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Obituaries

Richard L. Arnold, 64

Dan McClelland

Richard L. Arnold, 64, of Middleburg, Florida passed away on July 12, 2016.
Born on October 29th, 1951 in Tupper Lake to the late Maynard L. and Mildred K. (McDonald) Arnold.
Dick was a member of Clay Hill Church of God in Middleburg Florida, a hard-working man who "told it like it was" and was his wife's hero.
At the age of 59, he enjoyed attending Tulsa Welding School in Jacksonville and the many friends he made there. He especially loved riding his Harley year-round since his retirement to Florida.
Dick joined his beloved Marine Corps at the age of 17, serving his country in Vietnam and was honorably discharged in 1971.
He worked for several years for the State of New York after his discharge from the Marines, before moving to Reno Nevada. While in Nevada he worked as a welder, a Nevada State Prison guard, and in 1984 was hired with the US Postal Service. He pursued his career as a letter carrier and moved back to New York State. He delivered mail in Tupper Lake from 1987 until his retirement in 2006. Dick worked at Mountain Lake Academy in Lake Placid from 2007 until retiring to Florida in 2010.
He is a beloved husband, dad, papa, brother and uncle.
Dick is survived by his wife, Nancy Arnold; sons, Dylan L Arnold (Lindsay) of Fernley, Nevada; Jason D. Flyte of York, Pennsylvania; Adam T. Arnold of Tupper Lake; daughter April Lynn of Middleburg, Florida; brother Michael Arnold of Ridgefield, Washington; sisters, Susan Frank (Richàrd) of Schenectady, and Roxanne Arnold of Reno, Nevada; 11 grandchildren- Alexis, Preston, Katie, Alissa, Bradley, Andrew, Michaela, Piper, Kobie, Joseph and Brody; a great-grandson, Greyson Alexander and numerous nieces and nephews.
A memorial service was held on July 14 at Clay Hill Church of God in Middleburg, Florida. 
Internment in the Jacksonville National Cemetery with military honors will be scheduled at a later date.
A celebration of Dick's life will be held at 2p.m. on Saturday, September 10 at the VFW on Park Street in Tupper Lake for those who would like to come and share fond memories and stories of a man gone to soon.