OBITUARY

Steven Scott Armitage

September 24, 1964January 25, 2021

Steven was born September 24, 1964 in Dallas, TX to Cecil and Linda Sue Armitage. He passed away January 25, 2021 at his home in Kaufman, TX.

He is survived by his two children, Hayley Armitage (Lance Forston) of Red Oak, TX and Chase Armitage of Palmer, TX; one grandchild, Hunter Tawney; 2 sisters: Darla Westerman (Boyd) of Kaufman, TX and Tammy Arnold of Kaufman, TX; brother, Jerry (Melinda) Armitage of Seagoville, TX; nephews: Brad Westerman and Cody Armitage; nieces: Nikki Lamphere, Ashley Armitage and Savannah Hayden; great nephews: Landyn Westerman, Trevor Lamphere, and Kellan (Dub) Armitage and great nieces: Everly Hayden and Braelyn Arnold.

He is preceded in death by his parents: Cecil and Linda Sue Armitage.

Steven attended H. Grady Spruce High School. He worked as a mechanic and welder for a trade. He enjoyed dirt bike racing and fishing. He spent many years around the local dirt tracks and was well known in the racing community.

There was nothing he couldn't work on. He loved supporting all his nieces and nephews in anything they did. Especially supporting his great nephews in their dirt track and go cart racing. He was very loved and will be very missed by his family and all that knew him.

Please join us for the Memorial Service in his honor February 28, 2021 from 1:-5:pm at the Warsaw Community Center, 6500 S. FM 148 Kaufman, TX 75142. There will be refreshments served.

Services

28 February

Celebration of Life Memorial Service

1:00 pm - 5:00 pm

 

Memories

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Chase Armitage

February 23, 2021

DAD where do I begin it’s been a month it still don’t feel right i feel empty and lost just know I love you and miss your dearly we’re headed into our first year as a driver racing I hope I make you proud as you did so many time in life from fixing anything I tore up to keep my vehicles running or pointing me in the right direction to get something I miss it all so much go have fun in heaven I’ll see you on the other side

Sandra Blackburn

February 22, 2021

So many memories, where do I start? I love you so much! You loved so many of those youngsters, including my Jeremy. I remember days when you would fix that Chevy S10 that most all of the kids drove. I remember when I moved from Edgewood and you helping me out. I remember bringing you good groceries from LaPradera up in the hospital in Arlington a few years back when we almost lost you, then. I remember so many times I needed this or that fixed and here you came to my rescue. I remember praying with you many times, reassuring you of God's love for you. I remember the I love you's we exchanged throughout your latter years. I miss you, but I know I will see you again in heaven. Rest and enjoy your Lord and Savior Jesus Christ and all your loved ones, Danny Boy, Harold Lee, granny and grandpa, Ricky, Ray, your mom and dad, and others.
Aunt Sandra ❤💔❤

Stephanie Scott

February 12, 2021

Steven I will always love you....

Darla Westerman

January 30, 2021

Darla Westerman

January 30, 2021

Darla Westerman

January 30, 2021

Darla Westerman

January 30, 2021

Darla Westerman

January 30, 2021

Sherry Davis

January 28, 2021

Prayers going up for this family Ive known since I was a kid. It was a blessing to know you friend you will be missed.

Hayley Hayes

January 28, 2021

I will never forget the memories I had with my dad and the love he gave .he will always be my first love the man who gave me life. He is my hero he impacted so many people and I love hearing the stories of my dad. I love you daddy you will be missed by so many I know you made it to
The pearly gates and hugged by Jesus and reunited with nanny and papa 💕 you are now my guardian angel I know I made you proud and I will continue to do that for you I will never forget you daddy I love you so much my rock and I will always be your little girl.
I can see you standing on that mountain
Crossing the river of Jordan to hear the sweet angels song. And that your new life has begun.

FROM THE FAMILY