Gary H. Arnold

Gary H. Arnold, 64, of St. Petersburg passed away at the family residence on Sunday September 29, 2019. He was born in Baltimore, MD., moving to Florida in 1974. Gary was a life-long volunteer for the city of St. Petersburg and was a member of St. Paul’s Catholic Church in St. Petersburg.

He is survived by his mother, Regina McMahon of Pinellas Park; sisters, Linda Carvalho of Edgewood, NM. & Annette Herrmann (William) of Clearwater; step brother, Raymond McMahon Jr. of Sarasota; uncle, Richard Kornick (Jeanette) of Great Falls, MT.; nieces and nephews, Sunshine Hubbard, Jesse Collins ( Lindsay), Jeanne Collins, Sierra Collins, Javier Carvalho and Santiago Carvalho. He was preceded in death by father, Hugh Arnold of Springfield, IL.

Visitation: at Taylor Funeral Home on Saturday October 5th at 9:30 am prior to Mass.

Mass: at Sacred Heart Catholic Church on Saturday October 5th at 11:30 am.

Entombment: to follow at Calvary Cemetery.

Sacred Heart Catholic Church is located at: 4661 82nd Ave. N., Pinellas Park, FL 33781

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Sunshine Hubbard
1 year ago

The simplest things in life brought you such joy. Thank you for all the memories you’ve given me Uncle. No one will ever pick better birthday cards than you! Rest peacefully. We love you.
Sunshine, Dean, Jahsayah and Donyahe

Annette Herrmann
1 year ago

Gary was a loving son, brother, and friend to all he met. He overcame his disabilities to lead a life of simple pleasures. He loved God and Family most of all. So many memories fill my heart; from playing catch together, bike riding, long monopoly games, train times at Christmas, and swimming in the pool together when we were young. As we got older there were Spring Training Games, Strawberry Festivals, and going to the Movies. We still had fun together. He was very appreciative of everyone with a loving heart and a pure soul. There’s no other love like… Read more »

Jesse Collins
1 year ago

Don’t ever take a moment for granted because you never know when it will be the last opportunity to say goodbye! I’ll miss all the great conversation we shared on the holiday dinners, the baseball games, and spending time at grandmas house! I remember grandma use to tell us to slow down that we were eating to fast, but grandmas food was so good we would always be the ones to eat the most. I love you uncle Gary and will see you soon!

Sharon Grace Penfold
1 year ago

My condolences on your loss. May God be with you all.

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