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MUSSELMAN, Arlo

February 27, 1931 – December 18, 2012

With a sense of gratitude and joy we celebrate the life of Arlo Musselman.

His passion for life was contagious, enjoying waterskiing, curling and golfing throughout his 81 years. His love for his family, his wife Sheila, his four kids, five grandkids, and seven great-grandkids brought him happiness and pride. He was predeceased by his first wife, Edith. Though he will be deeply missed, his spirit will inspire us forever.

Condolences may be forwarded through www.mcinnisandholloway.com.

In living memory of Arlo Musselman, a tree will be planted at Fish Creek Provincial Park by McINNIS & HOLLOWAY FUNERAL HOMES, Chapel of the Bells, 2720 CENTRE STREET NORTH, Telephone: 403-276-2296.

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  1. He was a special Brother and friend and we will miss him so very much. Thinking of all of Arlo’s family and pray that the wonderful memories will help you through this sad time. His zest for life was an inspiration.
    Love Sister Ila and Brother in law George

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  2. Harold and Esther Blackmon :

    So many fond memories- when we worked together in our 20s, starting our families, parting and going on to where life led us. Now we see ourselves leaving, parting one last time. But leaving behind, for a little while, such beautiful treasures, our children, our loved ones. Our heartfelt sympathy to my friend’s family. Our Love and Prayers, Harold and Esther

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  3. Gerry Musselman :

    He was my next older brother, and I have good memories of our growing up on the farm. Arlo had lots of energy and put it to good use by living a meaningful life. We’ll miss you, Arlo!
    Love, Gerry, Doris & Family

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  4. Zelma Rebmann-Huber :

    Arlo was a dear friend. He was “Mr. Handyman” and, along with Sheila, we all had a lot of fun fixing up my parents old store in Calgary. He was the boss- we obeyed! That was just the beginning of our friendship. I shall sorely miss him.
    Love, Zelma

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  5. Hello Sheila:

    I am glad that I was able to meet you the other day and to have a short visit with Arlo. I was shocked when Al Moore called to tell me that Arlo had died. We will miss that quiet gentle man.

    My thoughts are with you and your family.

    Dick

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  6. Condolances to Arlos wife and Family. I will miss him and his visits very much. We were close in age so spent a lot of time together growing up. Good Bye Dear Brother

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  7. Debbie Musselman :

    Rest In Peace Arlo. You were a great Father In Law. Many fond memories of you and Sheila visiting me at Zellers for coffee. ❤️

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