Rex Armistead

Lula, Mississippi

Feb 23, 1930 – Dec 24, 2013 (Age 83)


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There is no words to describe the loss of Rex. He helped my family despite the risk. I will miss him but know that somewhere the angels in Heaven got a new member. Linn from every member of the Sherry/Sposito family thank you and God Bless. Your Father was a great Man of God and although I am saddened I have no doubt he is in a better place.

I'm so sorry for your loss. Rex was a dear friend of mine. We became very close after his house fire. I was fire chief in Lula during that time. He was a man of many stories and knowledge. You are in my prayers

Linn, I'm so very sorry for your loss. Loved your Daddy. Before I joined the Air Force, he and I had a long talk, I've often thought about some of the things he said to me and how strongly he felt about service to our country. He will be missed. We were very blessed to grow up in a town with so many special people to guide us along with out life. You are in our prayers.

Sorry to hear of Mr Rex passing away, he was a Friend of my Dad (Dan Crisp) and I met Mr Rex about 15 years ago, He was quite the Southern Gentleman, I truly enjoyed visiting with him every chance I got. I know he is in a better place, and I will be praying for your Family.

Dear Linn- We are so sad to learn of your Dad's recent health issues and passing. We were friends with Rex from the beginning of ROCIC. Rex was a very unique man. He was bigger than life and most definitely "HIS OWN MAN".A special thanks for trying to give him a better quality of life in the final days. With his strong personality that couldn't have been easy. Ray is very honored to be selected as a honorary pallbearer. He will not be able to be with you in person due to...