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Arthur “Art” M. Christian May 31, 1968 - September 10, 2018

Mr. Arthur “Art” M. Christian, 50, of Horn Lake, MS passed away Monday, September 10, 2018 at his residence in Horn Lake. He was born in Salina, KS to Michael Christian and Rosa Avenell Barnet Christian. Mr. Christian was a pit boss at numerous casinos including Grand Casino Tunica, Gold Strike, and Harrah’s, for approximately twenty-seven years. He was an outdoors man and loved to fish. He also enjoyed auto mechanics and repairing vehicles for others as well as his own. He loved being able to lend a helping hand to others whenever possible. Mr. Christian will be remembered for his joking personality and sarcastic nature. He loved making others smile and laugh with his jokester tendencies. He will be greatly missed by those who he shared his life with.

Mr. Christian leaves behind his father, Michael Christian of Braham, MN; three brothers, Charlie Graves (Darci) of Fort Worth, TX, Arlow Christian (Michelle) of Cambridge, MN, and Curtis Christian (Twyla) of Pine City, MN; one sister, Margaret Carlson (Marc) of Coon Rapids, MN. Mr. Christian also leaves behind a host of loving friends and other family members.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Rosa Avenell Barnet Christian.

A celebration of life will be held Friday, September 14, 2018 from 2:00 P.M. – 4:00 P.M. at Twin Oaks Funeral Home (290 Goodman Rd. E, Southaven, MS 38671).

Arrangements made by Twin Oaks Funeral Home (662) 349-9720.

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    Dianna Woods, CPA says

    Art, I missed getting my hug from you when you were sitting in the box at the Crap table working. I came back looking for you later, but guess your shift was over during Labor Day weekend, and could not get you off my mind during my road trip back to Atlanta on Labor Day as I could tell you didn’t look well, at all. I waved at you as I walked by, but I sensed and observed you didn’t appear to be your usual smiling self. I hoped I could offer my assistance in any way possible once I returned this weekend, but I guess, even as a “CPA” my calculations were a wee bit off and God had the final say and took you on home, so I missed the final opportunity to be graced with our usual hug, smiles, kind words of wisdom during my crap table visits, and the pieces of candy you always had handy for me if I wanted something sweet. You are missed, Art, as you were a person I always looked forward to seeing during my monthly visits from ATL. God bless you, Art. The good thing is…You are out of pain and misery, and, most importantly, am sure you are in God’s hands forever more. I miss you already and I was crushed to hear the news Monday evening…. Goldstrike will never be the same.

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