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03/28/2010

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David Kornbluh

Arnie, We will miss you!
Fondly,
David & Sheila Kornbluh

Roberta and Larry Insel

Beverly and Family,
Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. We all feel a major loss in our lives. Arnie was an inspiration to all of us and a wonderful, caring man. He lived his life with "gusto".
We hope that the wonderful memories you have with Arnie will help you heal through this most difficult time.

Sincerely,
Roberta and Larry Insel

Marcia and Irwin Roseman

Dear Beverly and Family, Irwin joins me in sending our sincerest condolences on Arnie's passing.
As friends of Sheila and Dave Kornbluh, we have been kept abreast of each stage of Arnie's great battle to recover and we certainly enjoyed being with both of you during events at the Hampton Beach Club.
We wish you strength and the love of family and friends.
Sincerely, Marcia Roseman

W Patrick Murphy

Beverly and Family:

I can say I never met a gentlemen as full of life and happy as Arnie. We both loved him and now, the HBC group now has a gourmet cook in heaven. He was truly a unique man!

W. Patrick Murphy

Neal colman

Beverly and family:
We were quite saddened when Randy and Julie told us of Arne's passing. He was a very special gentleman so full of love, life, good humor and considerable talent. The whole Colman family took to him (and yourself) the minute we met you and we have nothing but very happy memories of the times that you would come to visit Randy and Julie in Boston. Our heartfelt condolences, love and prayers go out to you at this very sad time.
Love,
Neal, Anne, Elise, Ben and Jessica Colman

Stellia Yepes

Beverly and family:
Words cannot express the sorrow and sympathy felt for you now
Sicerely
Jaime and Stellia Yepes

Paul S. Rappaport

There is no "extended" family when it comes to the Regan family. Anyone connected with the Regan family are automatically drawn in and become part and parcel of the family.

From many decades of memories, Arnie was another Regan Uncle who knew how to have fun, make fun and truly enjoyed life. We will never forget his constant smile, firm handshake, pats on the back and such a wonderful singing voice. Future holidays will forever be altered as we are reminded of those times passed.

Those that have been close to us in life never leave us completely. They remain in what is taught and passed down to us - their children and then to their grandchildren through the ways, means, manners and traditions which were instilled in us under their watchful eyes and through their caring hearts. These are truly the living legacies that they leave behind.

Our deepest condolences to Beverly and his children; to Trudy, Dan, Larry and Ken, to Sandy, Rudy and Jeffrey on this loss our families together experience.

We share in your grief, relish in your memories
and will remember Arnie for the rest of our lives.

Love Always,

Paul & Michelle Rappaport
Brian & Josh Rappaport
Nat Rappaport
Mark Rappaport

Leon & Arlene Mermelstein

It was only a short time ago that Arlene and I were
introducedto Arnie by Dave Kornbluh at one of your friendly barbecues at The Hampton Club. We were instantly drawn in by his personality as was Dave when he first met him.
He will be missed by all the folks he touched in his many endeavors to fill their lives and by that his.
Our sincere condolences to his family and friends.
Leon & Arlene Mermelstein

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