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Dudley Armstrong, Jr.

Mr. Dudley Armstrong, Jr., also knows as "JD" of Greenwood, Florida; went home to be with the Lord on December 14, 2011 at Jackson Hospital.

Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, December 20, 2011 at 1:00 P.M. at New Hope Missionary Baptist Church, with Reverend Darrold Franklin, Reverend Jimmy Pollock, Reverend Fred Rory and Reverend L.V. Farmer, Pastor and officiating.

Interment in the church cemetery.

Vann Funeral Home will be in charge of the service.

Mr. Armstrong will lie in repose at the church from 12:00 P.M. until time of the funeral.

Mr. Armstrong leaves to cherish his memories: A devoted friend and caregiver of 54 years, Mrs. Dollie Hewitt Armstrong of Greenwood, FL; three sons, Wallace L. Armstrong, of Jacob City, FL, Charlie James Armstrong and Dudley Armstrong, III both of Miami, FL; three daughters, Gloria Armstrong Snell of Jacob City, FL, Barbara Armstrong and Twana Armstrong, both of Miami, FL; stepdaughter, Yvonne McLeroy (Ponce) of Greenwood, FL; eight brothers, Willie L. Armstrong and Larry Armstrong, both of Gulfport, MS, Roosevelt Hooker (Rhoda) of Miami, FL, George Newsome of Oakland, CA, Calvin Longino (Carol) of New Hebron, MS, Bobby Barnes (Catherine) of Houston, TX, Jimmie Armstrong of Hattiesburg, MS and Rodney Armstrong of Orlando, FL; nine sisters, Clotiel Longino of Inglewood, CA, Weddie Barnes and Linda Speights, both of Prentiss, MS, Bonnie Leassear (Dennis) and Lisa Armstrong, both of Houston, TX, Doris Daniels and Lildora Whitehead (Cleveland), both of Lithonia, GA, Gloria Faye Sanders of Fayetteville, NC, Patricia Armstrong of Dallas, TX; two brothers-in-law, Roy C. Shivers (Eva) of Greenwood, FL and Willie Shivers (Gloria) of Ft. Pierce, FL, four sisters-in-law, Deanna Gholar of Miami, FL, Martha Pittman (Walter) and Georgia Mae Perry, both of Greenwood, FL and Virginia Paramore of Marianna, FL.

A host of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and many dear friends.

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