Arlene
Blunt, Arlene Marie, a 53 year resident of the South Bay, passed away on Thursday, January 25, 2007 in Long Beach. Born in California, Arlene was 53 when she died. She is survived by her Companion Rob Loyd of Long Beach, California; Mother, Dolores (Billy) Lynch of Redlevel, AL; Sisters Dede (Gary) Wesche of Torrance, CA and Judy George of Redondo Beach; Nephews, Mike Abamonte of Redondo Beach, CA and Bobby Brooks of San Diego, CA; Niece, Gina (Tyler)Tuione of Tarrance, CA; Great Nephew, Vaitai Tuione. Arlene was preceded in death by her Father, Robert George. The Memorial Service will be held at Rice Mortuary in Torrance on Saturday February 3, 2007 at 11am, followed by a Reception at Rice's Lighthouse Reception Room. Burial will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Delores Lynch.

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  1. My memories of you Arlene were walking to the 135th market going by way of the railroad tracks. You always cared about me when I was small. You and Terry Blunt took me to the Zoo one year for my birthday and I will always remember the fun we had. God is holding you in his arms and letting you know you are a precious child of his. See you in heaven “A”!! Love you !! Debbie Church (Step Sister)

  2. My memories of you Arlene were walking to the 135th market going by way of the railroad tracks. You always cared about me when I was small. You and Terry Blunt took me to the Zoo one year for my birthday and I will always remember the fun we had. God is holding you in his arms and letting you know you are a precious child of his. See you in heaven “A”!! Love you !! Debbie Church (Step Sister)

  3. A…By far the MOST creative person I have ever known. Will miss your little soft voice and the love that you shared with everyone. I know that you are in Gods’arms now and how HE must adore you. Always Love A. Sandra

  4. Though we never stayed in touch, I often thought about all the fun times and crazy things we used to say to each other, especially at family dinners. I didn’t go to your memorial because I want to remember you when you were healthy. You are at peace now. Love always, Marilyn.

  5. I am so sorry for the loss of this amazing woman.Not just to her related family, but to all her family of friends.She touched so many hearts. As she touched mine.I spent so many years being angry at her. only because she was still so important to her husband. When I finaly meant and got to know her.I saw what he saw. She became very special to me.More then a friend, she was family. I will miss her and the times we shared. We spent alot of good times, sad times, and crazy times. She will always hold a special place in my heart as well in the hearts of so many she left behind.

  6. Arlene was such a joy,when it came to Freeman. She always asked about him,and was concerned. I could always count her her smile, and wit and concern. Perhaps because he was hee Dad’s age, and much older than I. Her love for cats, was always a topic that we enjoyed together. Her love for nature, plants, and yard work. These things gave her pleasure and peace. I know she is walking amongst the animals, and flowers with a hugh smile on her face. My heart is full of sorrow, however I know she is at peace. Freeman sends his love and kindness to her in heaven. She was such a sweet spirit when it came to him, we good always count of this. A pure constant.

  7. Arlene Thank you for the short time we had together as friends. You gave me confidence in all you did and said for me because you cared for me so genuinely as did love me. I will never forget you as long as forever after. Thank you for the card and all your kindness up to the very moments (the card) before leaving us. I too, was blessed to have you in my life! May you rest in peace, until we meet again, the memories, the times we talked and cried, laughed, will forever be with me. I love you today, always………..Sheri

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