Arnold J. Cane


Arnold John Cane, age 54, died unexpectedly on May 23, 2022. He was born April 11, 1968 in Columbus, Georgia, the son of Pamela H. Cane.

Until he was in his late teens, Arnold grew up in Menasha, Wisconsin. He then moved with his grandmother Grace E. Cane to Rochester, Minnesota, where he lived until his untimely death. He will be remembered as a loving and caring Christian.

In Rochester, Arnold rehabbed apartments and later received his real estate license. For a number of years, he work as a lighting specialist and stage hand at the old Mayo Civic Center. His real love, however, was refurbishing old/antique cars for resale.

Arnold will be deeply missed by his two surviving aunts, Patricia C. Kraske of South Hadley, MA and Priscilla M. White of Port St. Lucie, FL. He is also survived by five cousins: Richard, Anne, Michael, Mark and Taylor.

Arnold was preceded in death by his mother, uncle and grandparents.

Arnold will also be greatly missed by his girlfriend Jenny Steffey as well as by friends Linda, Doris, John, Jeff and Treni.

There will be no funeral services. Interment will be in Wisconsin at the family burial site.

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5 thoughts on “Arnold J. Cane

  1. He will be missed what a nice man he was loved see you on the other side Aj

  2. Arnold better known as AJ to his friends was my best friend. I miss him greatly he has been part of my daily life for many years. He will live on in my memories forever rest with our Heavenly Father AJ

  3. AJ was a part of my life since 2002. I met him on my evening runs,passing his rental property on E.Center..
    We began our friendship over a sign in the window of his rental property.
    I commented that I liked his sign.
    It said: Stay calm and carry on.
    We had great conversations about city government,our love of Kmart and flowers.
    He was part of the crew at the Mayo Civic doing the sound and met all the entertainers.
    He would share stories.
    I will miss him,greatly.
    He was a very nice person, with a big smile and a kind heart.
    AJ gave our city color and charm.
    He was the neighborhood Mr.Rogers.
    Jane komidor

  4. I’m greatful to know you as a significant other I miss you always I love you forever

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