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Ronald Alvin Armstrong

1938 - 2021

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sid poulton

April 13, 2021 10:00 AM

  To the family of Ron, my name is Sid Poulton and I worked along side of Ron at FMC for many years . We had many good times and shared lots of jokes, always fun to work with Ron. I could fill a book with the experiences both good and bad . I would liked to have visited with the family of Ron but never had the chance to meet any of his children, if any of his family could e-mail me I would like to visit and say a few things in memory of one of my friends. Ron  

Robert Lee

April 11, 2021 12:52 PM

A correction on my post. Computer filled in on spelling was not Simon. My dad's cousin was the lovely Winona.

Robert Lee

April 11, 2021 12:47 PM

Ron was filled with laughter and joy while being employed at FMC. I so enjoyed his humor and personality. We both found out our family connection. Simon's was my dad's cousin and talking with her at the Lee family reunions was so fun. Ron told me that even though we were 2nd cousins, he was the better looking one. And the laughter followed. He was 👍great. Such a blessing to enjoy his presence in the previous years.

J Delvin Armstrong

April 9, 2021 12:11 PM

Ron was my Best Friend all during our growing up .years.  We went separate ways after High School graduation but we always got together for Class Reunions.  We had a particularly warm get together during a Reunion held in Lava in the 80's.  And also the 50th Reunion held in Pocatello.      In 2004 Linda and I along with my Brother, Dennis, went to visit him when he lived on Yellowstone Highway.   He refused to see me and that was the last time we were ever physically close.  I was hugely disappointed but now understand that he may have been suffering from a deep depression.  I wish we could have helped him to recover from that.  But I still love him greatly and always will. 

Debbie Whitworth

April 7, 2021 8:26 PM

Ron was our dear friend and we called him family. He brought many smiles and laughter in our home. He will be missed.
Layce and Debbie Whitworth

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