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ARNOLDO "ARNOLD" ROJAS Surrounded by his loving family, the Lord extended His hand and called Arnold home on October 30, 2016 at the age of 55. Arnold was born January 10, 1961, in Burlington, WA, to Pedro and Juanita Rojas. He was raised in Granger, WA where he attended grade school through high school and graduated in 1978. Shortly after high school he moved to Kenne-wick where he made his home until his death. The loves of his life were his children and he was most proud of his only grandchild, Avigail Rojas. Arnold loved sports and enjoyed the youth years of coaching his children in their sports activities. He said that both of his boys could of played in the Super bowl, that is just how awesome they were. He said, my sweetie, his only daughter, was also a very talented basketball player, which was his favorite sport. Arnold worked as a lead Mill Wright at Boise Cascade in Wallula, where he worked until retirement. He loved his music and could dance like no other. He is survived by his children Nicholas Rojas (Araceli), Julian Rojas, Miranda Rojas (Richard), his 1 granddaughter, Avigail Rojas. His 14 siblings, Pedro (Viola) Rojas, Irma (Uriel) Mendoza, Celina (Richardo) Garza, Salvador Rojas, Delia (Jose) Orozco, Norma (Gerald) Hernandez, Able (Pam) Rojas, Juan "Joe" Rojas, Daniel (Coletta) Rojas, Maria Isabel (Mario) Sanchez, Linda (Ruben) Pena, Becky (Angel) Balderas, Cruz (Brock) Rojas, Maria (Jeff) Sears, and several nieces and nephews. He is preceded in death by his parents, Pedro and Juanita Rojas, and grandparents, Jose and Maria Rojas and Juan and Librada Hernandez. At Arnolds request we will be having a celebration of life on Saturday, November 5 at 12pm, Noon. This will be held at the Old Warehouse Furniture restaurant, 705 Railroad Ave, in Zillah, WA. You are all invited to bring your favorite potluck dish.
Published in Tri-City Herald on Nov. 2, 2016