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Birmingham Funeral Home

438 Main Street, Old Town, ME

OBITUARY

Thomas Edgar Armstrong Jr.

November 13, 1953September 11, 2020

Thomas E. Armstrong, Jr., of Brownville, ME and Marion, TX, passed away, September 11, 2020, at the age of 66 years old. He was born in Bangor on November 13, 1953. He is the son of the late Thomas E. Armstrong and Ruby Bridgham Lawyer.

Tom was a roofing contractor in Florida for 30 years until his retirement. Upon retirement he became busier than ever, remodeling a home in Maine and building his house in Texas. He loved to tinker and keep his hands busy. Tom was always the jokester. He loved spending time boating, 4-wheeling, or doing numerous projects outside. He was a generous man, a doting grandfather, and a loving husband and father.

Thomas is survived by his wife, Karen; their children, Scott Allen (Donna), Gabriel Dempsey (Kelly), and Amanda Dizzine (Mike); his siblings, Stephanie Young, Debbie Archer and Duane Armstrong (Dianne); 7 grandchildren, Jeremiah, Alexis, Hailey, Seth, Ashley, Ryder, Jase and 1 beloved great granddaughter, Adaline.

The family will receive guests at their home, 1pm on Wednesday, September 16, 2020 for a Celebration of Life.

Services

No public services are scheduled at this time. Receive a notification when services are updated.

Memories

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Virginia Inman

September 19, 2020

There is not many memories of my younger days that Tommy was not a part of. Being neighbors and my husband's boss and his friend. I remember many nights of them 2 in the barn til early morning building on something. The 2 of them sneaking out after us wives were asleep and riding the dirtbikes down Nova rd. He was and always will be, and Karen too part of our family. This is not goodbye, it's till we meet again.

Keri Holton

September 17, 2020

Tommy was such a great man He was a good friend to my husband and was always right there to lend an ear. He is definitely missed

Sherry Norton

September 16, 2020

My deepest condolences to Karen and the rest of the family. You will forever be in my prayers. It was so nice for Adaline to know her great grandfather.

Adaline & Sherry

Rhonda and Carl Oakes

September 16, 2020

Thinking of you all today as you gather to remember Tommie, wish we could be with you. Carl has the best stories growing up about Tommie and Dwayne, their house is such a big part of his earliest memories. His first best friends. We hope that the memoires you share ease your pain and bring love and laughter to your hearts. Love, Carl, Rhonda and Cassie

Jessica Polk

September 15, 2020

I met Tommy, Karen, Amanda and Gabe a little over 25 years ago, when you opened your home to me and allowed me to stay with you for the remainder of my exchange year. I’ve never forgotten your generosity, the many laughs, the trips we took, and the happy memories you made possible. Tommy is gone way too soon. My heart breaks for the whole family for this tremendous loss. I love you guys. Jess

Donna Seamans

September 15, 2020

Dear Karen & family,
I am so saddened to have heard of Tommy's passing . He will be so missed by many. He was a great guy who loved to have fun. When I lived in Florida back in the day he was so good to me and showed me soooooo many sites. He was such a kind soul. I'm sending you all my much love and lots of hugs and prayers to you and the family. Love you, Donna and Roger Seamans

Debra Blackburn

September 15, 2020

My thoughts and prayers are with you Karen and your family.
Was such a pleasure to know you both.
Love you and miss you

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY

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