Dana Michelle "Nana" Arnold
January 4, 1974  -  November 9, 2018

Dana Michelle "Nana" Arnold

Dana "Nana" Arnold, age 44, passed away on Friday, November 9, 2018 at her home in Geismar, LA. A native of Prairieville, LA. She loved doing crafts. A private memorial service will be held at a later date. Survived by her father, Norris Arnold; twin daughters, Chassidy Kreamer and Chelsie Kreamer; three sons, twins Tate and Taylor Arnold, and Chaz Kreamer; sister, Dalynn Babin; brothers, David Arnold and wife, Kelly, and Daniel Arnold and wife, Heidi; two grandchildren, Melanie Rose and Odin Paul; and nieces and nephews, Kayla, Markie, Danielle, Katie, Kaitlyn, and Drake. Preceded in death by her mother, Margaret Ann Arnold. In lieu of flowers, please donate to the American Diabetes Association at www.diabetes.org. Please visit the online guestbook.


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  1. Donner
    , LA

    My deepest condolences to the family. Remember you are not alone at this difficult time. “God is our refuge and strengthen, a help that is readily found in times.”
    Psalm 46:1

  2. Patsy Gautreau Stafford
    Gonzales, LA

    Dear Bubba,
    So sorry to hear about this loss. You have been through a great deal of sorrow in your life and I pray that God gives you and Dana's family comfort.
    She looks exactly like Margaret. I can remember our high school days when I would go to Margaret's for sleep overs. Good memories. I pray that your good memories of Dana will give you some peace during this time of sorrow. You have the L. P. Gautreau, Jr. families sympathy.

  3. Bonnie Bercegeay Waguespack
    IOWA, LA

    Uncle Norris, Dalynn, David and Daniel,
    I feel sad to hear of Dana's death. I know she had suffered a lot in these last few years and I hope she is now at peace. I'm sure Aunt Margaret has welcomed her home with open arms and now they are together again, forever.
    Be assured of my prayers as I share in your sorrow. Much love to you all.

  4. Kim Hayman
    Fernadina Beach, FL

    Rest in peace my friend.

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