Arthur C. STILL
April 29, 1936 – December 20, 2020
Arthur C. STILL was born on April 29, 1936 and passed away on December 20, 2020 and is under the care of Lakeside Memorial Park and Funeral Home.
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Arthur C. STILL
January 11, 2021
I only had one Stepfather. You were a large part of my life in my early years. I teach my kids the same things that you taught me. It may not have shown early on, but I remember all of those little things that you taught me. You are a large reason why I am who I am. There were many people who didn't understand you and why you were so dedicated to whatever you put your mind to. You were truly a man on a mission that could tackle the impossible. I remember the stories of where you came from as a kid with your siblings. You had a hard upbringing, but you and your brothers persevered. You're a success story and you earned everything you ever had.
My memories of you are positive. I still remember the first time I met you. I remember the golf lessons and matches we would play on the ranch. You would challenge me to see who could put it on the hill. You gave me one club and told me to master it. I asked for more, but you told me that I still haven't mastered that one club. I remember you taking me to the driving range to show how you could outhit everyone on the range with a 5 iron, and you definitely proved your point. I also remember going on calls with you when you listened to your police scanner. I felt like a junior cop. We were always in on the scene.
You also showed me just about everything to deal with carpentry. I never took advantage of learning to be an electrician. You were a genius, and in your own way, you were very loving. As an adult, I can see exactly what you did for me. I understand why you acted the way you did, and I can only wish that you could see this and know how grateful I am. I'm most grateful for the confidence that you gave me. You explained it and walked away. You let me succeed or fail on my own.
I can go on and on, but I just wanted to say that you were a great man and you'll be missed. Thank you for everything. All of it was for a purpose. You were truly a success, and your family will continue to carry that torch.
January 4, 2021
My heart hurts knowing that I will not be able to call you up whenever I want. Knowing that you won't be there at my wedding one day. I always said, "Butterfly kisses" was our song. I am thankful that I was able to make it to Miami when I got the call. Although you were no longer responding, I know that you could hear me. I am thankful I was able to hold your hand and sing our song to you. I am able to find peace knowing that I have a guardian angel who is as stubborn as you are and you'll keep Odin and I safe. I was always your little angel, and now you are mine. I find peace knowing that you are no longer in pain and that you are with Carolyn and family. I loved you then, I love you Still. Always have, Always will.
Love you, Daddy <3
Ashleigh Taylor Still
December 24, 2020
I know you are celebrating with your beautiful daughter, Carolyn and all of your family members that have passed. Your body is now restored and there is no suffering or pain. Rest In Peace, Art ❤️