Arnold B. Stein
Arnold B. Stein, 73, beloved husband of Gail (nee Roland), father of Jennifer (Judd) Goodman and the late Jeffrey, grandfather of Charlie and Jordan, and brother of Rick (Tova) lost his long and valiant fight to multiple myeloma. He was the son of the late Ozzie and Lillian Stein. He was a graduate of the University of Illinois and Northwestern Law School. He practiced with Schiller, Ducanto and Fleck for 40 years and was consistently voted as one of the Top 10 Divorce Attorneys in Chicago. He was well respected by his peers, clients, and judges alike. Nothing brought him more joy than watching his grandsons score a soccer goal or get a hit. Private funeral services will be held in Florida. Donations to Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation or Dana Farber would be appreciated.

Published by Chicago Tribune on Nov. 26, 2021.
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Arnie was an amazing mentor who took me under his wing when I first started practicing family law. We worked side-by-side for over 20 years. No matter how difficult the case, Arnie was always up for the challenge. He was hardworking, a gentleman and dedicated to the practice of family law. Arnie made going to the office a pleasure every day. He will be missed but his legacy will go on.
Jennifer Dillon
Work
December 6, 2021
Jennifer L. Dillon
December 6, 2021
I am deeply saddened to hear of Arnie´s passing. i have fond memories of practicing law with whom i found to be a zealous and fierce advocate yet a man of his word with the utmost integrity . He will be sorely missed.
Dean Dussias
December 1, 2021
Thinking of you and sending our condolences. So sorry to hear about Arnie and trust he is at peace. I think about the fun times we had - always playing together when we were kids. He was a good friend and helped me out a lot when I first got to Champaign. We remember the great times Arnie and Gail had with me and my Gail. Always enjoyed talking with Arnie and am sorry we lost touch in our older years. We will miss him. May his memory be for a blessing.
David and Gail Jordani
Friend
November 28, 2021
We are so sorry for the loss of your loving husband, father and grandfather and the loss of our friend.
Paulette & Bobby
Friend
November 27, 2021
Thinking of you and sending our condolences. Arnie will be missed by all of us. Jen, gail, judd, char and jordan sending love. Steph and mike
Stephanie Baum
Friend
November 27, 2021
I am so very sorry to learn of Arnie´s passing. Knew him from from baseball in Lincolnwood in junior high through high school at Niles West and as a fraternity brother of ZBT in Champaign. Arnie was a year ahead of me but we enjoyed little league and playing together through high school. He was always a soft spoken and gentle man, a genuinely nice person who was supportive and complimentary of all around him. It was not surprising to learn he enjoyed a great reputation as a lawyer in an area that helped people resolve their differences. From the early years, I remember his Dad, who like most of the parents, never missed a game we played and was always supportive of the coaching and our classmates regardless of the outcomes and how we played. Arnie will be greatly missed.
John E Nathan, DDS, MDS
School
November 26, 2021
My sincere condolences to the family ..I know he will live on in your hearts with wonderful memories ! Love to all..
Hedy Merel
November 25, 2021
Gail, Jen & Judd & Family May the love of friends and family carry you through this sad time. Y'all are in our thoughts & prayers during this difficult time. Love, Larry & Phyl Ray
Larry & Phyl Ray
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November 25, 2021
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