Kenneth Gregory Arnold, 53, died June 10, 2020 in Huntsville Alabama. Greg was a 1986 graduate of Tuscaloosa County High School and a member of Sylvan United Methodist Church. He was a gifted carpenter and completed many beautiful projects and buildings in his good days. Greg fought hard against alcohol and drug addiction most of his adult life. But in the end, after a recent 18 months clean, he relapsed and lost his battle. The light of a loving, intelligent, kind-hearted spirit was taken from our lives by a senseless and relentless drug. We will miss him every day for the rest of our lives. The pain of his death is heartbreaking and intolerable, which is why stories like Greg's should be told. We are grateful to the counselors and staff of The Pathfinder in Huntsville for their love and support for Greg over the last few years—Russell, Janet, Bill, and so many others—you are special! We say thank you also to all the recovery units across the state who work tirelessly, underfunded, and unappreciated to fight against this scourge of our society. We are grateful also to Woodcraft Specialties in Huntsville for taking a chance and hiring Greg, for their love, support, and compassion, and for the 18 months that he was productive in their employ. Joe and Lee Perez and Shawn Henderson, all the staff and employees--we love you! Greg is survived by his parents Norman (Val) Arnold and Judy Allford Arnold of Fosters, AL; his daughter, Haley Moneyhan of Jacksonville, FL; his brother and sister-in-law, Pastors Norm and Denise Arnold of Castle Rock, WA; and loving aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, and friends in Fosters and Huntsville. He was preceded in death by his brother, James Matthew Arnold, and grandparents James and Hazel Allford, and Norman and Hollis Arnold. Greg’s remains will be interred at Sylvan United Methodist Church Cemetery in Fosters, AL, at a private family service. Memorials may be made to The Pathfinder Inc, at http://www.pathfinderhsv.com/donate/ or to Sylvan UMC Food Pantry at Sylvan UMC, PO Box 24, Fosters, AL 35463. If you look into the distance, there's a house upon the hill Guidin' like a lighthouse To a place where you'll be safe to feel our grace. 'Cause we've all made mistakes. If you've lost your way I will leave the light on, I will leave the light on.