Sylvia Stuart J Arnold obituary photo
 
In Memory of

Sylvia Stuart J Arnold

December 30, 1941 - September 15, 2017

Obituary


Arnold, Stuart J., (76) born 10-19-40, in Chicago, Illinois, passed away in Peoria, Arizona on 8-3-17 after a long 6 year battle with Cancer and his beloved wife of 55 years, Sylvia "Cookie", (75) born 12-30-41, in Chicago, Illinois, passed away in Peoria, Arizona on 9-15-17, after a very very long 13 year battle with Cancer. 
Beloved parents of Robbie Arnold, Debbie Hernandez  (Michael), Tammy Arnold. Stuart, beloved son of Edythe Arnold and  the late Saunders Arnold. Brother of Corky Arnold (Leslie). 
Cookie, beloved daughter of the late Morris "Argy" and Sophie Weitzman. Sister of...

Arnold, Stuart J., (76) born 10-19-40, in Chicago, Illinois, passed away in Peoria, Arizona on 8-3-17 after a long 6 year battle with Cancer and his beloved wife of 55 years, Sylvia "Cookie", (75) born 12-30-41, in Chicago, Illinois, passed away in Peoria, Arizona on 9-15-17, after a very very long 13 year battle with Cancer. 
Beloved parents of Robbie Arnold, Debbie Hernandez  (Michael), Tammy Arnold. Stuart, beloved son of Edythe Arnold and  the late Saunders Arnold. Brother of Corky Arnold (Leslie). 
Cookie, beloved daughter of the late Morris "Argy" and Sophie Weitzman. Sister of Roz and the late Billy Gurtz, Melvin Weitzman (Gail), Stewart (Carol) Weitzman. Loving Papa and Grandma to Jeremy, Sabrina, Samantha, Nicholas, Shane, Zachary and Lainey. Fond Uncle and Aunt of Mark, Randi (Norm), Adam (Gabby), Brittany (Jim), Shannon (Tamo), 
Chloe and Luke. 

Stuart was one of a kind. He had an amazing work ethic, he loved his family with his whole heart and he was a "no nonsense, tell it like it is kind of guy." Sometimes he would even say "Don't bother me" or "I just want to be left alone", lol!  Although, he only had three blood children he was a "father" figure to many more. He loved his grandchildren more than anything and was very proud of everyone. 
Sylvia was "One Tough Cookie." She lit up a room like no other. She loved to shop, eat out at restaurants, socialize and call everyone frequently to check up on them. She loved a good time and if she had it her way, everyone would live in one huge mansion all together. She loved her family and friends more than life and would do anything for each and everyone one of them.

Funeral Service:
-Phoenix Memorial Park Chapel
200 West Beardsley, Phoenix AZ 85027 
-Tuesday September 19, 2017 @ 10:00 am,
-Followed by Burial in the Shalom Garden at Phoenix Memorial Park