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This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, Sean Armstrong, who was born in North Carolina on the 25th of December, 1977 and passed away much too young on the 14th of June, 2010 at the age of 32. We will remember and love him forever. Sean is now celebrating with the angels in heaven, and praising Jesus every moment. His time here was precious, but his time there is even more precious, to our Lord and ourselves. Sean Armstrong was a beloved son, brother, husband, cousin, nephew, father, and friend. Sean was always a happy camper. He worked hard to provide for his family, and enjoyed every bit of it. He could greet anyone with a smile and talk your ear off the first five seconds of knowing you. Sean was a major goofball. He lived for fun. There wasn't a thing he was afraid of trying. A true daredevil, constantly taking risks, and yet, we all trusted him. Lighthearted and silly, he cheered everyone up and knew how to enjoy the simple things in life. We do not always understand why God called him to his permanent home in heaven. Perhaps it was because He loved Sean so...I like to believe that it was all for the best, even through our tears.
Tributes and Condolences
(How We Survive) By: Mark Rickerby   / Angelina Armstrong (Daughter)
If we are fortunate, we are given a warning. If not, there is only the sudden horror, the wrench of being torn apart; of being reminded that nothing is permanent, not even the ones we love, the ones our lives revolve around. Life is a fr...  Continue >>
My brother, my friend   / Eden Darden (Sister)
Sean If I could have one more day with you I would get up early blast the music and help you fix a huge breakfast. You would make me the best coffee ever with cream and sugar just like you like it. We’d clean your entire house and I wouldn’t mind ...  Continue >>
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His legacy
His Daughters  
Angelina Jade Armstrong and Allison Claire Armstrong
Sean's Photo Album
Silly Sean!
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