Mrs. Phoebe A Armstrong
February 25, 1936 – March 15, 2020
Phoebe A Armstrong was born on February 25, 1936 and passed away on March 15, 2020.
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Mrs. Phoebe A Armstrong
April 1, 2020
Aloha menemene, Clancy,
Somewhere over the great divide Phoebe has found peace at Heaven’s door. Charlie remembers vividly how you and Phoebe made SLO their “home away from home”. Phoebe loved life and at the reunions in LV she never failed to remind us how important “family” is and always had a sense of humor that warmed our hearts. May all the wonderful memories comfort you and your family at this time.
With prayers and sympathy - A hui hou,
Charlie and Gwen Onaka
March 31, 2020
To My Cal Poly Handball Partner and Hawaiian Club Friend Clancy & Family. Phoebe and you gave me & others a sense of family when we were so far away. Phoebe was like a big sister, a great wife and mother who always had a smile and kind ways to all she met and knew. I think I know how you must feel losing a special someone you loved for so long.
May God bless you all and his merciful way to take her to heaven when the world is in trouble. My Aloha and condolences my friend! Buddha aka Jim Kahue
Buddha, aka Jim Kahue
Gary & Flo Motoyama
March 31, 2020
Our sympathies and condolences. It was always nice to see you and Phoebe at our Vegas reunions. Looking forward to seeing you at the next reunion.
Gary & Flo
March 30, 2020
Gay and I were so sorry to hear of Phoebe's passing. You always welcomed us newcomers into your Ohana and made us feel like home. You and Phoebe were always so loving and understanding and raised a great family to continue your legacy. So appreciative that you always did everything you could to join us at our LV reunions. We will miss Phoebe but look forward to seeing you at one of our gatherings.
Our love and prayers to you and your family.
Bryant and Gay Mori
March 29, 2020
From all of us here at the Chumash Bingo we are so sad to hear of Phoebe’s passing.
My friend you will truly be missed, though our memories will still live on, we love and will truly miss your smiling face. Clarance we are so sorry for your loss, our prayers are with you and your family. R.I.P. Phoebe, all our love, your bingo family
March 28, 2020
I have so many memories of Phoebe, She was like a second mom for so much of my growing up years. Valerie and I were stuck together like glue growing up, her and Clancy would always go somewhere every weekend, whether it be the beach, lake, etc..I'll never forget All of us piling in the big blue station wagon! I could go on and on with the memories I shared with the Armstrong family, Phoebe's patience was impressive, dealing with a herd of kids running around. Clancy, Danny, Valerie, Mark, Leanne, and Greg, and all of your families my heart breaks for you. She was a very special lady, and will be missed. I feel blessed to have been a part of her family, Love you all very much, Tori
March 25, 2020
Our deepest sympathy to you and your entire Ohana. Phoebe will surely be missed by all, including the entire Cal Poly Club and gang. You are a lucky man to have had her in your life. Treasure all the great memories of her, as surely as she had treasured you. Fond Aloha to Phoebe.
Take care, keep safe and healthy in this time of uncertainty. With love and warm Aloha. Raymond and Linda.
March 24, 2020
Clancey, our condolences & deepest sympathies to you and your family for the passing of wife Phoebe. Gail & I were so happy to see her in September 2019 at the Hui O' Hawaii Cal Poly Reunion. I will always treasure the good times & memories we had back in the 60s & then later at the reunions.
Aloha, Roger & Gail Hasegawa