OBITUARY

Jose "Joey" Arrieta III

October 26, 1964June 4, 2021

Jose "Joey" Arrieta III, age 56, of Apache Junction, Arizona passed away on Friday, June 4, 2021. Joey was born October 26, 1964 in Fabens, Texas. He later graduated from Mt. View High School.

Joey had a passion for music, board games, old movies, Jeopardy, and the Raiders football team.

He is survived by his mother, Antonia Arrieta; his father, Jose Arrieta Jr.; his sisters, Diana Murrieta and Delia Arrieta; his nephew, Johnny Murrieta; his nieces, Stephanie Murrieta and Julia Arrieta; 3 great nephews and 2 great nieces.

A celebration of life for Joey will be held Friday, June 25, 2021 at 9:00 AM at Green Acres Mortuary and Cemetery Agave Room, 401 North Hayden Road, Scottsdale, Arizona 85257.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.greenacresmortuary.net for the Arrieta family.

Services

LIVESTREAM SERVICE
25 June

Celebration of Life

9:00 am

Green Acres Mortuary and Cemetery

Agave Hall

401 North Hayden Road
Scottsdale, Arizona 85257

Memories

Jose "Joey" Arrieta III

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Chris Luna

June 17, 2021

I remember when I first met you in home room in Jr high didn't know who you were, by the end of the day we found out we were cousins and in separable for the next 18 yrs we played basketball and you taught me pool , I could never beat you but it was always fun trying, we went to many concerts we rocked out like nobody's beez wacks as your uncle rene would say, so many hangovers so many good times , I wish we didn't stop hanging at the end, I will miss you my brother....

DELIA ARRIETA

June 15, 2021

Just remember when you would make sure I was taken care of. When I started High School you would take me shopping for the latest trend. You also knew how much I loved Vanilla Ice and bought me and Lorraine tickets to go see him.. When we played games or just talked about different current events and we would disagree about something because I was sure I was right.. I would go look it up and sure enough you were right. How that bothered but never stopped us from disagreeing. Also remember our team rival (you Raiders me Broncos) and on game day we would set our helmets on the TV and the loser would remove their helmet off the T.V. after the game and take off to their room all mad was always classic. I'll miss you Brother no matter what.. Like I would always say.. Your favorite little Sister.

Diana Murrietta

June 14, 2021

I will always remember singing and dancing to oldies and acting out the lyrics.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY