Salinas, Arnold

February 12, 1942 - June 27, 2020

Arnold Salinas, 78 years old, of Dallas, TX passed away June 27, 2020 with his two sons at his bedside. He was the proud father of Christopher and Jonathan Salinas, both graduates of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy.

The eldest son of the late Andrew and Angela (Amesqua) Salinas and brother to the late Susanna (Salinas) Judd and her late husband David Judd, he is survived by his sister Virginia (Salinas) Graves and her husband William, brother Albert Salinas and his wife Linda, brother Donnie and his wife Claudia, and his brothers Arthur and Joseph. He is also survived by many nieces, nephews, and close family friends.

Arnold was especially known for his skill and success as a golfer. Renowned for his short game and discipline, he won numerous tournaments and designed golf courses around the world and was the Club Champion at Royal Oaks Country Club in Dallas several years running. While the power in his swing may have faded in recent years, his love of the game and sharp analysis never did.

Arnold wanted his sons and family to know that he led a full life. He will be greatly missed by many.

Please leave the family condolences and share memories on this website.

 

Arrangements under the direction of:

Aria Cremation Service and Funeral Home

19310 Preston Road

Dallas, Texas 75252

(214) 306-6700

8 replies on “Salinas, Arnold”

Jim Brownlow says:

My best thoughts and prayers with Arnold’s family. I played many years of golf and gin rummy with Arnold. One of the original guys at ROCC.

Robert Bautista says:

I remember all the good times we.had. Rest in peace my old friend. Toto

Claudia Salinas says:

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family during this sorrowful time.

Joe Garner says:

What a neat man……KNew him thru our high school days. Always laid back and cool…..was in a foursome with him at a golf tourney and had a great time. He will be missed by everyone who was lucky enough to have known him….RIP Arnold….God Speed

Ann DeLoach says:

Rest in peace, my old friend. I often think of the mini tour days playing gin, golfing and listening to your stories…..oh, the stories you told. Love you

Nathan Hall says:

To an amazing human being! I will miss all those lunches we had together back in Orlando FL and my sons Dominic and Silvio will miss you as they will never forget the great lessons of life you shared with them. Rest In Peace my Dear Friend, you were an inspiration to me and many others RIP Saludos Para Siempre! You will never be forgotten! My deepest condolences to the entire family and Christopher & Jonathan your Dad was always so proud of you both. Big hugs to you both and your mom God Bless You All!

Dr. Dan Goff says:

To Arnie’s family,
I was giggling old Army comrades and was saddened to find that a really good friend had passed away. Artie – as we called him – was one of the pharmacy staff at the 97th General Hospital in Frankfurt, Germany. We were stationed there in 1968 – 1969 time frame. He was a good friend, I am sorry I missed finding him before he passed away. He was one of the good guys.

Chris Salinas says:

Hi Dan,
Thank you for your kind words. My dad always had a fun Army story or two from his time in Germany. Would love to connect and hear more.
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