he was such a pleasant person to work with. Bill will be missed and leaves an empty hole in the hearts of all who knew him. R.I.P. Bill

Bill was a wonderful and kind man with a heart of gold. He will be missed. We pray for healing for his family. Rest in peace Bill.

Bill was such a kind man, I worked with him for many years. Prayers to his family and all that he has touched. God bless Bill and Destiny.

My deepest sympathy to The entire Arden family. I am deeply sorry for your loss. I will always hold memories of Bill close to my heart. ❤

We will truly miss our dear friend who has served California, it has been our honor to work with Bill over these many years. Thinking of Destiny and her family.

It was truly an honor to work with Bill for many years and was a friend as well.
I remember well when he first came to California. His district began as Southern .CA & NV. Then Utah etc. He worked TOO HARD, but I know he loved what he was doing. I remember, though Bill was sometimes quiet he was a jolly soul and will be greatly missed. My condolences go out to Destiny and the family. R.I.P. BILL, you definitely earned a rest, and are no longer suffering and in God's...