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In 1980, as I began my teaching career, I was blessed to work with Arlene in my classroom. We immediately bonded with our Hyrum connections and have kept in touch over the years. I learned so much about working with children and adults from her. She helped both the students and me become a better people. Her sense of humor kept a smile on my face even through difficult situations. We often laughed about the day she turned 55 when one student's card to her said, "You're as old as the speed limit."


Posted by: Nan Woodward Noble - Muncie, IN   Dec 03, 2016

I am so sad to lose a very special friend but I know that she is happy to be with Jack. My thoughts and prayers go to Roberta and her family. I know that Arlene loved them dearly. I have many memories of working with her at Lincoln School and Millville. Sometimes we were quite mischievous but always in a fun way. I loved her as a sister. Our friendship will continue forever.


Posted by: A friend   Nov 27, 2016

Arlene was an important person in the lives of students and staff at Millville School. Her genuine love, sense of humor and caring was felt by everyone. She was gentle in her approach and brought kindness, love and sunshine into our school everyday. She had a gift for working with special needs students. She will be fondly remembered by staff, students and families at Millville School who knew and loved her. Sincere sympathy to her family in their loss. She will be missed. Mary Cadez


Posted by: A friend   Nov 26, 2016

Condolences to the family. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. A very special lady to many, she is loved and will be missed.


Posted by: A friend   Nov 26, 2016

Arlene was and will remain one of my most favorite people. Her savvy, no-nonsense, love tamed the wildest students into happy submission when we shared a classroom with Deb Davis at Millville Elementary years ago. She had ALL of us eating out of her hand. She will forever be in our memory when we taste a delicious Bluebird dark chocolate and every time she hugs me when I am (as I am at this minute) wrapped in the love she put into the afghan she made for me. You are missed already!


Posted by: Tammy Pettigrew - Logan, UT   Nov 25, 2016