Avis de décès
24 août 1974 – 16 novembre 2021
Everyone's "Kuya" (word for Older Brother in Filipino) by Dennis Bituin
Arnold was born on August 24, 1974 in Quezon City, Philippines to Sonny Bituin and Lorna Bituin. He proudly attended University of Maryland Baltimore County and later received his law degree from Widener University Law School in 2008 and practiced criminal law.
He dedicated his life to helping his family, friends, and people in the church. Leading and teaching were just some of his many gifts. He touched all of our lives through serving and led many people to the gospel. He inspired others to follow Christ and to surrender to God’s will unconditionally. His life’s testimony served as an example on how to trust the Lord with all your heart and be fully dependent on His grace and mercy.
Arnold loved adventure, being outdoors, road trips with friends, cooking and baking, a wide range of music, and was a huge fan of the Chicago Bulls. He loved to laugh, and is well known for livening up the room with his beloved sense of humor
What a legacy, what a life my brother lived that makes him live forever in our hearts. His presence will be greatly missed and we will be ever so grateful for the 47 years God gave us with you.
Kuya Arnold, thank you for being such an incredible role model to all of us and loving us unconditionally. Though we are all grieving, we are comforted by the love of God that you are now in the presence of God and enjoying your life eternally in heaven and celebrating with Mom and Dad.
Arnold Sison Bituin, age 47, of Silver Spring, Maryland passed away on Tuesday, November 16, 2021. He is survived by his brother Dennis and sister-in-law Jennifer, and his many uncles, aunts, and cousins who love him dearly.
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