William F. Armstrong, Jr.
In Memory of
William F.
Armstrong, Jr.
1924 - 2014
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Steve Keenan Somerville Fire Department-Retired
"Mister Armstrong was the kindest and most generous person I ever met or worked f"
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Condolence From: Charles B. Wyman III
Condolence: I wasn't to close to my uncle, But as my mothers only living brother. It would have been the right thing to do, and notify us of my uncles passing. I did admire and respect my uncle for all of his accomplicements.I think it That my side of the Armstrong family was very selfish in not notifying relatives of Uncle Bill. I still loved him as my Uncle
Friday August 08, 2014
Condolence From: Kathy Schill
Condolence: Our family just heard about Bill Armstrong. We are truly sorry for the Armstrong and extended families loss. He was so nice to my mother, Kay Donabed who worked with Bill for many years. Also, my dad was a neighbor that helped Bill in his early years driving patients to the hospital.

My parents loved going to his holiday parties!

Our prayers go out to Bill's family.


Monday March 17, 2014
Condolence From: Morad & Javian family
Condolence: Our deepest sympathies to the whole Armstrong
ambulance family. We just heard about this and are
Deeply saddened. Bill was an Extremely Good hearted
Man and will Always be remembered for his
Generosity and compassion. Our family will Always
Remember him as a kind person who would do
Anything for Anyone. He was wonderful to our family
Especially our grandmother, Kay who worked for
Bill for many years. May he rest in peace.


Sunday March 16, 2014
Condolence From: J Johnson
Condolence: My sincere condolences to the family of William F. Armstrong, Jr. – It is obvious according to the information listed above about Mr. Armstrong that he was loved and his life touched many people. The Bible book of Hebrews reminds us that God does not forget all of the love and fine works shown by his servants (Hebrews 6:10). We are promised a time when no one will be sick (Isaiah 33:24). In the Bible we are also promised a resurrection of dear family members and friends that we have lost (John 5:28, 29). The promise of Paradise, the perfect conditions God intended for mankind will be fulfilled including God's "will to be done as in Heaven also upon Earth” (Matthew 6:9, 10). Meanwhile we have the opportunity to be comforted by Bible promises (John 17:3).
Tuesday March 11, 2014
Condolence From: Mark Keenan
Condolence: Bill was truly one of the nicest, most kind people I had the pleasure of calling "friend." Being born & raised in Malden & having worked at Foxwoods Resort Casino for the past almost 21 years, I got to meet Bill about 17 years ago & have been friends with him ever since, being his main contact guy. With him there, we got to share some great stories & have some good laughs through the years. Even though I work in CT, seeing & talking to him always made me feel that much closer to home. He was a very generous man who would do anything for you if needed. He was universally liked at the casino & it saddens many people who got to know him & be friendly with him through the years. It made me proud to be friends with Bill & he was almost like an extended grandfather to me; My heartfelt condolences to his entire family, both by blood & those he considered "family" that worked for him.
Tuesday March 11, 2014
Condolence From: Kathleen Morris
Condolence: It has been a true honor having known this Wonderful Gentleman. I will never forget all his kindnesses to me my family. May He Rest In Peace. My deepest sympathy, Kathy Morris
Tuesday March 11, 2014
Condolence From: Steve Keenan
Condolence: I am devastated to hear of the passing of Mister Armstrong. He was kind and compassionate and was like a father to me in times of need. To his daughter Gale and the rest of his family I send my condolences. There is a saying that says "when any man dies, I am diminished." We are all diminished. God bless you Mister Armstrong. I will never forget you.

Steve Keenan
Monday March 10, 2014
Condolence From: Ken Hamilton
Condolence: Fay,Gale,Holly and Jill I am offering my condolences on your loss. Bill touched the lives of many with his caring and compassionate care to all the patients and communities he served. I had the priviledge of working for Bill in the early days and will always remember being treated as a valued employee. I will always think of Bill and the time I worked for him.
Monday March 10, 2014
Condolence From: Maureen Damigella
Condolence: Some people may say they love their boss, but in reality how many of them actually mean it? I am one of those people who can say it & truly mean it. I am a current employee at Armstrong Ambulance Service and am so deeply saddened & heartbroken(as we all are here at AAS)to hear about the passing of Mr Armstrong. He was a wonderful boss, but even more so, he was an amazing & incredible human being, who got a great deal of pleasure from giving to others. He has touch so many hearts & lives. I am so grateful & thankful that two of those hearts & lives just happened to be that of mine & my son's. He will live in our hearts forever. I will miss the daily pleasantries & laughter we would exchange & the countless stories he would often share about the business & just life in general, but more importantly I will genuinely miss him. I was truly blessed to have known this remarkable man, who always made me feel like I was so much more than just one of his employees. I want to express my sincere & deepest heartfelt sympathy to the entire Armstrong family & may GOD bless you all through this sad & difficult time. I would like to say "Thank You" one more time to you Mr. Armstrong for all of your kindness & compassion & also say that it has been an absolute honor, pleasure and privilege to have known you. I truly believe that GOD has reserved a special place in Heaven just for you. Rest in peace Mr. Armstrong and please know that you will never be forgotten.
Monday March 10, 2014
Condolence From: Bob Geribo
Condolence: Mr. Bill Armstrong will never be forgotten by the Arlington Pop Warner Football and Cheerleading Organization(past & present).
Bill was truly a great man!
He was compassionate, supportive and extremely generous.
He is a legend in the Town of Arlington and he will be remembered fondly.
Bill led a great life and he is now in God's Hands.
May his company (name sake) live on forever.....doing the work that he loved.
God bless Bill and his entire family.

Monday March 10, 2014
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