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In Memory of

Glenn Nicholas Arkontaky

February 26, 1954 - September 15, 2016

Obituary


Graveside service for Glenn Nicholas "Nick" Arkontaky, 62, of Anniston, will be 2pm, October 2nd, 2016 at Eulaton Methodist Cemetery with Rev. Henry Gibson officiating. A celebration of life will follow at Saks Community Center at 3pm. Mr. Arkontaky passed away Thursday at his home surrounded by his family.

Survivors include his wife of eleven years, Betty Keasler Arkontaky; step children Jennifer Bishop and Cristy Bishop; grandchildren Abby King, Ally King, and Easton Abernathy; mother-in-law Ann Keasler; uncle Bart Trammell; brothers-in-law Brett Keasler (Robin), Tim Keasler (Stefanie), and Shane Keasler (Cathy); nephew Chris Ledbetter...

Graveside service for Glenn Nicholas "Nick" Arkontaky, 62, of Anniston, will be 2pm, October 2nd, 2016 at Eulaton Methodist Cemetery with Rev. Henry Gibson officiating. A celebration of life will follow at Saks Community Center at 3pm. Mr. Arkontaky passed away Thursday at his home surrounded by his family.

Survivors include his wife of eleven years, Betty Keasler Arkontaky; step children Jennifer Bishop and Cristy Bishop; grandchildren Abby King, Ally King, and Easton Abernathy; mother-in-law Ann Keasler; uncle Bart Trammell; brothers-in-law Brett Keasler (Robin), Tim Keasler (Stefanie), and Shane Keasler (Cathy); nephew Chris Ledbetter (Jennifer); niece Lorrie Beth White (Ben); great nephews Hunter Pointer, Alex Ledbetter, and Nathan White; great nieces Ashley Pointer, Alexis Gill, Diamond Ledbetter; and his American bulldog, Lizzy.

Mr. Arkontaky is preceded in death by his parents Charles N. and Geraldine Trammell Arkontaky; and sister Diane Arkontaky Ledbetter.

Nick graduated from Wellborn High School in 1972. He was a lifelong resident of Eulaton and a member of Eulaton Methodist Church. He worked at Monsanto for 11 years before working at Westinghouse and the Calhoun County Commission. He loved going to trade day and spending time with his family and friends. He was a loving husband, step-father, and grandfather and will be greatly missed.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Eulaton Methodist Church. Online condolences made at www.graybrownservice.com.