322 avenue Buckingham, Buckingham, QC, J8L 2G5

Viola Arnold (Purdy) 1929-05-09 - 2019-08-19

Passed away peacefully on August 19, 2019, at the age 90. Daughter of the late Robert and Florence Purdy. Beloved wife of the late Herb Arnold. Loving mother of Ron (Donna), Linda (Bill), Gary (Carole), Carol (Denktash) and Debbie (Scott). She will be fondly missed by her 11 grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren, many nephews and nieces, cousins and her best friend Vida Moore.  She was predeceased by one brother and one sister.

The visitation will be held at Cadieux Funeral Home, 322 Avenue de Buckingham, Gatineau on Saturday, August 24 from 10 to 11 am followed by a memorial service.

The family wishes to thank all her friends and the entire staff at the Westwood Retirement Residence for their kindness, excellent care and support.

Donations may be made in her memory to either the Alzheimer Society of Canada or to the Lung Association of Canada.


    Michael Chiasson & Marie-Josée Berriault dit

    Our most sincere condolences to all our friends in the Arnold family. She was such a wonderful lady, always brought a smile to our face. A true friend to our moms (Newella & Paulyne) as well as the whole church community. She will be missed but there must be quite a welcoming party up above from all the folks waiting for her who loved her dearly. Rest in peace Vi. xo

    Suzanne Houle dit

    Mes plus sinceres condoleance
    s a toute la famille. Je suis avec vous en pensees. Xox

    Marcel and Judy Voyer dit

    Our deepest sympathy to all her family and friends. She was a lovely lady and will definitely be missed.

    Terry Chiasson dit

    My sincere condolences to the entire extended Arnold family . My mom , Newella , considered her to be one of her closest friends. I have very fond memories of her as a child and young man growing up in Templeton. She was a kind, considerate and loving person !

    Reina Cyr dit

    Mes plus sincères condoléance et bon courage à toute la famille ,
    Reina et Michel Cyr

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