Obituary for Brad Arnold

Brad Arnold, age 40 of Amarillo, passed away on December 15th, 2017 in Lubbock, TX.

A celebration of his life will be at 11:00 am Saturday, December 30th at Lighthouse Church, 4020 SW 50th Ave with Chris Condit, Pastor of Hillside Christian Church Northwest Campus, officiating.

Interment will follow at 3:00 pm in the City of Lubbock Cemetery. Arrangements are under the guidance of Lighthouse Funeral and Cremation Services.

Brad was born on March 28th, 1977 in Lubbock to Roy Arnold and Sondra Brewer. He was a Correctional Officer for the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, and had worked for units in both Amarillo and Lubbock.

Some of his hobbies included watching WWE, writing music and playing his guitar, and attending concerts. His favorite artists were Aaron Watson, Luke Bryan, and News Boys.

He was an avid New York Giants fan, and particularly enjoyed watching Eli Manning and Odell Beckham. He will be dearly missed by his family and friends.

Brad was preceded in death by his grandparents; Hanford Brewer, Jim and Fern Bulls, Ernest and Mary Arnold; and his Aunt Bonnie.

Left to cherish his memories are his wife, Christina Arnold; 2 daughters, Bethany and Kayla Arnold; 2 stepdaughters, Cheyenne and Courtney Shepard; his parents, Roy and Sondra Arnold, and stepmother, Debra Arnold; 2 brothers, Steve and Matthew Arnold; a sister, Shyanne Arnold, a grandson, and 3 special friends, Jeremy Bonar, Matthew McDonough, and Phil Hutcherson.

5 Replies to “Obituary for Brad Arnold”

  1. I will miss my husband bradley arnold so much he will always be in my heart love u so much forever and always

    1. Christina i am so very hurt and upset . Text me please 6085726694 . Or unblock me on facebook. We need to be there for each other.

  2. Brad you will be missed dearly you are still one of the nicest people I’ve ever met I cannot believe that you are gone you were such a great friend you will be missed R.I.P.

    ~Sincerely You’re Friends From WWE

  3. Rest in peace my friend. Just as our song said, “Dance your cares away, worries for another day.” We had some great times; I wish there were more, but I will remember the ones that meant the most.

  4. Daddy I just still cannot believe you are gone 😔 i cry almost every day and night because I could have been there and wouldn’t have passed. I miss you so much daddy💔 i will be making a trip very soon to visit you in the Cemetary. I love you dearly and so does your grandson.

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