Marjorie Jeanette Arnade

October 30, 1929November 4, 2012

Marjorie Jeanette Arnade was born on October 30, 1929 and passed away on November 4, 2012 in Wilmington, NC.


Marjorie Jeanette Arnade

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December 20, 2012

Your mother was a good woman and loved by all who knew her at Saint Leo University. I will remember her and all the Arnade family in the Masses of Christmas day.
Peace be with you,
Sister Dorothy

Edith Ramlow

November 9, 2012

Your mother always had a warm smile and words of encouragement to her co-workers and Saint Leo Students. I've always remembered the time she made my day brighter in the midst of researching reference works for my first library science class. She invited me for a break and shared a piece of fruit and told me to just keep plugging away at it...just what I needed during a busy and stressful time.

November 9, 2012

To All the Arnade Family
Your mother was a wonderful lady to her family, her community and all she met. We should be thankful for what we have gained from knowing her and having her in our lives.
Bob and Mary Cannon Cabot

Linda Knight

November 8, 2012

To the Arnade Family,
Having bought your parents home in San Antonio we were fortunate enough to have met your mom and other family members several times. Your mom seemed to be a very kind and lovely person and we are sorry for your loss. I am sure she shall be missed by all who knew her. We find it sad both your parents have now passed since they moved away. We just wanted to say that our home will always be open for your family to visit when you are in the area. We hope you all can find peace during this difficult time. Your mom was obviously very loved by those who knew her. Again, we are so sorry.

November 7, 2012

Marge Arnade was a credit to the San Antonio, FL community. She was very intelligent and a friend to all. On her daily walks around town, she always toted a rubbish bag and picked up any trash she saw discarded. She and her husband and family occupied a big old house in San Antonio until he passed and she moved. ...a very active and fine citizen in town, in Florida, and in our Country.
Dot Gibbs Savio (formerly of San Antonio, FL)

Margaret Herrmann Beaumont

November 6, 2012

To all the Arnade Family:

I'm so sorry for your loss. Marge had such a beautiful smile and disposition to match. We loved seeing her on the visits back to San An since your Mother and Dad moved away. It was a loss to our community when they moved away to the Washington DC area to be closer to some of their kids, but we certainly understood that it was the right thing to do. As it turned out, it was providential that she moved closer to her family, so that she got to spend more time with their kids and grandkids in the Autumn of her life. Who would've expected that the Winter of her life was going to come so soon after she left here? I hope she didn't suffer too much. We'll miss her visits, but we won't forget her, or your Dad. They both were treasures to all who knew them.

Sincerely, Margaret Herrmann Beaumont

November 6, 2012

Members of the Arnade family,

Your Mother was a lady in the best sense of the word. It was our honor to have been a part of her life. We have missed your Mother and your Father ever since they moved away from San Antonio. Now we miss them in a different way. May your countless happy memories help lessen your sorrow. Your Mother was well loved by the residents of San Antonio and we would like to honor her memory by posting some information about her very interesting life experiences. Please contact us at City Hall with any details you would like to share. We are very sorry for your loss.

Sincerely, Barbara Herrmann Sessa, City Clerk