Jay W. Armstrong, 59, passed away March 4, 2008. Survived by his children, Andrew Armstrong and Laura Armstrong, both of Pueblo; sisters, Nancy (Ross) Johnson of Utah, Lyn (Jay) Mead of Pueblo; brothers, Greg (Diana) Armstrong and Brad Armstrong, both of Pueblo; grandchild, Rylee Armstrong; numerous nieces & nephews. Preceded in death by his parents, John 'Jack' and Margaret Armstrong and sister, Pamela. Jay was born July 3, 1948, in Pueblo. He was a very talented, self-employed commercial artist. He loved riding motorcycles and working on cars. He was a very giving person with a big heart. As per his request, there will be no viewing. Cremation, Montgomery & Steward Crematorium. A private family memorial service will be held at a later date. Online condolences, MontgomerySteward.com

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  1. Hello to Jay’s family,

    You will probably remember me as Cynthia Crum…my brother Curt, and Jay used to play together as little boys…we lived in the log house at 2430 High Street. We all beat a path up and down the alley—barefoot, all the time. Curt and Jay had lots of fun together. We used to all be mean to Donna Scott. When we would hear her practicing the piano we would ring her doorbell and seel if she could come out to play…then run away when she came out. but we had lots of fun times too…playing games together in the warm summer evenings.

    Jay was a good guy…I know he will be sadly missed.

    My condolences to all.

    Cindy Young

  2. My deepest heartfelt sympathies to my precious nephew & niece, Andy & Laura. Please know that we are here for you, you know that you can come to me for anything and I will help you in any way I can. I Love You both so much and I am deeply sorry for all our loss. Your Dad meant a lot to me and I will miss him with all my heart.

  3. To the Children,Grandchildren,Greg & families,I extend my deepest sympathy.You are all in my thoughts & prayers during this difficult time.

  4. At this difficult time, please know your friends are thinking of you and your family.

    Sherri Easton
    Doug Hunter

  5. Sorry to hear about my old friend Jay’s passing. I’ll always remember riding on Jay’s Honda 50 scooter to Heaton Jr. High. We remained friends through high school although we both went separate ways shortly after. My best to his family.

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