June 24, 1933 ~ April 20, 2022

Born in: Fosdal, Norway
Resided in: St. James, NY

Services

Visitation: April 22, 2022 4:00 - 8:00 pm

Branch Funeral Home Smithtown
190 E. Main St.
SMITHTOWN, NY 11787


Service: April 26, 2022 9:00 - 10:00 am

Massapequa Park Nazarene
65 Roosevelt Avenue
Massapequa Park, NY 11762


Inurnment of Cremains: April 26, 2022 12:00 pm

Ocean View Cemetery
3315 Amboy Road
Staten Island, NY 10306


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  1. You were an amazing woman and so full of life. I will miss going to Kim’s house and seeing your beauforgotten. RIP. Arna..You may be gone but will never be forgotton.

    • You were an amazing woman and so full of life. I will miss going to Kim’s house and seeing your beautiful face. RIP. Arna..You may be gone but will never be forgotton.

  2. You were an amazing woman and so full of life. I will miss going to Kim’s house and seeing your beautiful face. RIP. Arna..You may be gone but will never be forgotton.

  3. Arna, you were a lovely good natured woman. The time I spent with you at Kim’s house was a pleasure. I’m happy I got to know you. Always with love, Marcie Harris

  4. Love you so much Besta! You are a one of a kind person, classy, kind, faithful and loving. Will miss you my grandmother!!

  5. candleArna’s friendship brought great joy to my beloved Aunt, Frances Record, a neighbor and dear friend. We are deeply saddened by her loss, and send prayers for Peace.

  6. Dont know your loved one. That video is mind blowing. My father was a WW 11 vet. I never understood his night terrors. Hearing her pain after decades of Nazis sheds some light. You need to get story into the National Archives. May she be at peace and your family know you have been truly blessed with this lovely stylish woman

    • Thank you for your message. My mother told us these stories her entire life. It was my daughter that pushed to make this happen. Crazy as this may seem, but that video was just done in February 2022. My mother was one in a million and we were so blessed!! I will seriously think about getting her story into the National Archives.

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