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In Loving Memory of

Arnold Siegel

June 14th, 2024


Arnold “Arnie” Siegel, age 92, of Scottsdale, AZ, formerly of Mt. Prospect, IL, beloved husband for 64 years of Sandra Siegel, nee Faldberg; devoted son of the late Pearl and Harry Siegel; loving brother of Sheila May and the late Dr. Bernard (Sharon) Siegel; dear uncle of David (Donna) Siegel, Todd (Cybele) Siegel and Stephanie (David) Brecher; adored cousin of Devra (Ilan) Shiba, Cheryl (Steven) Margolis, Justin (Jenna) Shiba, Yaron (Bridget Moran) Shiba and little Myles, Sara (Ryan) Klein, Max and Cameron, Sam (Sharon) Margolis, Alan (Wendy Saul) Newman and Matthew and Eliza; treasured great uncle of many loving great nieces and great nephews. Arnie was an Air Force veteran, known for his kind-hearted, and soft-spoken nature. He had a beautiful smile and was quick witted, especially proud of reaching 92 years of age. Arnie loved food and cooking for Sandy.

Graveside service Thursday, 11:00 a.m. CT at Zion Gardens Cemetery (Addison St. Entrance) 6758 W. Addison St., Chicago, IL. The service will be livestreamed on Arnie’s webpage at Contributions in Arnie’s memory may be made to: American Heart Association, or PAWS, Info: The Goldman Funeral Group (847) 478-1600.

Arrangements by Goldman Funeral Group.

Memorial Events


Date & Time Thursday 06/20/2024 at 11:00 AM

Address Zion Gardens Cemetery (Addison)

6758 W. Addison Street

Phone (708) 366-4541

OfficiatorCantor Laurie Akers


Address Zion Gardens Cemetery (Addison)
6758 W. Addison Street


Address Max and Benny's Restaurant
461 Waukegan Road

Additional Information
Thursday upon the return from the cemetery (approximately 1:00 p.m.)

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