Guest Book for Arnold Bennett Dooley

Provided by Burns Mortuary of Pendleton

Posted by: patti dooley
Wed March 17, 2010
Cathy and family I am very sadden by the loss of Dad.May you all find peace that he is finally out of pain. He will guide us from above each day. He will be missed by family and friends.Even though he was my Dad through marriage it never stopped my love for him nor the family. I will miss him greatly patti

Posted by: Tony Robles
Wed March 17, 2010
Arnold was a kind man who always treated me well. I considered him to be a friend of mine rather than just my friends' Dad. I will miss his subtle wit. My Father and him were also friends and I know they are probably shaking hands once again...Rest in Peace.

Posted by: michael burton
Thu March 18, 2010
Arnold was a classy friend of mine. Always had that great smile and humor. He made me laugh when we would visit each other. I will miss him for his genuine generosity, kindness and love for other people. I will miss him greatly!!!!! I will see him again one day when the world is different place

Posted by: Kathy Comstock
Thu March 18, 2010
Cathy I am so sorry to hear about Arnold. I remember the stories he used to tell us when he was our "door watcher" during Round-Up at the Woolen Mills. I know you will miss him deeply, but memories are a wonderful treasure of our loved ones. Kathy Comstock

Posted by: Gary & Sandie Reed
Thu March 18, 2010
Dear Cathy, We are sorry to hear of our friend Arnold's passing away. The tears and sorrow we experience as we lose a loved one reminds us of Jesus description of death as an "enemy". Our hope of the promised resurrection can sustain and comfort us as we look forward to the day when we will see all those in Jehovah's memory standing up as they are called. Much love and concern, Gary & Sandie Reed

Posted by: Monica Cortez
Thu March 25, 2010
Brother Dooley was such a joy to see when I would visit the Pendleton Congregation! I loved his stories and Jokes. May he rest until Jehovah wakens him in the new system!

Posted by: Arne L. Swanson
Fri June 04, 2010
Cathy, My memories of Arne are so wonderful. They go back so far to the Kawanis Kapers days in the 1960's. Arne was a good friend and a generous man with his time and resources. I suppose there are many people who share my feelings of this wonderful man who set a great example for so many others. There's many smiles and much happiness which depend on Arne's memory. Bless you.