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Barbara Harris

Michele I am so sorry to hear this. Wish I was there to hug you. Sending you love and prayers.

Cheryl Cummins

I am filled fill sadness to hear this. I worked with Steve and his wife Michele at the Council on Aging for several years. I remember him as being so funny and kind. My thoughts and prayers go out to Michele, Taylor and Robbie. If you need anything please call me. I love you all.

Joseph and Josephine Benner

I worked with Steve at Fernandina Middle school . He really was a joy to work with; and very smart and witty. My deepest sympathy to Michelle and Taylor. May God bless you.

Stephen Dwight Arseneau


Stephen Dwight Arseneau, 66, of Fernandina Beach, FL, passed away on Sunday, November 12th, 2023 at Baptist Hospital in downtown Jacksonville, FL.

Born in February 1957 in Columbus, Ohio to Shirley (Simon) & Galen Arseneau. He was raised in Norfolk, Virginia and moved to Fernandina Beach in the early 1980's - where he met his wife, Michele (Gillen) Arseneau in 1993. They married in December of 1994, and welcomed their daughter, Taylor Arseneau, in November of 1995. His wife & daughter remember him as a funny, adventurous, and loving man who was passionate about his family.

He traveled across the world to surf the best beaches, and was a great golfer. He was an avid sports fan, particularly of football, his favorite teams were the Jaguars and the Gators. He loved traveling to the Nascar races with his family, where he would root for Mark Martin and Dale Earnhardt Jr.

Stephen leaves behind Michele Arseneau (wife), Taylor Arseneau (daughter), Robert Nelson (step son), Bubba Gillen (brother inlaw), Kristi Totzki (sister inlaw), Rosemary Nelson (granddaughter), Ripley Nelson (granddaughter), Riker Nelson (grandson), Zac Arseneau (nephew), Hali Arseneau (niece), Lydia Arseneau (niece), and Ashleigh Gillen (niece).

There will be no public service, as the family wishes to grieve in private.


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