The online guestbook for Arnold Case

Posted on November 02, 2016
Posted by: Ann & Bernie Cope
From: Palm Beach Gardens Florida

Message: We want to extend to you and your family our deep sympathy. Ann & Bernie Cope

Posted on November 03, 2016
Posted by: Pat Kowalski
From: Farmington Ct

Message: Ann. So sorry to read about the death of Arnold. My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family. Pat Kowalski

Posted on November 03, 2016
Posted by: Nancy Sharp
From: Denver CO

Message: I have many memories of Uncle Arnie, his gentle soul, and wry humor. I wish that I could have done more to support him and his family these past many years. He holds a special place in my heart. Nancy Sharp

Posted on November 03, 2016
Posted by: Jack Bradley
From: wethersfield ct

Message: Richie & family: I am so sorry for your loss. It was always so nice to see him in the office; he was such a good, gentle and talented person. Jack

Posted on November 02, 2016
Posted by: Richard H. Seidman
From: Palm Beach Gardens FL

Message: Arnold Case was a true gentleman, outstanding physician and loving son, father, and grandfather who will long be remember by all who knew him, both personally and professionally. He was a pillar of his community. Susan and I knew him well and extend our deepest condolences to his entire family. His Life was Truly for a Blessing.

Posted on November 04, 2016
Posted by: Andrew Case
From: London UK

Message: Dearest First Cousins: News of Uncle Arnie's death has really struck me hard. Please know that, although he had been so very unwell for so very long, and we rarely saw him, he was never far from my thoughts. I always asked Dad how he was doing whenever we spoke. I wish my boys had gotten to know him. Like a Case, he was a fighter to the end. I prefer to remember Uncle Arnie as the sneaky devil in the Case Men Double Act to Richie's more unambiguous version, secretly gulping down a "shared" cheesecake while Richie and Burt Greenspan argued over a check at the Palm. Our shared roadtrips to the Cape were always so much fun--I love that you know try to go to Wellfleet each summer with your own families and I know you can't travel there without fondly remembering those carefree times. I love the time we spent at the Yale Bowl, going to games and complaining about the Seb LaSpina's inevitable first play from scrimmage: "Off Tackle Right". Even when he could no longer walk unassisted-- he joked that being handicapped was just so he, Richie and Burt could get the coveted "D" parking lot. He was a Case in every sense of the word, with a good heart, a sharp sense of humor and an appetite (I remember him singlehandedly eating a Carnegie Deli pastrami sandwich and then agreeing with Burt to share a chopped liver sandwich when even Richie had said "no mas"). He also supported the right baseball team..... He was a great husband and father whose life was cruelly taken from him even before his passing. I'm so sorry that I will not be able to get back to the States for the funeral. May his memory be a blessing to us all. Love, Andrew

Posted on November 05, 2016

Message: Arnold always had a smile to greet you

Posted on November 19, 2016
Posted by: Joel L Salberg
From: Auburn ME

Message: So sorry to hear of Arnold's passing. My deep condolences to the family. Best regards, Joel Salberg

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