Earl Edward Arman

April 13, 1918 - November 30, 2011

04/13/1918 - 11/30/2011

Past Services

Cemetery
Friday December 02, 2011
Powhatan Cemetery
165 Main Street
Powhatan Point, OH 43942
740-795-5105 Ei | Directions

Earl Edward Arman, 93 of Powhatan Point, Ohio died
Wednesday, November 30, 2011 at the Shadyside Care Center in Shadyside, Ohio.
He was born in Powhatan Point, Ohio on April 13, 1918 a son of the late Henry R. and Delora L. Winzenried Arman.
Earl was a farmer and a member of the St. John United Church of Christ.
In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by two sisters, Pearl Roberts and Stella Williamson and one brother, Wilbert Arman.
Surviving are his sister, Mary Schnegg of Powhatan Point, Ohio and two nieces and one nephew including, Glen and Marsha Schnegg of Powhatan Point, Ohio.
There will be no visitation. Interment will be in the Powhatan Cemetery in Powhatan Point, Ohio at the convenience of the family.
Arrangements by the Bauknecht-Altmeyer Funeral Homes & Crematory 186 Main Street, Powhatan Point, Ohio.
Online condolences may be offered to the family at www.
Altmeyer.com.

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Rodger L Burgess
7 years ago

Earl Arman was a great friend and neighbor to the local farming community. His friendship and humor will be sadly missed by all those who knew him here in the hills surrounding Powhatan Point and I extend my sympathy to family and friends of this fine man.

Rodger L Burgess, Friend & Neighbor

Karla Van Camp Earley
7 years ago

I couldn’t pass up the opportunity to let everyone who might have the chance to read this know what a wonderful man Earl was. It has been years since I have been “home”, but the memories are just as clear as yesterday. I grew up as a neighbor of Earl’s. As a little girl growing up in the country, I remember many days riding my bike, with my brother Kris, out to Earl’s farm to watch him milk the cows and then sit on his porch later, drinking a bottle of red pop and eating grapes off his grape vines. He nicknamed my brothers and I “geezers”, and up until his last breath that is what he still called my brother Kris. I know that my brother Kris has not just lost a wonderful neighbor that he has enjoyed since childhood, but a dear friend. Earl will be missed, but his memory will remain very clear in our minds and hearts.