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Rachel Anne Arnall- Whiting

Rachel Anne Arnall-Whiting was born in Salt Lake City, UT June 3, 1976 to Sheridan and David Arnall. Rachel graduated from Sinagua High School in Flagstaff, AZ in 1994. She married the love of her life, Justin James Whiting on December 6, 1996 in Salt Lake City and was sealed in the Mesa Arizona Temple of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. They are blessed with two beautiful daughters Makay and Trinity Whiting. Rachel graduated from the Northern Arizona University School of Nursing and worked in prison, long-term care, and hospice nursing. Her desire to serve those most in need marked her entire personal and professional life. In addition to her parents, husband, and daughters she is survived by her brothers, Matthew Arnall (Emily Arnall), and Seth Arnall (Brandy Arnall); her grandfather, Eugene Trotter and many other friends and family members. She passed away in her sleep at the age of 38 on April 1 2015. All are invited to her funeral services held on Saturday April 11 at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 7885 Long Look Dr., Prescott Valley, AZ. There will be a public viewing at 11:00 am, a funeral service at 12:00 pm and burial to follow immediately after. Please join us to celebrate a life marked by love and service to others. 

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Rita Stuckey on Wednesday, April 08, 2015 4:43 PM
My Rachel, I search for words to express the heartbreaking sadness that I feel with the passing of your earthly being. My comfort is found in my belief that your spirit will be with us always; also, my gratitude that God's plan included our paths crossing in an incredible way. I give thanks for the close relationship that we had, the gift of you in my life. We were able to share much related to our mutual profession of nursing. I will always treasure our time together. I know that God will bless and keep your loved ones, especially Justin, Makay and Trinity. May we all be able to feel God's peace and know that it passeth all understanding. Rest in peace, my dear friend. As much of our communication happened after dark, I will think of you as I view the beautiful Arizona night sky. Rita
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Rita Stuckey on Wednesday, April 08, 2015 4:53 PM
My Rachel, I search for words to express the heartbreaking sadness that I feel with your passing from this earth. I find comfort in the belief that your spirit is with us always and the gratitude that I feel for your presence in my life. God brought us together in an incredibly close relationship which I will never forget. My God's peace which passeth all human understanding surround your loved ones, especially Justin, Makay & Trinity. Fly with the angels, my dear one. Since much of our communication happened after dark, I will think of you as I view the beautiful Arizona night sky. Love always, Rita
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Susan rieck on Thursday, April 09, 2015 6:11 AM
I taught Rachel in nursing school. She was precious...sweet...kind...lovely. My heart aches for your loss, Dave and all who love her dearly.
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Joseph and Vickie Lynch on Monday, April 13, 2015 11:33 AM
Mathew and Seth, Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.
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David Alan Arnall on Wednesday, April 22, 2015 5:55 AM
My dearest Rachel. I wonder why you were called home to your Father-in-Heaven's presence at such a young age? Grieving at our loss, your brothers, your Mother and I (your Father) look forward to the time that we will be reunited with you in the Spirit World in our Father-in-Heaven's presence. We rejoice in the miracle of the Resurrection and I know that I look forward to, once again, having my family together and united under the Plan of Salvation. God bless you, my dearest daughter. I really look forward to the day that we meet again. Love, Dad.
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