Bradley D. Arquilla

October 01, 1953 ‒ March 28, 2017

Mount Vernon, Ohio

Bradley D. Arquilla, age 63, of Mount Vernon passed away on Tuesday, March 28, 2017 at the Ohio State University Hospital.

He was born on October 1, 1953 in Mount Vernon to Joseph and Dorothy (Gilbert) Arquilla. Bradley was employed at Goodwill here in Mount Vernon and was a member of the Mulberry St. United Methodist Church. He enjoyed gardening, listening to the “oldies” and making homemade pizzas on the weekend. But most of all, Bradley was a good person that was devoted to his family and his work.

He is survived by his mother Dorothy Arquilla; two sisters, Nancy Arquilla, Sandra Ankrom; and his niece Corinne (Chris Moore) White.

Bradley was preceded in death by his father Joseph Arquilla.

A graveside service will be held on Friday, March 31, 2017 beginning at 1PM in Mount Vernon Memorial Gardens Cemetery with Rev. Warren Outhwaite officiating.

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  • Our deepest sympathy to Aunt Dot and family. Please Trust in The Lord to
    guide you through this difficult time. Brad was just a wonderful and will now be with
    his Dad. Heaven has gained another angel

  • Aunt Dot, we were so sorry to hear about Brad. Many memories with him over the years. Heaven has gained another Angel. You have our deepest and sincerest sympathies. With all our love.

  • Dorothy, Nancy, and Sandy;

    I’m sorry to learn of Brad’s passing. I saw him recently at Goodwill – he always worked hard and always loved talking about all of you.
    He will be remembered this summer at our class reunion.
    Thoughts and prayers are with each of you.

    Roger Marra

  • “Aunt Dot”,Nancy and Sandy,
    I’m sorry for your loss. Brad was a nice person. Some of my best childhood memories are of your family.

    May the peace of God be with you.

    Kathy Huggins Gamble
    (Olive’s daughter, Marge’s niece)

  • My condolences to your family. It was a pleasure to work along side Brad. He will be sadly missed and his spirit will be with us always. God bless you and prayers be with your family during this difficult period.

  • My sympathies to the family. I recently saw him in a store and said hello. I was in hurry to get somewhere and now wish I had taken the time to talk with him. He was such a sweetheart.

    Janice Crawford

  • I am sorry to read of Brad’s passing. I remember Brad as a very special person and first met Brad when we worked together for a short time at Wenco. I am sure he will be missed. May God comfort you through this most difficult time. Mary Ellen Baugher.

  • Brad will be truly missed I worked with him a long time ago at the pie bakers . Fly high buddy with them angels.

  • I met Brad at good will when I started volunteering in Dec. He always had stories to tell and was so nice to me. I sure am gonna miss him. Rip Brad. It was a pleasure knowing you.