Former Goodyear mayor dies after battle with cancer

William Bill Arnold/City of Goodyear photo

By Joshua Bowling | Arizona Republic

Former Goodyear mayor William “Bill” Arnold died at 80 years old after a battle with cancer.

Arnold died Oct. 23. He was first elected to Goodyear City Council in 1989 and served as mayor from 1995 to 2003.

“Bill made such an impact to the city of Goodyear,” Mayor Georgia Lord said in a written statement. “We will miss seeing him at our community events, but his legacy at City Hall still lives on today.”

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