Todd Louis Arnold, Sr.
June 18, 2021
Gulfport, Mississippi - Todd Louis Arnold, Sr. age 56, of Gulfport, MS returned to his Heavenly Father at 5:00 PM on Friday, June 18, 2021
He was born in Biloxi, MS on January 31, 1965.
He was the previous Exalter Ruler of Biloxi Elks Lodge #606 and he served in the Seabees.
Todd loved the water. After retirement from car sales, he owned and operated Crazy Crabber Seafood shrimping and crabbing. Back Bay Biloxi was his happy place since childhood. Malissa and Todd shared a love of motorcycles, camping and recreational darts with friends. Todd's fascination with football converted his mother-in-law to a diehard Saints fan. Family was very important to Todd and his heart was as large as his extended family.
He was preceded in death by his brothers, Jason Arnold, Keith Louviere; grandparents, Joseph W and Clara Strong, grandparents,
James Arnold, SR. and Nellie Price; in laws, Salvador and Carol Giuffria.
He is survived by his loving wife, Malissa Giuffria Arnold; his children, Todd L. Arnold, Jr. (Angela), Rindy Smith (Matt), Ryan Arnold and Nicholas Arnold; and eight grandchildren; parents, Don and Nancy Walters, Jim and Joanne Arnold; siblings, J. Chris Arnold (Stacey), Christine Krivanec (Joe), Craig S Arnold, Nathan Arnold (Jennifer), Jerry Taft (Michelle), Tina Simmons (Chris) and Michael Arnold (Crystal); special aunt Karen Strong; numerous nieces and nephews; and pets Jack and Clover.
The service is at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 11148 Klein Road, Gulfport MS on Saturday, June 26th 2:00 P.M.
Friends and family may join us in celebration of his life after the service at Todd and Malissa's home in Gulfport.
The family requests in lieu of flowers, donations be made in his memory to The Maritime and Seafood Industry Museum because of his family's close ties and history in the seafood business.
Bradford-O'Keefe Funeral Home, 15th Street, Gulfport is honored to serve the Arnold family. View and sign the online tribute at www.bokfh.com
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Published by The Sun Herald on Jun. 23, 2021.