Arnold 'Arnie' Mather


I am sorry to say that we have received the sad news that “our kid” Arnie passed away on Tuesday morning  (27th Aug).  We will convey condolences to his family on behalf of Windsor & Eton members. Our thoughts will be with them at this very difficult time.


Pam Andrew - Secretary




Arnie's funeral will be held at 2.30pm on September 20th, at Bodmin Crematorium.

A reception will be held afterwards at Arnie's local village hall.


The family have asked to be advised (for catering purposes) if any members wish to attend.

Please advise Colin Andrews, who is in contact with Arnie's daughter.




A Memory by Pauline Hayward


We we’re very saddened to hear that Arnie has passed away, as we considered ourselves his friends.


We usually spoke around Christmas time. He and Harold were our team going to Potters. We spent many a night trying to keep up with them in the bar. Arnie would say “make it doubles, save going to the bar twice”.  He loved a whiskey nightcap. 

If you asked how he was he would say “well I woke up this morning, so I’m good ta”.

He was a gentle old soldier who was at Dunkirk. He didn’t talk about it much but did joke about it. We did a social for VE Day and finished with a tribute to Arnie. I believe Rob Gordon put it together for us. 

His daughter once rang and asked if she could pay for a party at the club for his birthday. Whereas everyone had the usual buffet meal, he had bacon, egg and chips, which he told me was his favourite meal. He didn’t half laugh when I put the plate in front of him.


As I said he was a lovely Old Soldier who loved his bowling. 





I understand that Arnie was just a few weeks shy of his 99th birthday.

No other details are know at present - Webmaster
29th August