In Loving Memory of Charlene Armour

July 17, 1962
Bridgeport, CT
July 11, 2020
Bridgeport, CT
Funeral Home

Spear-Miller Funeral Home

39 South Benson Road,
Fairfield CT US 06824

Service

Services Celebrating Charlene's Life to be Announced

Cemetery

Family Gathering

Charity

Ashley's College Fund

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Charlene Armour

Charlene A. Armour, age 57 passed away peacefully on July 11th, 2020 with her daughter and husband by her bedside. Born on July 17th, 1962 in Bridgeport to the late Charles and Lucy Izzo, Charlene was the older of 1 other sibling. She graduated from Trumbull High, and then went on to grow a family permanently in Bridgeport. Married to Thomas Armour, they shared one child, Ashley Armour.
Charlene was a devoted Christian. As a very active member of the North Park Baptist Church, Charlene consistently professed her love for the Lord. Being a saved Christian, Charlene found importance in raising her daughter Ashley in the congregation.
Charlene was a great Mom. Acting as PTSO president for many years at High Horizons magnet school, she quickly formed many relationships that would lead her to her great reputation. One of those relationships, consisted of four women on the PTSO board, and they were later called the “core four”. Throughout Charlene’s years as president, she fought seriously for her daughter and the other students, ensuring that they had the best care the school system had ever provided.
After many years as a stay at home mom, Charlene went on to receive a job as a business clerical on Bridgeport Hospitals psych ward, better known as “Rich 8”. Char took serious pride in her job, not only in helping families, but recognizing staff through the gifting of her specialty breads.
When her job at Bridgeport was cut short by cancer, she later found similar joy in volunteering at the Smilow cancer center.
Charlene, with everything she valued, was a wonderful wife, mother, sister, and friend. She is now survived by her husband Tom and daughter Ashley, a sister Anne Marie and her husband James Faggella; A mother-in-law Nancy Armour; A sister in-law Linda and her husband Thomas Tighe, her loving niece Shannon, and her adored nephews Brian and wife Emily, Nathan, and Sean.
In lieu of flowers, we will be accepting donations to Ashley’s college fund. The link to this donation website can be found below.
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A memorial service will be planned in the future to celebrate Charlene’s life.

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20 Guestbook Entries for Charlene Armour

  1. I will miss you with every breath I take. I hope you are at peace and no longer suffering. I can’t believe you’re gone. I hope you found Mom 😂 and Dad. I Love you Charlene and I will never forget you. Rest in peace sister and enjoy your eternal life ❣️💝💕💝💕

  2. I am so sorry to hear of Charlene’s illness and passing. I met her in THS. I was one year ahead of her.
    May she rest in heavenly peace.
    Edie

  3. I love you Charlene. My sons and I, will miss you very, very, very much. For the countless hours of child care that you provided for my sons Taejon, Blayne and Japheth, which included not only the weekly nursery care at church but also the daily care when my husband and I were at work, i am truly forever grateful. You did this faithfully and lovingly for so many years and my children and I hold those periods near and dear to our hearts and we will never forget it. My sons saw your home as a home, away from home. It is truly difficult to believe you are gone but I am rejoicing within my heart that you gone to your eternal home in the bosom of the Almighty God and in the presence of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

  4. Our deepest sympathy to Tom, Ashley and all of Char’s family. She was a dear friend to us for a long time, and we will greatly miss her. We know she is in Heaven, and God will take great care of her until we see her again.

  5. Dear Ash & Tom;
    Dont know if you remember us. Johnny played the trumpet at church and bass guitar. We have been following the prayer request and praying for Char and you. We were in Florida since last October but are here in Ct. for summer . We are so sorry for your loss and ours, we remember Char vividly, she was a joy in our church. But now she is with our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Now its only until we are with her again, forever in eternity.
    Love in Christ
    Lou and John Delmonaco

  6. Char you will be greatly missed from your friends up the hill. You were a great wife and mother. And, a very loving friend.. we had some memorable times in and out of church. You raised a beautiful daughter. So mature and spiritual. You will always be in our ♥️

  7. My deepest sympathy goes out to Tommy and Ashley. Charlene and I lost contact with each other. But I always thought of us as friend. From having dinner with her parents and bowling with Tommy and her and his friends. You will be missed .

  8. To my beloved friend Charlene for all the years of your friendship, kindness, prayers, and love…you will never be forgotten. You live in my heart now, and always will. You are in God’s presence now in unimaginable beauty! Until we meet again. Love, your friend Chris Abramson

  9. Tom and Ashley, so sorry for your loss. I worked with Charlene decades ago at lord and Taylor. I loved working with her, she was a delight to be around. God bless you and your family with wonderful memories of her life to ease the burden of your pain.

  10. To Annie and the Armour Family, so very sorry to learn of Charlene’s passing. I have been praying for her since hearing from Julie A. of her illness. I will always remember our fun memories from dance. May God bless you all 🙏. Aileen

  11. To Tommy, Ashley & Anne Marie, Charlene will be missed. I remember her as always laughing and being a friend. I met her many years ago when we worked together. We went bowling together, had dinners and hung out. We lost touch over the years but I often thought of her. To her family, you are all in my prayers.

  12. Tom & Ashley, we are sending you our deepest condolences. Charlene was a wonderful person! Very kind and always thinking of others! Look for her spiritual signs for she will be sending you many! With deepest sympathy, Renee & Brian Walker

  13. Not sure if my condolence message was sent properly yesterday, but regardless my thoughts and prayers go out to you,Tom and Ashley. I received a call Monday and was shocked and saddened to hear of Charlene’s passing. Get in touch; let me know if there is anything I can do. May God ease your pain, old friend.

  14. So sorry for your loss. We will miss you Charlene. You always had a great sense of humor. I pray your family finds solace in knowing you are at peace. Love you. Portia

  15. Charlene gifted me with her kindness and warm conversations while I was a patient at Smilow Cancer Center in Trumbull. Her smile eased my nervousness many times while I sat receiving chemotherapy. On one particular day, she shared some of the difficult experiences she had endured in her past cancer treatment days prior to volunteering at Smilow. Her words gave me strength and the sudden realization that I wasn’t alone; luckily for me others like Charlene understood what it meant to travel the winding, complicated journey of a cancer patient.