Scott J. Arnold

Profile Updated: August 25, 2018
Residing In Atlanta, GA USA
Spouse/Partner Chris Stahle Arnold
Occupation Real estate investor/former practicing attorney
Children Jenny-born 1976
Yes! Attending Reunion

Went to Mizzou--varsity swim team- all 4 years
Married Chris Stahle; had 4 children, 4 grandchildren w one on way
Went to law school at U of Michigan Law School
Moved to Atlanta and joined big law firm -King & Spalding
Practiced corporate law and real estate capital markets for 35 yrs
Moved to NYC in 2006-2011
Retired from law firm 2010 and set up real estate private equity firm
still go to the office but take most of summer off at summer home in Montana

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Oct 23, 2019 at 11:01 AM
Scott J. Arnold has left an In Memory comment for Conrad J. Jacob.
Sep 10, 2019 at 11:33 AM

Very saddened to hear about Conrad.  We weren't good friends but I enjoyed catching up with him on Friday night of the Reunion.  Conrad and his wife had lived in the Atlanta area for some time which we had that in common but I think I remember him wearing a sweatshirt or pullover that evening that featured a swimming logo or something.  It turns out Conrad's daughter (I think-maybe granddaughter) was a world-class swimmer and he had spent many happy days picking up, dropping off, traveling, watching etc.  I remember how lively his eyes became as he could relive those happy times.   So we had a very nice moment at the reunion--so sad to hear of his passing.  Good guy.  Best wishes to all --Scott A

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Scott J. Arnold has left an In Memory comment for Mike L. Blood.
Jul 25, 2018 at 11:33 AM

Mike was a very cool guy and always alot of fun to be around; of course he had lots of friends because he was such a cool guy.  My enduring image of Mike is senior year, at somebody's house after a dance or fortnightly, 7 or 8 couples sitting around, lights dimmed, motown sound on the stereo.  Here's Mike, center stage, lip synching to "My Girl" with the air mic pressed to his lips, moonwalking before Michael Jackson ever thought of it. It all came naturally to Mike.  Getting back together with old friends who shared a moment in time is what reunions are all about, and this one will be great but surely not as fun as it could be without Mike Blood.

Scott J. Arnold has left an In Memory comment for Michael Robert Zorumski.
Jul 12, 2018 at 7:33 PM

Mike was a really good football player at Plymouth.  For those few of us who might remember the legendary Coach Reed--he singled out Mike as the only lineman-other than Gary Ehret- who could play his position--quite a compliment.  For most of us our first experience w death  of a friend.  

Scott J. Arnold has left an In Memory comment for Robert V. Doisy.
Jul 12, 2018 at 7:33 PM

Here's a heartbreaking story about Bob and his passing.  Bob (called "Bobber") and I were best friends growing up through Avery School and Plymouth Jr High.  Played baseball on every SYB team (Charlies Barber Shop, Howard Johnson, Lions); the whole gamut. Did you know his grandfather won the Nobel Prize for discovering Vitamin K?  Then  we drifted apart in high school--no problems, just happened.   Then many, many years later I got a call at our home in Atlanta from Bob in the Atlanta airport--just saying hello and wasn't there some way to get togehter--he was living in Houston w his wife and 3 beautiful daughters.   It so happened that my own daughter had a soccer tournament in Houston the next month we were planning to attend and we  made a dinner date for that weekend.  Then the day we were leaving for Houston I got a call from Bob's wife (whom I had never met or spoken to) tellling me she was so sorry Bob could not keep our dinner date as he had passed away that very morning of a sudden heart attack after his regular morning run!!   Tragically that weekend rather than enjoying a long overdue catch-up dinner in Houston, we attended Bob's funeral. Bobber and I had a great childhood together, he was the best best friend and I have the fondest memories of our time together.    Life can throw some curves.

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