Connie Charles Armstrong

June 26, 1925 - August 11, 2007

Mr. Connie Charles Armstrong, a mighty man of valor, was born June 26, 1925. He was called from the battlefield to enter into the presence of his Savior on August 11, 2007. He left behind to carry on the legacy of his faith, Harriet Armstrong, loving wife of fifty-six years; five sons; sister, Rosalee Floyd; eleven grandchildren; and all those influenced by his kindness and leadership. Funeral services will be held at 2:00 PM, Wednesday, August 15, 2007 at Prestonwood Baptist Church. Interment will follow at Ridgeview Memorial Park. The family will receive friends during a visitation at Turrentine-Jackson-Morrow Funeral Home on Tuesday evening from 7:00 to 9:00 PM.

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May God comfort your family in this time of sorrow Ron Gray, August 15, 2007 To Harriet Armstrong and family of Connie C. Armstrong: Dear Friends, Please accept our deep and sincere sympathy on the death of our long-time friend, Connie Armstrong. I well remember Connie commencing his first day in Longview High School back in the early 40s. Always handsome, intelligent, a true gentleman, and a good person to be around at all times. We are so proud to have been a small part of the life and times of Connie. We cherish his memory and appreciate his life of dedicated service to his country, his family, his church, and his community. Sincerely, Howard and Peggy Coghlan 1035 N. Wood Lane Longview, Texas 75605 HOWARD P. COGHLAN, August 15, 2007 WE ARE OLD SCHOOLMATES FROM LONGVIEW, TEXAS AND HAVE FOND MEMORIES OF CONNIE. WE WILL MISS HIM AND SEND OUR SYMPATHY TO HIS FAMILY. JIM & MAGGIE JIM & MAGGIE BLAKELEY, August 15, 2007 Chad, I am so sorry to hear of you family's loss. Your father was a strong man. I am sure you and your family will continue his legacy. Sorry I couldn't be there for you. You long time friend, Bobby Bobby Ekes, August 15, 2007 Thanks for you and your sons friendships Beverly Johnson Briney, August 14, 2007 We cherish the memory of his help in our first campaign. He will be missed. Sam & Shirley Johnson, August 14, 2007 Two of our favorite people at Prestonwood were Dr.Harvey Saunders and Connie Armstrong.......two mighty men of God who shared a close personal friendship. What a blessing to have known and loved them both. Connie was a precious servant of both God and man. He will be profoundly missed. Our deepest sympathy is extended to Harriet and the family. Don and Lawana Conry, August 14, 2007 FRIEND OF ALL THE ARMSTRONG FAMILY. CONNIE WILL FOREVER BE REMEMBERED IN MY HEART. WONDERFUL PERSON GOOD FRIEND. C JEAN WILLIAMS DURHAM, August 14, 2007 We pray you take comfort knowing you will join your loved one in heaven. Bernice M. Fraze, August 14, 2007 Connie, We'll miss you. Bill & Melissa J Dalton, August 14, 2007 In loving memory. Ed & Delilah Myers, August 14, 2007 Chad: I am sorry for your loss and our hearts and prayers are with you and all of your family. Bruce Cunyus Bruce Cunyus, August 14, 2007 Condolences to the family. Jack I. Pilon, August 14, 2007 Connie your stable consistent witness will be greatly missed. You always took the time to stay involved and help wherever you could. I know you have many many crowns to lay at The LORD'S feet. I will miss working with you and I am confident I will see you again. I am sad and rejoicing, just as you would have wanted. Love Always, Carla Carla Sue McCroan, August 13, 2007 I well remember the Armstrongs from Harry Withers and Greenhill days. Connie and Harriet were active volunteers in both schools and leave a proud legacy. Tom Keener Greenhill School, Class of 1973 Tom Keener, August 13, 2007 Lifetime friend of Connie, parents, and siblings Claudia Reeves Weatherford, August 13, 2007 lifetime friend of Connie, parents, and siblings. mary helen cacas, August 13, 2007 My thoughts are with your family. JANET PICKETT, August 13, 2007