Robert David Arndell

February 16, 1964October 5, 2013

Robert “David” Arndell, 49, of Evansville, passed away Saturday, October 5, 2013, and has gone to be with his Lord.

David worked at Goodwill Industries for over 15 years and was an avid Chicago Bears and Cubs fan.

He is survived by his parents, Gene and Rosemary Arndell; son, David Lee Arndell; daughter, Maria Arndell; and two grandchildren.

Private family services will be held. Condolences may be made online at


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Paul & Susie Mattingly

October 12, 2013

Our condolences go out to the family. David was a great guy who had some hard things happen and kept on going no matter what. We know he is in heaven and we rejoice at the relief that brings both him and the love ones he leaves behind.

Paul and Susie Mattingly

sue smith

October 9, 2013

dear david , you are the sweetest man an will be greatly missed. may you fly with the angels now. with our deepest sorrow , sue smith and linda nelson.

dorrene jerry feltman

October 9, 2013

I am so sorry Rose an Gene of your loss but think what heaven gained you are thought of so often may GOD give you peace in all you have done for him in this life

October 8, 2013

gene and rose i am so saddened by the passing of david i will always remember his smile and his love of the cubs. you are in my thoughts an prayers, may god be your strength during this time of sorrow. kathy beste (spencers sister).

Linda "Beetle" Bailey

October 8, 2013

My sympathies to the family. David was my classmate at Tecumseh H.S. He was a kind and funny guy and we had some good laughs (and fires) sharing lockers next to each other. David was one of the first people I made friends with as I transferred there in my freshman year. He quickly started introducing me as his sister. We were the last class to graduate from the old school so there was plenty of mischief out of all of us. One fall there was a huge pile of leaves outside and the wind was blowing like crazy so we opened the doors and sent this massive wave of leaves flying down the hall to Big Ed's (principal) office and we both ran different ways to not get caught. And of course Big Ed would get on the intercom and say "we know who you are so just turn yourselves in" (never did) and the whole school would erupt laughing. He and Angelena were classic high school sweethearts...adorable! Oh those were the good times. God bless you David, I'll never forget your smile.

Brittany Fox

October 8, 2013

I worked with David. He will be greatly missed. Prayers for the family and God bless you.


October 8, 2013

Dear David ;
You will be greatly missed. Your smile greeted me first thing every morning here at my receptionist desk . Monday, Wednesday, and Friday's. You never fell too say hello or goodbye when you left at the end of your day. You are with our Heavenly Father now and what a jouney that's going to be. I can see you now, glowing with the angels and talking about those "CUBS". I have saying that I love, and I would like to share with your family to help them through these sadness your you being gone. "Not only Breath the monments you have cherished , but chershied the monments you have breath." You and your family will be in our thoughts and prayers, and may we continue to "Praise His Holy Name". Another beautiful saying is "All I want you to remember , is to forever remember , how much I have Love you!"

Sincerely with love and prayers,
Carolyn Rodenberg
Receptionist @ Goodwill Industries