Arnold, Terry

January 20th, 2016

At Victoria Hospital on Wednesday, January 20th, 2016 with his loving wife Vicky by his side, Mr. Terry Arnold of London, passed away in his 85th year, leaving behind his dear sister Sheila Robinson of England.  Vicky would like to express thanks to the medical staff at Victoria Hospital for their kindness and exceptional care.  Cremation has taken place. Visitation will be held on Thursday, February 11th, 2016 from 7:00 – 9:00 p.m. as well as one hour prior to the memorial service being held at WESTVIEW FUNERAL CHAPEL, 709 Wonderland Road North, on Friday, February 12th, 2016 at 11:00 a.m.  Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Terry are asked to consider The Salvation Army.

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Len @C-door @L.H.S.C Dear Vicky So sorry for your loss I was pleased to have met you and was able to be there for our nightly visits .I enjoyed the many talks we had and hope that I was a help May God watch over you and your family at this sad time .
Gord and Linda McDougallOur deepest sympathy Vicky. Terry was always kind and considerate having a kind word for everyone he met. May your memories give you comfort in this difficult time.
Nicolas MartinezDear Vicky, I was so sorry to hear of Terry's passing. I would like to extend my deepest sympathies to yourself and his sister Shiela Robinson. I'll always remember fondly growing up with Terry around the house; riding the bus with him, and his taking Erik and I out to the London Air Show. He was a kind soul and he will be missed. Sincerely, Nicolas Martinez
Stephanie HanshawSorry to hear about Terry. He has been a fixture in our lives since the early 80's. Our family will miss him terribly. We had some good times, lots of laughs and lots of love. He was a good man! All the best Vicky in this sad time. Stephanie and Rafe Hanshaw
Carla and Steve HanwellWe are so very sorry to hear of Terry's passing. We will always remember his laughter and witty remarks. He was always there for his friends and he will be sadly missed by all of us. Our thoughts are with Vicky and all of Terry's family. We know you're at peace now "buddy". Love, Carla & Steve
Mavis SpearesDear Vicky -- deepest sympathy on your loss. Mavis
Steven & RubyDear Vicky----our deepest sympathy goes out to you on your loss.
Carole FarberHi Vicki I have such wonderful and welcoming memories of Terry and you when we met at the Pearl. Terry was a great conversant as were you --always ready for discussion. I truly appreciated him and you as well. Will be thinking of you both best Carole
Bill BrockTo Vicky and Sheila condolences from a retired employee who worked with Terry for several years at London Transit when we were kids back in the 70's & 80"s. Deepest sympathy Bill.
Victoria VieauDear Vicki: I am so so sad to have read about Terry's passing. He was always a happy person with a great smile and was a great listener. He was very compassionate. You and Terry had a great relationship and were fun to be around. Please take care of yourself Vicki and surround yourself with your many friends.
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