C. Austin Armacost Jr.
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Eline Funeral Home-Hampstead
934 S Main St
Hampstead, MD
Austin Armacost of Upperco passed away on January 12, 2022 surrounded by his family. He was 84.

Austin lived on the farm where he was born and worked his entire life. He traveled the world, had many hobbies, and was always surrounded by family and friends. Austin will be remembered as a great man, father, brother, friend and neighbor.

Austin is survived and dearly missed by his brother Ed (Linda), children Terry, Patty (Alan) and Joe (Kathy), grandsons Jason (Alice), Matt and Luke, 5 great granddaughers, daughter-in-law Nancy, and his four-legged constant companion, Casey. He was predeceased by his wife, Catherine, and son, Jerry.

Arrangements are provided by Eline Funeral Home, Hampstead, MD. Services private. A celebration of life will be held in the spring.
Published by Baltimore Sun on Jan. 16, 2022.
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Well remembered from days of long when he had the airport. and I went there an flew my models In the past few I had many breakfasts with him and other friends
James Hilgartner
Friend
January 15, 2022
Linda Armacost
Family
January 15, 2022
Linda Armacost
Family
January 15, 2022
In our sadness, I'd like to add two photos of Austin with his younger brother Ed. Eddie will tell you that Austin was the best brother anyone could ever hope for! Matter of fact, Austin pestered his parents for a sibling for ten years until Eddie was born and was overjoyed to have him join the family! The brothers are helping Austin's dog, Casey, give a good showing for the photographer on his 8th birthday with cake, candles, and all! Good memories to have! Wish I had more photos of the two together.
Linda Armacost
Family
January 15, 2022
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