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Harold Glenn Arnette
October 24, 1943 ~ May 19, 2023 (age 79) 79 Years Old
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Harold Glenn Arnette, 79, passed away Friday, May 19, 2023, after years of declining health. Harold was born in Alamance County to Arthur Leon Arnette and Laura Elizabeth Arnette on October 24, 1943. He was one of seven children. He was a graduate of Walter Williams High School in Burlington. Upon graduation he joined the US Navy where he bravely served 3 tours in Vietnam.
Harold wore many titles: Husband, Daddy, PawPaw, Brother, Veteran, and friend. He loved his family, grandkids, and friends he loved like family. He enjoyed a great golf game and working outside. He worked for Burlington Industries as well as Blue Cross and Blue Shield where countless friendships were made over the years. Harold was affectionately known to many as “Old Man”, and always eager to help anyone, you could always count on him.
He is preceded in death by both parents and brothers, Authur “Bill” Arnette, Wayne “Buddy” Arnette, and sisters, Janet Arnette, and Martha Arnette.
He is survived by his loving wife, Judy Arnette, children, Crystal Flowers, Nikki Linssen, Mandy Gwynn, and Tim Arnette. Grandchildren, Abby Flowers, Amber Flowers, Christian Cobb, Jonathan Linssen, and Zach Linssen; brother, Gerald "Buster" Arnette and sister, Margaret Brown.
A private ceremony will be held at the Salisbury National Cemetery for Veterans.
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