Andrea Sue Arnold, 66, of Newton, died Friday (May 15, 2020).
She was born June 26, 1953, in Emporia, the youngest child of Edward and Doris Arnold.
Sue is preceded in death by her parents and sister, Belva.
Survivors include her sister, Linda (Don) Roswurm, of Derby;
niece, Kari (Shane) Schott, great nieces, Lexi and Joci, of Derby;
nephew, Robert (Karen) Roswurm, great nephew, Bradley and great niece Bella, of Wichita.
Sue is a member of The First Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), Newton. She was very involved with the Crop Walk, VBS, Wednesday Night Live, and Junior Youth Fellowship. Sue and Belva could always be found together, giving to the church, in one form or another.
The impact they had on so many lives will be felt for generations. Sue and Belva were inseparable and that continued until their deaths just a month apart. Belva couldn’t bear the beauty of heaven without her sister.
She was a graduate of Laverne High School, Laverne, Oklahoma in 1971.
She was employed as a Certified Medication Aide with Kansas Christian
Home. While working her true desire was to spend time with her family and friends.
There will be no visitation. A private family graveside burial will be at 10:00 a.m. Thursday in the Leon Cemetery, Leon, Kansas.
Memorials may be sent to First Christian Church (Junior Youth Fellowship)
in care of Petersen’s Funeral Home, 215 N. Main, Newton, Kansas 67114
I’m so sorry our friendship was not as close the last few years. I miss you so much. My world is a little less colorful without you in it. Hug Belvie for me. I love you!
We worked together many years ago. I remember going to the movies with you and Belva. A sweet soul/
To my precious ? cousin, you were always a precious person and so giving. I know you and Belva will find many rewards in your heavenly home as you gave much on Earth. You will be remembered for your life of faith and service.
I remember Sue and her involvement with the Newton Crop Walk. What an endearing obit about the love of Sue and her sister, Belva!
To Linda and family: My thoughts and prayers are with you all. I can’t imagine the incredible void you must all be feeling. At the same time, what a beautiful celebration it must be in heaven for Sue to have arrived! Like everyone, I too cannot imagine Belva and Sue without the other! Heaven definitely gained another beautiful angel! Having grown up in the First Christian Church, they were part of our family just as much as I felt I was part of yours. I loved Sue and Belvie and will never forget the many blessings they never once hesitated to pay forward, nor the many ways in which they impacted my life. They were “one of the good eggs” that I’m incredibly grateful for! ❤️