Henry Arndt currently resides in New York and works as the Vice President of Corporate Development & Strategy at Momofuku.
John is married and the proud parent of two children. He attends Chapman Quarries United Methodist Church in Bath and enjoys a busy social and charitable life.
Early Life and Education
His First Book on True Christianity opened many minds, guided consciences, and spread warmth throughout their souls. While most embraced it with gratitude and joy, others may have taken exception out of envy or personal dislike and sought to discredit or oppose him.
He remained in Brunswick until 1609, when he applied to the City Council for letters of honorable dismission and then relocated first to Eiseleben and eventually Celle.
At Brunswick, Arndt became embroiled in various controversies. Most notable among these was the Majoristic debate concerning whether good works are required for salvation. Furthermore, Arndt defended Melanchthon against Antinomistic attacks relating to law in the Church.
Achievement and Honors
Henry Arndt earned a place on Maine Maritime Academy’s second semester Dean’s List for 2013-14 with an overall grade point average of 3.33 or above out of four possible points on a 4.0 scale scale he is studying marine science and small vessel operations at Maine Maritime.
He is the father of two sons and one daughter; grandfather to four grandchildren; as well as having numerous nieces and nephews. Born in Bay City, Michigan to Henry Agdanowski Arndt who died before him; Lorraine Agdanowski Arndt also predeceased him.
Henry Arndt is not only known for his professional hockey career, but is also an accomplished artist. His paintings have been displayed at galleries and museums nationwide and received many awards and accolades – one such award-winning painting being “Memorial Day”, which was commissioned by the United States Navy and now belongs to their permanent collection at Pensacola Florida National Museum of Naval Aviation.
Henry was an outstanding family man who always put others before himself. A selfless individual with an infectious laugh, Henry enjoyed spending time with his loved ones as well as attending church services in his community.
Tom works at Momofuku as Vice President of Corporate Development & Strategy in New York, United States. Established by Chef David Chang, Momofuku features restaurants as well as home cooking products available nationwide shipping.
He has long been an enthusiastic supporter of Dartmouth rugby and recently started coaching the women’s team in its inaugural year as a varsity sport. Additionally, he volunteers his services at various charitable organizations. Married and with two children of his own as well as being a proud grandfather!
Arnett reportedly estimated his net worth at $5 Million. He has appeared as a guest star on several television programs such as 30 Rock, King of the Hill and The Office, in films Running Wilde and The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret as well as in We’re the Millers (2013) and its sequel (2016) as lead character Wendell Fenwick but stepped aside due to scheduling conflicts; Jason Sudeikis took the part instead. Additionally he played Vern Fenwick from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2014) film as Vern Fenwick; additionally co-starring with Christina Applegate from Up All Night (2016) sitcom series Up All Night which premiered earlier that same year as well as co-starring on an NBC sitcom entitled Up All Night which both co-starring with Christina Applegate co-starring co-starring as co-starring co-starring alongside Christina Applegate co-starring co-starring Up All Night which premiered its 2016 sequel with him acting alongside Christina Applegate as Christina Applegate co starred on her sitcom Up All Night alongside Christina Applegate as co-starring alongside Christina Applegate herself co starring alongside her on an NBC sitcom Up All Night alongside Christina Applegate!