"Tanna" had a peculiar habit that it would be hard to envision anybody else having.
He would put change - old money, he told his daughter - in a sock, tie it to his belt and put it in his back pocket.
Arthur Meunier III, 63, of Pass Christian, died Aug. 29, but was not identified as a victim of Hurricane Katrina until this week.
"Nobody would know him as Arthur," said his daughter Lollie Meunier-Lawson, of Jacksonville, Fla. Friends and family called him Tanna.
"He was very easy-going and fun, just real laid-back," she said about her father, who she described as an unassuming man who enjoyed spending his time fishing.
She said that for as long as she can remember, that was one of his passions. He would frequently fish or go crabbing with her uncle, she said.
"He kind of kept to himself. He didn't bother anyone," said his daughter.