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Peyton Scott Arnold
Date of Death or Service Apr 23, 2016
Peyton Scott Arnold
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 PHILIPPIANS 4:13  I CAN DO ALL THINGS THROUGH CHRIST WHO STRENGTHENS ME.
    A celebration of Peyton's life will be on Saturday April 23, 2016 at 2:30 p.m. from the Walnut Street Church of Christ in Dickson,TN with Pastor Tony Larkins and Chaplain Enoch Lankford officiating. Place of rest will be in the Dickson County Memorial Gardens.  There are two visitations planned. The first will be at the Taylor Funeral  Home on Friday, April, 22nd from 2:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. The second will be at the Walnut Street Church of Christ on Saturday, April 23rd beginning at 12 noon until time of service.  For those desiring, memorials may be made to the Make -A -Wish Foundation or to the Dickson County High School Baseball Team.
  
   Peyton, age 19, of Dickson,TN died peacefully early Wednesday morning, April 20, 2016 at his home.  A lifelong resident of Dickson County, son of Donald Ray and Penny Sue Crymes Arnold. He was a 2015 graduate in Dickson County High School where he played baseball very passionately.  Peyton was  the famous #4.  He also enjoyed the Jr. ROTC where he was a Cadet Captain. Those that knew Peyton knew that he never met a stranger and was always a friend.  He had that killer smile that he shared with all who ran into him.  He loved to pull a joke on someone and loved to be on the receiving end of a joke.  He  shared a great sense of humor with  those around him.  He was a young man before his time.  He seemed to know exactly what life was all about.  He was a member of the Abundant Life Fellowship Church.  He was a brave warrior, and fought his cancer to the very end.  Peyton loved to hunt and loved to fish.  There was nothing any better to him than a good nap and a good meal while in the duck blind.  He loved his family and  his many friends.

   Survivors include his parents; Donny and Penny Arnold of Dickson,TN, his sister, Leslie Arnold Kopischke and her husband, Alex of Dickson,TN; his grandparents,  Billy and Betty Arnold of Camden, TN  Peyton was preceded in death by grandparents, Roy and Jean Crymes of Smithville,TN.

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