W. Mac Arnold
January 30, 1928 – April 20, 2021
Warren "MAC" ARNOLD, 93, passed away on Tuesday, April 20, 2021, at his home, surrounded with love by his family. Born Jan. 30, 1928 in Angola, Ind, he was the son of Howard and Wava "Joyce" (McKen zie) Arnold. Mac attended Angola High School where he enjoyed playing on the basketball team. After High School, Mac attended IU prior to joining the Navy, where he was stationed in San Diego, Calif., during the Korean War. He returned to Fort Wayne began his career of over 36 years as an insurance adjuster with American States Insurance Company. Mac was admired for his incredible sense of humor and was loved by all. He enjoyed 27 years at Coldwater Lake, along with traveling with his wife, fishing, riding his motorcycle, golfing, and playing poker. Mac also enjoyed listening to Blues and Jazz. Mac was a devoted husband, an amazing father and grandfather and will be missed greatly. He is survived by his wife of more than 63 years, Nancy L. (Miller) Arnold; children, Kim (Bobby) Lukasheay, Mark (Cathy) Arnold and Tracy Gunter; sister, Jean Errington; grandchildren, Brittany Hendrix, Ryan (Kelsee) Arnold, Nicholas Gunter, and Audrey Lukasheay; and five great-grandchildren. Private family services have been arranged. Burial will take place in Highland Park Cemetery, Fort Wayne. Donations may be directed to Riley Hospital for Children, or St. Jude Children's Research Hospital. The family would like to thank the staff at Eleos Hospice; especially Brittany and Katelynn for their excellent care and compassion. For online condolences, visit www.hockemeyermillerfh.com
- St Jude Children's Hospital
- Riley Children's Hospital
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W. Mac Arnold
May 3, 2021
I always remembered Mac when I went to work with my dad Vince Petit. He was always so friendly and found some fun things for me to do while I was in the office.
May 2, 2021
I am so sorry for your loss. I worked with Mac at American States! He sure made it so my workday was never dull! I will never forget when I first learned I was hired. American States was on Lake Avenue then and everyone had a small office. Mac took me to my office to show me and it was used for storage. Lol There was a big wicker chair in there and he informed me that would be my office chair! But it turned out he was the most helpful in teaching me their computer! He was a great man!