Arnold Joseph Horn

December 9, 1929December 7, 2020

Arnold Joseph HORN, age 90, of Las Vegas, Nevada passed away on Monday, December 7, 2020. Arnold was born December 9, 1929 in Buffalo, New York.

A funeral service for Arnold will be held Tuesday, December 15, 2020 from 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM at Palm Cheyenne Mortuary, 7400 West Cheyenne Avenue, Las Vegas, NV 89129.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the HORN family.


  • Funeral Service

    Tuesday, December 15, 2020



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Mary Sprague

December 18, 2020

It wasn’t till late and 77 when I moved with my children from New York to Florida to be a little closer to my mom. What a special treat it was to get to know And enjoy my brother Arnold for the first time in my adult life . Arlene and Arnold had something very special, That could only be formed with time and contact They were so good for each other. Arnold and I , we had fun. He had a sense of humor as varied as his lifestyle, and knowledge that was endless. I never tired of listening to his life’s stories. He shared with me another side of the life we lived.
You will be so missed big Brother, till we meet again. Love Mg
Special prayers for Alison, Paul, and Families

John Horn

December 15, 2020

Arnold coming home from the service, fishing with him and Dad, and many years working together. Always there for help and advice. We will all miss you. Susie remembers he could fix anything. May he rest in peace. All our best to Allison, Paul, and families.

Arlene McCarville

December 15, 2020

I have no goodbyes. I am filled with gratitude for all Arnold and I have shared these many years. Alison says we are 2 peas in a pod. So yes, I hold close his spirit for the rest of my days.

Janice Ferguson

December 13, 2020

Childhood memories. Arnold had a newspaper route. As a lot more papers were delivered on Sunday I often helped. I was rewarded with melon and ice cream eaten on the steps of our back porch. Just the 2 of us

These past 10 years were very special for Arlene and I we shared dinner every Tuesday and Thursday with Arnold during the winter months.

Thanks Arnold For being my big brother. Love you and will miss you.

Carol Ferguson Augsburger

December 12, 2020

He had such a gentle disposition and so willing to help my mom (and all his siblings) with anything from computers, cars to gadgets, to redesigning a baby dresser into a desk. I was impressed with how much he was like Grandpa Andrew Horn in mannerisms & looks, especially in his 70's. When, he emptied his house out in Cheektowaga he gave my daughter ceramic pieces to paint and various other items that I will continue to treasure. We will toast to you from the glasses and tableware we still have! Uncle Arnold will be long remembered & missed! Paul and Allison, may you have comfort and peace during this time of sorrow.

Margaret Dick

December 12, 2020

The Alumni Committee of Blessed Trinity School offers its sincere condolences on Arnold's passing. As a member of the Class of 1943, he will be remembered by name at our annual Alumni Memorial Mass in October 2021.

Carolyn Stachera

December 11, 2020

There were eleven years and several states that separated my brother and I while we raised our families, searching for our German ancestry during the nineties brought us together - long distance - for an interesting journey that consumed Arnold for many years. He was very thorough and meticulous, and absolutely delighted with each new discovery. His failing eye sight caused him to put the genealogy aside but not before he printed the Family Tree.

We each have our favorite memories of Arnold. Mine center mostly in the more recent years when we would talk at length on the phone about his family, old friends of his, his work experiences, and his special relationship with our sister Arline.

He was an incredible guy! So smart, talented, and always willing to help someone or fix a problem. I shall miss him very, very much.

My love and prayers to Alison , Paul and the families. Carolyn