Irby Jean Short Armstrong
I am so glad Jean is not suffering any more with the pain.God had better plans for her. My dad loved her with all his heart and one day they will meet again and be able to hold hands and laugh again. My god be with Barry, Pam & Robert during this time.
i have looking for jean ,for years. my sister called it was in paper.she and i were close untill i got married and moved to wa. state.i still have a picture of us in front of murray house.may god bless nora carter yakima washington.
Sad to lose Jean who has been friend and step-mother-in-law since I married into my wonderful Armstrong family almost 30 yrs ago. Happy, however, that she has no more pain. I am thankful for the memories, the fun, the talks and special times together. I love you and will miss you Jean. Give Jordan a hug and remember we will all be together soon. Praying for Robert, Pam, and Barry and all of their family and that you will all find great comfort in the special love and memories.
No doubt Mrs. Armstrong will be deeply missed by family and friends, but draw comfort in knowing that she is in God's book of remembrance. (Mal. 3:16)
There will be an empty chair at the holiday table this year, but it will be filled with loving memories.
May you feel God's sweet arms of comfort around you. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family
Brenda Armstrong Moore & family