Arnold O'Del Chandler, buried in Lot 46, Block 30, was born 6-5-1899 in Leapwood, Tennessee to John Robert Chandler and Nancy Ann Tidwell Chandler, and died 5-4-1970 in Guthrie, Oklahoma at age 70. He married Velma Olive Donihoo 9-16-1923 at Guthrie, Oklahoma. Arnold came to Oklahoma when he was 18 years old on a train from Dyersburg, Tennessee. He stated "he didn't have a nickel to his name and the only clothes he had was his overalls and shirt he was wearing" in 1917. He worked at Martin's Lake driving a team of horses moving dirt and then he went to work at Furrow and Company and worked there from 1932 until 1963, a total of 31 years of service. When he started working at Furrow and Company in 1932 he earned $9 weekly and soon got a raise to $12 weekly. He stated he was tickled to get that. He retired as a steam fitter, which included maintaining proper heat in the boilers. He retired after suffering a heart attack in 1963. After he retired he fulfilled one of his lifelong dreams by attending a 1963 baseball World Series game in Los Angeles, California between the New York Yankees and Los Angeles Dodgers. He was a devoted New York Yankees fan and enjoyed watching their games on television. After retirement he developed a love for fishing which he was fishing when he suffered his fatal heart attack on May 4, 1970.