OBITUARY

Rodger William Arnold Jr.

December 19, 1983December 14, 2020
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Rodger William Arnold was born on December 19, 1983 in Philadelphia, PA and passed away on December 14, 2020 and is under the care of Lamb Funeral Home Inc..

Memorial Gathering will be held on January 30, 2021 at 12:30 pm at Lamb Funeral Home Inc., 101 Byberry Rd, Huntingdon Valley, Pennsylvania.

Donations in Rodger William Arnold's memory can be made to Women's Animal Center, The AJ Butz Foundation.

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  • Memorial Gathering

    Saturday, January 30, 2021

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Rodger William Arnold Jr.

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Wanda Arnold

February 6, 2021

Thank you so much for coming to Rodgers memorial it meant alot to mom, dad, wanda ann and bill

clayton Doyle

January 24, 2021

I'll remember Rodger as a caring friend, when I broke my leg in second grade he came over to my house to play and brought me a comic book to read. I remember being so happy a friend came to see me and spend the afternoon playing. Even though we lost touch throughout the years I always remember him as a great friend. I'll never forget you Rodger.
Rest in Peace friend.

Nicole Butz

January 23, 2021

Sending prayers to Rodger, his family and all that love him. Please know that we are with you during this difficult time. When everyone gets back to their normal life and you are left grieving, we will still be sending you love and light.
Our condolences,
Nicole and The AJ Butz Foundation, Inc.

Wanda Arnold

December 25, 2020

Just want to say thank you to everyone who has posted words about my son. We were able to get his ashes home with the family for christmas. A memorial will be posted after the holidays. Thank you to everyone from Rodgers mom and dad

Leo Brown

December 24, 2020

I will miss you my local 19 brother! I miss your hard work. You will missed! Leo Brown

Leo + Andrea Brown

December 23, 2020

Your son was the man! Worked with him for 15 years! Leo and andrea

Wanda Arnold

December 20, 2020

Rj your sister loves you very much. Like every brother and sister you had your fights but I know as being mom to both of you the love is there always. She will miss you

Jon Fine

December 20, 2020

It’s been about a week since Rodger’s been gone. I don’t know if it’s ever really going to sink in that he’s not around anymore. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family. I hope it brings them solace to know that Rodger is a great person full of life and fun. We used to go to the gym together almost everyday. I looked up to him as he taught me everything I know now about working out. I hope he’s at peace now and watching down on us. Happy Birthday brother. I’ll miss you.

Wanda Arnold

December 19, 2020

You are the best father ever. Loving, caring, and teaching him about life. I love you so much for making it possible for me to have our beautiful son. Always my love wanda

Bob Blaszczyk

December 19, 2020

Its been a few years since Rodger & I spoke but when I heard the news Monday it hit very hard. My 1st thought was of all of you. The 2nd was a title wave of memories & emotion. You see Rodger was one of my 1st friends at Valley in 5th grade when I transferred from St. Ephrem’s. We hit it off instantly. From loving rock & heavy metal to action movies, our friendship grew. As if that wasn’t enough our love for hockey really brought us together. As boys playing hockey at Valley, to going through our adolescence years together in middle school playing for the Predators at Roller Rama, to ice hockey as the bash brothers in high school. In between all of those years we developed an amazing friendship, like brothers. You were all so kind to me any time I stepped foot into your home. To having Mr. Arnold as our coach with the Predators to always being at our hockey games in high school. Never shy about telling us if we played bad but to also let us know when we played well. During the time in between all of the hockey we went from boys, to teens, to men together. Unfortunately as life happens people get busy & lose touch which is unfortunate & that’s what happened with Rodger and I. I want to you to know that I will never forget the laughs, the moments, the blood, sweat, tears, sleepovers, party’s & everything else that me & Rodger experienced together. As I sit here writing this on his birthday, I always made it a point to reach out to him because we share back to back birthdays. We called ourselves birthday brothers. Instead, I’m writing this to let you guys know that I love Rodger as a brother & that he will always hold a special place with me. I’m also writing this because I want you all to know that my sincerest thoughts and prayers are with you & my family, especially my mother, send nothing but the best. If you guys need help with anything at all, please don’t ever hesitate to reach out, (215) 783-1725. I’ll always be here for you guys. Take care & all my best!

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