Arnold L. Jones \nHorseheads, NY \n\n\nAge 93, passed away in the comfort of his home on May 16, 2023. He was born October 28, 1929, in Cascade, PA, to the late Seth and Bessie Jacoby Jones.\n\nArnold served his country honorably, enlisting in the U.S. Army before he was drafted in 1947. He spent 3.5 years on occupation duty in Germany, earning the rank of Sergeant First Class before being honorably discharged in 1952. Arnold worked for Westinghouse in Horseheads, NY where he met his beloved wife, Stella. They married on July 16, 1964, at the Church of the Nazarene in Athens, PA. In 1971 Stella and Arnie moved to Horseheads, New York where they spent the remainder of their days. Arnie was a friend to all, he loved to take his wife to lunch daily, help out his neighbors, along with spending time outside keeping the garden tended, lawns freshly cut, the snow quickly removed, wood properly stacked, and the lawns clear of any fall leaves. He loved seeing Grant and Madelyn grow into young adults, always willing to give advice and lend a listening ear.\n\nArnold is predeceased by his wife, Stella (Bennett), in addition to his brothers, Myron, Robert, and Charles Jones.\n\nHe is survived by his sisters, Myrtle Reeder, of Williamsport, PA, Donna Wheelock of FL, Edith (John) Talada of PA, Ronald (Phyllis) Bennett of PA; his loving neighbors and caregivers Geoff and Kristie Crossley, with their children, Grant and Madelyn; nieces and nephews, Jeff (Sherry) Reeder, Robbin Robins, Terry (Diane) Reeder, Vicki (Dean) McNamara of FL, Steven (Wendy) Hover of FL, Mark Hover of GA; as well as several extended family members and close friends.\n\nFamily and friends are invited to Sullivan’s Funeral Home, 365 E. Franklin St. at Rt. 13, Horseheads, NY, on Saturday, May 27, 2023 from 9AM – 11AM with Funeral Services immediately following. He will be laid to rest at Tioga Point Cemetery with Military Honors. Those wishing to remember Arnold please consider memorial contributions to the Falck Cancer Center, 600 Roe Ave., Elmira, NY 14905. Condolences and words of comfort may be expressed at Arnold’s Memorial Page at www.sullivansfuneralhome.com.