Armin Dametrick Stringfellow

April 27, 1976January 8, 2019

Armin Dametrick Stringfellow was born on April 27, 1976 and passed away on January 8, 2019.


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Armin Dametrick Stringfellow

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Blake Shafer

January 17, 2019

Armin and I worked together Surveying. When I was made a crew chief Armin and I were partnered together and so began some of the most memorable times I will carry. We spent 8 hours a day working together for about 3 years. Armin was too big for words to describe. Over that time we got to where we both knew each others whole family even though we had never met some of them. Armin was an amazing story teller and always made work seem more like an adventure. I remember him diving in a ditch one day off Lovell Rd looking for highway monuments and he popped up with a muskrat in his right hand and the biggest grin on his face. He was Awesome! Armin was my true Friend and Brother. My heart is broken and the world is not quite as bright without him. My thoughts go out to Kim, Sophia, and Ellis.

Julian Toms

January 13, 2019

I grew up with Armin and we were in scouts together. I'm glad i got to see him a few weeks ago before he passed.

Charlsie Roach

January 12, 2019

Armin was one the nicest and funniest guys you could ever meet. He had a smile that could light up a room. I will truly miss him! Kim, my thoughts and prayers for you and the children, always❤️

Terry West

January 11, 2019

I am heartbroken with the loss of Armin. As a coworker, I consider Armin as one of my best friends. This is a terrible loss and my prayers are for comfort to his family and friends.

Steve Patterson

January 11, 2019

Sorry for your loss. From an old scouting buddy.

Leigh Krieps

January 10, 2019

So sorry for your loss. We are all grieving with you. Love and prayers to you and your children.
Don’t hesitate to call us at work if
you have any questions. We are here for you. Prayers🙏🏻.
Leigh Krieps

Kris Sweimler

January 10, 2019

Where to start....Armin was my brother for the longest time (a lot of people actually believed we were siblings). We grew up in the same church, we went hiking together, even lived together for a short time. We were thick as thieves, if you will. I remember the day he got Ghia...I also remember the day she was stolen from him; when he broke his collar bone slipping on the ice outside of the house, how hard he worked to graduate high school...DANG IT! Too many memories. There was so much of our lives we shared; it's hard to believe we missed so much in adulthood. He was the definition of a true friend & brother. He was compassionate, caring, & funny! He took everything with a grain of salt & always made sure to help others find "the brighter" side of things. Mom & Dad - my heart bleeds for you, his wife, his children.

Amanda Mcgill

January 9, 2019

I knew armin since high school, he was one of the sweetest, funniest and coolest friends anyone could ever have! He and my brother used to go rollerblading all over town, he always had a way of making u feel better even if u were having a bad day .His smile was infectious. I will always remember him , that wonderful smile ,and his kindness. My prayers are with kim and the children. God bless you all.