Jamie Elizabeth Armstrong

August 29, 1959April 11, 2019

Jamie Elizabeth Armstrong born August 29, 1959 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, passed away on April 11, 2019 at the age of 59. Jamie was graduate of Churchill High school Class of 77’ and an alumni of UTSA. For the last 10 years she has been a member of St. Anthony the Great Orthodox Church in San Antonio, Texas.

She was preceded in death by her father, Raymond Armstrong M. D. She is survived by her mother, Joan Bradshaw and husband, John B. Bradshaw; stepmother, Donna Armstrong; siblings, Richard Lewis Armstrong (Stacy), Cathryn Armstrong-Merrill, Scott Armstrong (Mary) and Karin Braun (Yancey) and her numerous nieces and nephews who love her dearly.

Jamie was affectionately known as the fun aunt. She was very loving and caring and always had a zest for life. Jamie had a successful career as an event coordinator and created her own company, San Antonio Events. She enjoyed her fun and festive career, highlighting the San Antonio Experience for many across the country. Through her events and her vibrant personality she brought joy to her clients as well as her friends and family.


  • Prayer Service Tuesday, April 16, 2019
  • Funeral Service Wednesday, April 17, 2019
  • Interment Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Jamie Elizabeth Armstrong

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Melodie Goff

April 22, 2019

I found out tonight about Jamie's passing away. I was shocked and so sad. I wish she was still here and that I could talk to her.

I met Jamie through a support group program. She was always accepting of me, kind and supportive.

A kind, caring person has left this earth, but I think she is now on another plane and at peace.

You will see her again.

Patrick Noble

April 21, 2019

I am so sorry to hear of Jamie's passing. She was such an upbeat and positive person, always looking at the bright side, and always encouraging of her friends and family. You will be dearly missed my friend. Go with God.

Andy Anderson

April 17, 2019


I never could have imagined the emotions flooding me now with your passing. We had grown so close over the years through friendship and relationship. it was unimaginable a day would come in which all of it would abrubtly come to a halt. Really quite without warning, one day we are speaking and planning a lunch, several days later news of your passing. The words are beyond comprehension. I know we are all in must have known that was coming, but I do not think it was your ultimate objective. Perhaps the message to all of us is to hold on tight and cherish what you have in the here and now. From there we reach for the skies...with considerable hope and pray to our dear God that we get to see you soon again

I will always remember you, love you, and miss you, Dear Jamie. Very much so.

All my love, Andy

Michelle Brewer

April 16, 2019

Jamie was one of the first people my husband and I met when we visited Saint Anthony Orthodox Church. Her contagious smile and bubbly personality made her unforgettable, and her vivacity brightened any room she entered. She was always a welcome sight, quick with a bright smile and firm hug. She will be missed; our prayers are with her family and everyone who grieves her loss. May her memory be eternal!

Cheri Alderman

April 16, 2019

Jamie will always carry a special place in my heart! She was so fun, caring, and joyous! We had a great time together sometimes laughing and sometimes crying! She was a real conversationalist who loved debating and meeting new people, especially knowing their stories! She made friends so easily with her contagious smile! She loved her family, and especially loved all her nieces and nephews! She was amazed by her Mom who she called, “my Yoga Queen Mom”! When her Dad passed, she was especially saddened by his passing. She thought the world of him! She talked very fondly of all her siblings and oh how she loved each of you in different ways! Her brother, Father John was a real spiritual giant in her eyes! She loved The Orthodox Church and grew closer to the Lord! I was very proud of Jamie heading off to Costa Rica to help run my daughters Hotel and restaurant! She did it with gusto and she met and made new friends. It was hard work, but she enjoyed the adventure! As usual, everywhere she went she made friends. She leaves behind so many who loved her and will miss her! Rest In Peace my dear friend, and as you are set free from this life, remember to dance, dance, dance, with our Heavenly Father! See you in the next life!

Rene Burchard Sandifer

April 15, 2019

I am so saddened by the news of Jamie’s passing. I will always remember her fun, vivacious personality and contagious smile. Of course I always admired her incredible talent in cheerleading with seemingly boundless energy while she performed jumps and flips entertaining us all to no end.

I am praying for you all to sense the Lord’s nearness as He walks you through this dark valley of grief. Grateful she knew Jesus and is experiencing the fullness of His love. Cathy, I’m especially thinking of you. I am so very sorry.

Marci Lochte Aune

April 15, 2019

There are no words. My dear Cathy and family I am so very sorry for your loss. I ask God to wrap His arms around you and help carry you through this difficult time. I know your precious Jamie is now Resting in Peace in Our Saviors loving arms. May memories of all the wonderful times spent together and her beautiful smile help keep her in your heart until you are all reunited one day in paradise. Angels Watch and God Bless. Sending all our love and lifting you all up in prayer.

Melanie Kenworthey

April 15, 2019

There simply are not enough words to express the love and special place in my heart Jamie will always hold. So many fun cheerleading memories with Jamie as well as a dear, dear friend. My love and prayers are with Ricky, Cathy and their respective families. We know Jamie is as peace now. Much love, Rick Kenworthey and Melanie Eastman Kenworthey

Allison Hodo Clements

April 14, 2019

I am praying for Jamie’s family and remember her as always kind and encouraging to me at Churchill.

Sheila Cunningham

April 14, 2019

I’m so sad to hear this news. Cathy and I were best friends in 6th grade, and living next door to your family was one the most wonderful memories of my childhood. Many sleepovers, hanging around the neighborhood, and fun times with Jamie and Cathy. My prayers are with Cathy and the entire family. Rest In Peace, Jamie. 💜