Jennifer Reida Armstrong

March 19, 1971March 26, 2021

Jennifer Reida Armstrong March 19, 1971 It is with profound sorrow that Terry Armstrong and Richard Armstrong (Mary Lynn) announce the death of their youngest daughter Jennifer. Jennifer passed away in hospital, surrounded by her heartbroken family, in Windsor, Ontario, on March 26, 2021, at the age of 50. She leaves to mourn her cherished husband Paul, her precious children Christopher (Carly) and Meagan (Tom), and her loved stepchildren Jason, Stephen, and Kevin. She will be forever missed by her sisters, Carolyn (Jeff) and Beth (Ashley), her brother Richard (Rebecca) and her special nephew and niece Benjamin and Sarah. Jennifer has a large group of grieving family, friends, aunts, uncles, cousins and her 100-year-old grandmother Betty Stringer whose love for Jennifer was unconditional and endless. Anyone who knew Jennifer would say that she spent her life devoted to her children and family. She was known for her infectious personality, radiant smile, beautiful blue eyes, and sense of humour. As a caregiver, her warmhearted nature, caring character and selfless temperament will never be forgotten. Our family has been overwhelmed by the kindness and caring support that everyone has so generously given to us. The Masses offered for Jennifer all over Ontario are greatly appreciated. Special thanks to the nurses at the Windsor hospital, especially in ICU, Chaplain Pat, who helped to ease Jennifer’s death and assisted with our grieving. With our sincere gratitude, we thank you all. Jennifer has been cremated, and a Mass of Christian Burial will take place when the Covid restrictions lessen. Jennifer’s remains will be interned in both Cornwall, where she was born and grew up and in Timmins, where she lived most of her adult life. If so desired, donations can be made to “Carefor Hospice” in Cornwall, Ontario or “Our Living Space,” a shelter for the homeless in Timmins, Ontario.


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Philip Lauzon

July 12, 2021

Jen was always quick with a smart rebuttal, and quicker with laughter. The fun she brought with her every where she went made every ones summers feel too short when we lifeguarded with her. Extending my condolences to all the lives she has touched, to those she has saved, and especially to those she has brought into the world. I am comforted believing she will be watching over us from Heaven’s pool deck.

Maryl Roy

April 11, 2021

Norm & I were so shocked & saddened to know of Jennifer's passing . We send our sincere sympathy to her parents, sisters & brother whom we remember well from the years at St. Anne's School. Since Jennifer was often in our daughter, Denise's class we remember her as a sparkling energetic child. May your memories of her life & personality sustain you in your loss.
Norm & Maryl Roy

Patrick Armstrong

April 11, 2021

I’m so sorry to hear about Jennifer’s passing, my heart goes out to all of you. I’m sorry I did not get to know her better, just childhood memories of our family reunion in the field. I have been trying to reach out to the Armstrong side of my family, if you would like to reach out to me, I welcome it
my email is, and phone is 705 279 1497
Your cousin
Patrick Armstrong

Darlene Hall

April 8, 2021

Terry, Dick, Carolyn, Beth, Richard, and all of the Armstrong family -

I am so, so sorry to hear about Jennifer's death.

I have so many fond childhood memories of Jennifer, from riding our bikes to school together, to sharing our ever so special birthday parties, to just hanging out at your very welcoming home on Riverdale Ave.

She was one of my very first friends in life - her kind and gentle soul gave me a wonderful early life experience of what a real friend is.

Please know I'm thinking of you with a heavy heart and tears in my eyes.

Darlene xo

Natalie Dayneka

April 8, 2021

Dear Carolyn, Terry, Ben, Sarah & Armstrong family,

My deepest sympathies,

Natalie Dayneka


April 6, 2021

To the entire Armstrong Family:

My deepest sympathies to all of you. Jen was a wonderful teammate--dedicated, hard working, fun, funny, intelligent and talented. She was feisty too and had a wonderful dry sense of humour and wit that could bring a smile to many. I loved how she often punctuated the end of a sentence with a quick chuckle and a sly grin.

Loss is so difficult. I do hope that all the wonderful memories of Jen bring warmth to your hearts and, over time, ease the pain.

My sincere condolences,

Laurie McLean

Evelyn Marquis

April 6, 2021

Dear Carolyn, Terry, Ben Sarah & Armstrong family,

Such deep sadness hearing of Jennifer's passing. I will always remember the wonderful care she gave my three children at her home daycare.
Her beautiful smile, loving care and generous spirit will live on forever.
My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Love, Evelyn, Pat, Danielle and Chris Marquis

Ross Deebank

April 5, 2021

Dick & Terry,

I was deeply saddened to learn of Jennifer passing away at such a young age and have many fond memories of her upbeat personality and laughter.

Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you and the family and you have my deepest sympathy.

Lynn Bergeron

April 5, 2021

We were sad to hear of Jennifer passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult time

Pierrette Tremblay

April 4, 2021

Dear Armstrong family,

I’m so sorry to learn of Jennifer’s passing. She had a fantastic sense of humour that I discovered when we worked together as lifeguards one summer at Riverdale park. Please accept my deepest sympathies, may she rest in peace.
With love,
Pierrette Tremblay