Gary "JEEP" Lee Arnold Sunday, January 17, 1943 - Sunday, March 26, 2017

Randolph, NY- Gary Lee Arnold, 74, of Harris Road, Randolph, passed away, Sunday, March 26, 2017 at home with his wife Kathy Peterson Huffman Arnold by his side. He was born January 17, 1943 in Buffalo, New York the son of the late Leroy and Charlotte Davidson Arnold. Gary was a 1960 graduate of Orchard Park High School and was a veteran of the United States Marine corp., serving from 1960-1965 in Camp Lejeune, SC and Hawaii. Gary was currently serving as the Facility’s manager at the Route 241 transfer station in Conewango. Earlier on he had worked for Bethlehem Steel and Republic Steel in Buffalo and Johnson Brothers Car Dealership in Ellicottville. He had attended the East Randolph United Methodist Church, enjoyed wood working, hunting, working and cars and working with his hands. He is survived by a sister: Gail (Bill) Wannemacher of Orchard Park, Gary’s wife Kathy Peterson Huffman Arnold of Randolph, a son: Michael (Wendy) Arnold of Carlsbad, CA, a grand daughter, Erin Arnold of Tucson, AZ., seven step-children: Kim (Brian) Laubacker of Wildwood, Missouri, Sam Huffman III of Ellicottville, Tina (Chad) Migge of Canton, OH, Alicia Huffman of Irving, TX, John (Dawn) Huffman of Erie, Pa, Robert (Allison) Huffman of China Grove, NC and David Huffman of High Ridge Missouri. Gary was preceded by his parents and a daughter, Nicole Marie Arnold in 1975. As per his request there will be no services. To leave a condolence for the family visit: Memorials if desired, mat be made to the

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Hard to beleive that this comgenial man is gone, but for sure in a better place; we enjoyed his sense of humor, and dedication to his family, and church. Rest in peace mty friend. Dan Barry

So sorry to see the passing of Gary. Hard to believe, he was always so full of life!! We both will miss joking around with him at the transfer station. Hopefully your memories will sustain you through this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Jim and Janet

We'll miss the enjoyable chats we frequently had with Gary at the transfer station. Our condolences to his family for their loss.

Going to miss you, Gary! Always so helpful and cheery! So sorry for your loss.

Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. We are so sorry. Jim & Mary Ann Mruk