As the day draws closer to the end than when it began, the Majestic Family joins with loving arms wrapped around the relatives of Mrs. Mary Louise Armstrong as we embark on the “Last Mile” on this side of the Jordan with her. Mrs. Armstrong got her ticket and stepped on that Glory Train Sunday, December 16, 2018 at New Hanover Regional Medical Center in Wilmington, NC.
Services to reflect on “The Dash” of Mrs. Armstrong's life which was from her time of birth until the moment she entered into everlasting rest are finalized by her cherished family. This coming Friday evening, between the hours of 4pm and 7pm, tender moments of reflection will take place in the main chapel on the campus of Majestic Funeral Home 114 S. Pine St., Elizabethtown. While there, relatives and friends can unite in love and support for each other as they prepare to say “farewell." On Saturday afternoon commencing at 1pm there will be a Triumphant Legacy Celebration at Kitchen Branch Missionary Baptist Church in Council, NC. Following the services in the House of God, Mrs. Armstrongs' delicate temple along with her adored family will be escorted to her earthly resting place in the Carvers Creek AME Zion Church Cemetery.
Mrs. Louise was so much to so many and it will be difficult with her no longer being with us on this side. However, those who loved her can find solace knowing she is now strolling the streets paved with pure gold free from all of life’s fitful fevers. There, she’s sitting at the Welcome Table feasting on milk and honey while enjoying being in the presence of her Heavenly Father.
Louise leaves to cherish her loving memories: a loving and dedicated husband of 52 years: Leo Armstrong; one son: Kenneth (Bonnie) Armstrong of Council, NC; two daughters: Nyoka (Aaron) Everett Sr. of Delco, North Carolina and Diane (Jeff) Armstrong-Dean of Durham NC; four sisters: Teshie Hicks of Cleveland, Ohio, Gertrude (Bobby) Spann, Barbara Harvey of Durham, NC and Judy (Donnell) Hatcher of Council, NC; one brother: Luby (Denise) Harvey of Council, NC; one brother-in-law: Cleo (Thelma) Jones of Philadelphia, PA; one uncle: Garfield Mckoy; two aunts: Eunice Mckoy and Dwella Evans of Baltimore, MD; six grandchildren: Lashonda Armstrong, Aaron Everett Jr, Zachary Everett, Kennethia Armstrong, Blake Armstrong-Dean and Kenneth Armstrong II; great grands: Quadir Brown and Kyrie Rogers; three special sons: Eric Harvey, Elemit Morris and Terence Lloyd. She had some great friends: Eve and George Carroll, Doris and Benny Harvey and host of nieces and nephews, other relatives and friends.
The family is receiving visitors at the residence located at 2367 Baltimore Rd., Council, NC where they will also assemble in preparation for the Prestigious Majestic Ebony Motorcade.
The Compassionate Professionals of Majestic Funeral Homes are working around the clock to provide the Armstrong and connected families with uncompromising dignity during this difficult moment in life.