Clarence M. Arnold

July 25, 1936 - January 21, 2022

Clarence Milton Arnold, 85, of Sour Lake, died Friday, January 21, 2022, at Arden Place of Beaumont. He was born July 25, 1936, to Nellie Mae Johnson Arnold and Ernest Arnold. He was a United States Army veteran.

He is survived by his wife, Dot Arnold, of Sour Lake; son, Rusty Arnold and his wife, Yingying, of Sulphur, Louisiana; brothers, Douglas Arnold and his wife, Shirley, of Silsbee; Cecil Arnold and his wife, Barbara, of Colmesneil; sister, Beverly Arnold of Spurger; grandchildren, Ben Kennedy and his wife, Sharon; Luke Kennedy; Alex Arnold; and Amy Turnbull-Hardt and her husband, David.

Clarence is preceded in death by his daughter, Tammye Arnold Kennedy.

Mr. Arnold‘s graveside service will be 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, January 25, 2022, at Allison Cemetery, 566 Allison Cemetery Road, Warren, under the direction of Broussard’s, 1605 North Major Drive, Beaumont.

Memorial contributions may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, Tennessee 38105.

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Allison Cemetery-Warren
  • 2787, Allison Cemetery Road, Warren, Texas, 77664,
  • January 25, 2022
  • 2:00 pm

Comments (5)

    Margaret Coco Mignery says:

    The Coco family extends our deepest sympathy to dear Dot on the passing of her husband. Clarence was a wonderful neighbor and friend to all, especially to my parents who cherished his friendship.
    Rest In Peace Clarence

    Corrie Woody says:

    My heart is just aching – your family is such a part of all things happy in my childhood and Clarence was such a wonderful man and friend to our family. Sending love and prayers.

    LeElla & Herc Rogers says:

    What a shock! Clarence had just told the nurses that he wanted to go home, well, he did. He’s in heaven in his mansion that was built for him. He was such a good man, always seemed happy and content. Dot, Rusty, please know that you and the family are in our prayers off and on during the day and night. I’m asking for that peace that surpasses all understanding and I’m sure it will be granted to you. Take care.

    Barbara Fesco says:

    Dot I am sorry to hear about Clarence. My husband and I are just getting over COVID so I will not be able to attend. You and your family are in my THOUGHTS AND PRAYERS ????????????

    Charlie Coco says:

    Dot and Rusty,
    I am so sad to hear of Clarence’s passing. He was the best neighbor growing up and he Knew how to do and fix anything. Friends like Clarence don’t come around often. He will be missed but I’m sure he’ll be happy to be with Tammye. Prayers to you all.

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