• Mark and Cindy Leonard
    Mar 23, 2013 @ 16:03:04

    From the first time we walked into the Kingdom Hall, Arnold was always there to encourage us.
    What a great Brother!
    Look forward to seeing him again soon!
    Mark and Cindy Leonard


  • Kristina Howe
    Mar 28, 2013 @ 10:17:37

    What a sad time but a beautiful tribute to your dad. He was an awesome father-in-law. Always there to support me in any way I needed. He would have been so touched by his whole family (fleshly and spiritual) if he was able to see what efforts and support the family received! I am blessed to be part of this loving family! I look forward to welcoming him back in paradise!


  • Bonnie Reeves
    Mar 29, 2013 @ 00:01:24

    Bro.Howe was my spiritual grandfather. He played such a big part in my spiritual development. He taught by example, always zealous and eager for the ministry. I spent a many of days in service with him. There was never a dull moment, he kept me laughing and shaking my head with his songs and jokes. Who could forget his poems at my baby shower and wedding! Everyone would applaud too early and he would shake his hand and head, then say” I’m not finish, I’m not finish!” He will certainly be missed. I look forward to greeting him in paradise.


  • Dawn Diaz
    Mar 29, 2013 @ 21:49:44

    I am glad I met Mr. Howe for my first time last year at JW convention in Raleigh, NC. He was a nice man and have a great family. He will be missed and will be with us while I continue to study the bible. He will be happy I keep studying the bible to know about JH.


  • Beth,Jimmy,&Shreya Solanki
    Mar 30, 2013 @ 13:37:44

    “Gramps” was the best grandpa in the whole world! We still can’t believe he’s not here. It seems like a bad dream. Then we have to remind ourselves that this isn’t the real life and unfortunately we have to go through this. But thankfully we know ,it’s only temporary. That really is comforting. I have so many memories of Gramps throughout my life that I keep thinking about. Spending the night at our grandparents house. I always remember his prayers over breakfast. Going in service with him in the Audi. He was so sweet and caring to everyone and so loved by so many people! We love you Gramps and will see you again very soon.


  • A friend
    Apr 08, 2013 @ 08:45:11

    Kingdom Hall Quick Builds will never be the same without Bro. Howe. “Bud” will truly be missed until we see him in the new world.


  • Deborah (Howe) Walker
    Apr 13, 2013 @ 14:46:42

    Uncle Arnold will be missed by so many people. I’m glad i do not have to count the number of lives he has touched through the years. His passing is the last of the 12th generation of Howes here in the states. It was said at his memorial how he was always called upon to help with the passing of all of his brothers and sisters from Vermont & New Hampshire, I do not know how we would have made it through all their passings with out the love and support of Arnold (and his family). It is so sad that we could not return the favor for him and his family at his passing, but we were with you in thought and prayer. His largest pride & joy in life if you ask me was his family, he gladly shared all of you and the chicken pox you had with all of us ( and through it all we all still love all of you), We always looked forward to Uncles stories, they always had such words of wisdom and thought in them. His love will continue to be felt for years to come.
    all my love.