Arnold Allan Shuster of Bloomington passed away Feb. 24, at the age of 87. He was born in Montreal, Quebec Canada on June 23, 1928, to the late Morris Shuster and Pauline Shuster. In 1949, he received a Bachelor of Arts from Washington University in St. Louis, where he lettered in swimming and baseball. He has the provincial record for Quebec in long distance free style swimming, played several seasons of minor league baseball in the St. Louis Cardinals organization, and obtained a Master’s Degree from McGill University and a PhD from the University of Illinois. Arnold, also known as “Dr.Shuster” lived in Bloomington from 1971 until his death. He worked in the accounting department at Indiana University and taught accounting and finance at Indiana State University. Arnold was a beloved husband, father, grandfather, professor, mentor, and friend. He waas an enthusiastic baseball coach in the Bloomington Little Leagues, as well as a devoted member of the Beth Shalom Jewish Center and the YMCA in Bloomington. In recent years, he was a treasured resident in the Bell Trace Health and Living Center community. Arnold is survived by his Rose Mahern (Bloomington), former wife and mother of his children Susan Klein (Bloomington), sons Jonathon (Oakland, CA) and David (New York, NY), daughters-in-law Beth Sirull and Kera Rennert, and grandchildren Zevan and Ayala. He was preceded in death by his parents Morris and Pauline Shuster, sister Sylvia Shuster, brother George Shuster, and son Daniel Shuster.