Nancy L. Arnold
age 76, of Pleasant Grove, AL. passed away December 7, 2014. Nancy was born in Michigan on February 5, 1938. She worked for years at the Army, Air Force Exchange Service. She was a loving wife and mother. Everyone that knew her benefited from her gentle spirit and caring attitude. She loved to cook, garden and travel. She was preceded in death by her husband, Tom Kemp and husband, A.B. Arnold; parents, Lester and Judy Black; sister, Sheila Black and brother, Lester "Joe" Black, Jr. She is survived by her son, Mac Kemp (Lori); daughters, Kelly Clifton, Debbie Durbin (Mike), Juliette Kemp, Cathy Moskot (Michael), Donna Pirkle (James), Paula Dyer (Bobby); grandchildren, Sara, Hannah and John David Clifton, Lindsay and Tyler Durbin, Summer Heard (Cole), Logan Byars, Brian, Melissa, Jacob and Anna Kemp, Cara and Casey Moskot, Michelle Pirkle and Scott Dyer; great grandchildren, Olivia Clifton, Carson Benton and Hayden Heard; sisters, Penny Kibble (Bill), Arlene McConkey (Everett), Yolonda O'Brien (Harvey); brothers, Randy Black (Mary), Gerald Black (Pauline), Birger Black (Jeri Ann), Gunnard Black, Tim Black. The celebration of her life will be on Saturday, December 13, 2014 at the Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church at 11:00 A.M. with burial at Washington Cemetery in Stevenson, AL. Rev. Bridget Dowdy and Mark Clifton officiating. The family will receive friends prior to the service at 10:00 A.M. until service time at the church. the family would like to acknowledge and thank Oasis Hospice for their help and compassion. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Oasis Hospice in her honor.
Mac,Thinking of you and your loved ones during this time.
Moma I love and miss you so much!!! Your loving daughter. Deb
Moma, thinking of you today, it's so hard, I know u will help me threw this, I love and miss you!!! Oxoxox deb
I am so very sorry for your loss. At such a painful time, I hope you may find comfort in the Bible's promise at Psalm 34:18: "Jehovah is close to the brokenhearted, he saves those who are crushed in spirit." The Bible also assures us: "Throw your burden on Jehovah, and he will sustain you." (Psalm 55:22) May these thoughts bring you a measure of comfort at this difficult time.