Arnold R. Nachweich

Arnold R. Nachweich

Arnold R. Nachweich Jr., 69, of Bay City, passed away on the morning of Tuesday, November 4, 2014 at McLaren Bay Region. Arnold was born in Bay City on November 14, 1944, the son of the late Arnold and Kathleen (Garrow) Nachweich. An avid Detroit Tigers and Lions fan, Arnold will always be remembered for his love of sports, especially bowling and attending the Loons games. He was a faithful member of North Euclid Church of God, where he will be deeply missed. Arnold's outgoing, friendly and witty personality will live on in the hearts of those he touched for years to come. Arnold is survived by many extended family members, friends at the Liberty House, caregivers and church family. He was welcomed home to heaven by his wife, Marion. Visiting will be held on Thursday, November 13, 2014 from 5:00 PM until the time of his 6:00 PM Memorial Ceremony at Skorupski Family Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 955 N. Pine Rd., Hampton Twp. Pastor Brad Windlan will officiate and private inurnment will be held in Floral Gardens Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be directed to the wishes of the family. Expressions of sympathy may be shared with the family online at www.skorupskis.com.

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  1. Arnie also served on many boards for Bay Arenac Behavioral Health including Chores R Us a consumer base business and was awarded the Jim Auman congeality award through Bay Arenac Behavioral Health he will be truly missed by all.

  2. Arnie also served as a board member for the Opportunity Center he was an advocate for people with mental Health and will be missed by Bay Arneac Behavioral Health. He loved his wife and God and now is with his wife in Heaven.

  3. My sympathy to Arnie’s family at this time. We were members of the Bay City Jaycees too many years ago. He was always willing to help on any project. May he Rest In Peace and eternal glory.

  4. So many years ago Terry and Arnold were in school together and Terry would share stories about Arnold. I felt like I knew him when I met him at a little class reunion. We send our Deepest Sympathies to family and friends. God give you peace that he is with His Savior. Terry & Sandi Coyer

  5. I remember Arnie quite well as a fellow member of the Bay City Jaycees in the mid-late 70’s. He was an active volunteer in the Jaycees and other organizations, particularly in those striving to support the handicapped. I remember providing a ride to his church for him many years ago and him telling me how much his faith and his church meant to him. Arnie made a difference to people and he will be missed. Farewell, my friend.

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Arnold R. Nachweich Jr., 69, of Bay City, passed away on the morning of Tuesday, November 4, 2014 at McLaren Bay Region. Arnold was born in Bay City on November 14, 1944, the son of the late Arnold and Kathleen (Garrow) Nachweich. An avid Detroit Tigers and Lions fan, Arnold will always be remembered for his love of sports, especially bowling and attending the Loons games. He was a faithful member of North Euclid Church of God, where he will be deeply missed. Arnold's outgoing, friendly and witty personality will live on in the hearts of those he touched for years to come. Arnold is survived by many extended family members, friends at the Liberty House, caregivers and church family. He was welcomed home to heaven by his wife, Marion. Visiting will be held on Thursday, November 13, 2014 from 5:00 PM until the time of his 6:00 PM Memorial Ceremony at Skorupski Family Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 955 N. Pine Rd., Hampton Twp. Pastor Brad Windlan will officiate and private inurnment will be held in Floral Gardens Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be directed to the wishes of the family. Expressions of sympathy may be shared with the family online at www.skorupskis.com.

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  1. Arnie also served as a board member for the Opportunity Center he was an advocate for people with mental Health and will be missed by Bay Arneac Behavioral Health. He loved his wife and God and now is with his wife in Heaven.

  2. Arnie also served on many boards for Bay Arenac Behavioral Health including Chores R Us a consumer base business and was awarded the Jim Auman congeality award through Bay Arenac Behavioral Health he will be truly missed by all.

  3. My sympathy to Arnie’s family at this time. We were members of the Bay City Jaycees too many years ago. He was always willing to help on any project. May he Rest In Peace and eternal glory.

  4. I remember Arnie quite well as a fellow member of the Bay City Jaycees in the mid-late 70’s. He was an active volunteer in the Jaycees and other organizations, particularly in those striving to support the handicapped. I remember providing a ride to his church for him many years ago and him telling me how much his faith and his church meant to him. Arnie made a difference to people and he will be missed. Farewell, my friend.

  5. So many years ago Terry and Arnold were in school together and Terry would share stories about Arnold. I felt like I knew him when I met him at a little class reunion. We send our Deepest Sympathies to family and friends. God give you peace that he is with His Savior. Terry & Sandi Coyer

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