Dr. Arnold E. Powell of Phoenix, Arizona passed away June 15, 2017. He was 94 years old and a veteran of World War II who received a Silver Star and two Purple Hearts. Dr. Powell was at D-day and the Battle of the Bulge. After the war he had a research laboratory and was a professor at Case Western Reserve Medical School. He and his associates discovered that you could transplant bone to a human being if it was frozen first. Dr. Powell started the first bone banks. Dr. Powell is survived by his children John Powell and Wendy Justice, sister Audrey Frieman, granddaughters Megan Doutis, Cathy Galland, and Suzy Powell, two great grandsons Cody and Kyler Doutis, and cousin Bea Eisenberg. Arrangements by Sinai Mortuary.