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Konstantin Lewis Arnold

May 20, 1944 ~ April 04, 2022

Konstantin “Kosta” Lewis Arnold, 77 of Vero Beach, passed away Monday, April 4, 2022 at the VNA Hospice House in Vero Beach.

Kosta was a veteran of the United States Army. He is survived by his wife, Terri Lightfoot Arnold of Vero Beach.


Debbie Hoggans

April 8, 2022, 3:00 pm

Only met you once ,but you will always be remembered,you were such a great friend to my dad.R.I.P Kosta.

Ignacio & Patricia

April 11, 2022, 12:53 am

Our deepest condolences in these difficult times.

Kosta will be fondly remembered by our entire family, and he will continue to live in our hearts as the great friend he was.

Charlotte Hammersley

April 11, 2022, 1:13 am

I miss you brother! A chunk of my life is gone. Where did the years go? I love you. Don’t eat any suet!

Edward & Lucia

April 11, 2022, 3:27 pm

May he Rest In Peace.

Kosta will be fondly remembered as a cheerful friend and a great neighbor, someone to always count on.

He is now with our dear Bruce. Always in our hearts.

Don and Ann Scheivelhud

April 12, 2022, 12:06 am

Your big smile will always be remembered and the way you enjoyed life it was nice to have you as a brother all of these years.

Svante Reuterberg

April 12, 2022, 12:31 pm

Miss you a lot dear old friend. We met already in 1981 when we worked for Westinghouse in Korea at the construction of the NPP Kori 2. At the beginning of this assignment we both lived in the BQ (Bachelors Quarters) under pretty harsh conditions and we got very close, it was probably thanks to you that I didn’t give up and went back to Sweden. You even offered me to move in with you when you got an apartment and I had rat problems at the BQ, not many people that would have done that Buddy. We had a lot in common and became close like brothers, working together and spending spare time together. We had a lot of fun and many interesting talks sharing our experiences over a couple beers during evenings. I really loved your sense of humor. You and Ray Davis indeed contributed to my love of the Sunshine State, as you used to say I got sand under my feet. After the termination of our overseas assignments in 1983 we still kept in touch, writing, calling and me coming over in 1985 met you in North Carolina. Met you many times from then on in Florida City, Key Largo and Vero Beach, even met your mother in Florida City and at your place in Ft. Pierce Orange Drive. You also met my family after I got married, you had a very big heart and was a very caring and generous person, always asked me about my parents and sister and their lives. I took for granted that you would always be around even though it could be years between we met or talked it was always like we met yesterday. About a year ago I called and you told me about your illness, from that on we hade more frequent contact and I realized that nothing can be taken for granted and that we aren’t forever young. I’m real happy and thankful to have been your close friend, I will always remember you and you will have a place in my heart.

Lars (Svante Reuterberg)

Don and Ann Scheivelhud

April 12, 2022, 3:30 pm

April 12, 2022

Kosta your big smile and the way you enjoyed life will always be remembered. We are so glad you were part of our lives.

Terri Arnold

April 13, 2022, 2:15 am

Kosta your missed by all who knew you! You were loved from the moment we met! Lona and Murf miss their daddy! I know Niki welcomed you with loving arms.


April 18, 2022, 9:17 pm

Kosta, who could imagine that a deli clerk and customer could become such good friends. I will miss your sense of humor, wit and good heart. It was hard to watch your declining health, even though you handled it gracefully. I know you suffered for a long time and you are in a better place. Good bless you, my friend. You will never be forgotten.

Lisa and Sonny

June 17, 2022, 3:22 am

Kosta we love and miss you. I wish we could have gotten together more. I still find myself looking for your texts on every holiday with all those emojis! Sonny tells me how he tormented you when he was a kid, how he earned that special nickname you had for him! We’ll see you on the other side.

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