Christopher Ray Arndt
May 24, 1984 – August 3, 2018
Christopher Ray Arndt May 24, 1984 - August 3, 2018
Passions & hobbies: He loved helping people, learning new things and working with his hands, always wanted to make someone smile and take their pain away, has a HUGE heart and an old soul. He always knew what to say in any situation to make you not think about the negative and grasp the positive. Family was always his number one to him. He was a great father, devoted husband, beloved son and loving big brother. Survivors include his wife Mallory Arndt; and children, Kynlee, Brylee & Cheston; his mother, Candace Calkins and his father, Felix Arndt, Sr.; siblings, Felix Arndt Jr, Tabitha Padilla, Chelsie McHorse, Andrew Weaver, Skyler Arndt, & Patrick Arndt; and his in-laws, Evan and Janet Churchwell. He will be loved and missed by his nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. Preceding Chris in death were his grandparents, Terry & Linda Moberly and Janie & Joseph Arndt. Memorial services will be at 2:00 p.m. Wednesday, August 8, 2018 at Sunny Lane Southern Baptist Church, 4500 SE 31st St., Del City, OK 73115. Memorial contributions should be made to, the Arndt Children’s Fund, c/o FNB Community Bank, P.O. Box 10600, Midwest City, OK 73140.
- Memorial Service Wednesday, August 8, 2018
Christopher Ray Arndt
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October 22, 2018
You constantly cross my mind daily, my heart breaks a lil more everyday trying to put the puzzle together in my head! I miss you so much and words can’t describe my love for you! Your my biggest brother and my protector and my partner in crime... so many memories flood my mind from doing stuff together that could’ve got us both in trouble, to late night talks, to sneaking behind moms back to go do something stuff. We had our ups and down but you’ll always be my big bubba and now my biggest guardian angel! Plz look over me and your nephews and niece! We love you so much, until we meet again bubba! Love always, your lil sis! 💓💋
James & Kathy Arndt
August 6, 2018
We remember the time you and your brother got to spend the night with us at our home in Moore. We put your footed pajamas on you and they were short/ small for you. James and I laughed so hard at the 2 of you trying to walk with those on because you couldn't straighten your legs. Your life ended way too soon, we really never got the chance to know you once you were grown. Chi hullo li. (Love you)
Uncle James and Aunt Kathy.