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In Memory of

John Edmund Armstrong

John was born in Coventry on 31st March 1951 and passed away suddenly on 26th July 2020. He will be greatly missed by all his friends and family.


John's story

John's funeral is at Canley Crematorium in Coventry, on Tuesday 18th August 2020 at 10.30 am. His family would like to support Warwickshire Air Ambulance, rather than receive floral tributes. All donations greatly appreciated for this invaluable service.

Remembered by Terry Wilson, Wife

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  • Left in loving memory of a dear relative/friend
    Donated by Susan Armstrong
  • In Loving Memory of my darling husband
    Donated by Susan Armstrong
  • John was one of my childhood friends who lived around the corner. We played football and other games. I have lost touch recently but have fond memories. Too young to go. commiserations to Susan and other family members. RIP John.
    Donated by Charlie Satchwell
  • I knew John for near enough 60 years. A good friend who I had great times with and shared many happy memories. . Rest in peace John xx Rob and Jean
    Donated by ROBERT ROWE
  • In memory of a good friend. Love Tez & Sue X
    Donated by Terence Wilson

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