May 03, 1926Feb 18, 2017
Discovery United Methodist Church
Sat, May 06, 2017
11 : 00 AM – 12 : 00 AM
ARMSTRONG, Roberta, 90, of Glen Allen, passed away peacefully on Saturday, February 18, 2017. She was preceded in death by her parents, William and Beatrice Wilkerson; brother, William Wilkerson; and two sons, Timothy and Mark Armstrong. She leaves to cherish her memory, her two daughters, Janice Hill and Sandy Butler; grandchildren, Bradley, Tyler, Eric, Claire and Timothy; great-grandchildren, Layla and Tyree; the entire Hagerty clan; Blueberry, her parrot; and a host of friends that will all miss her cheerful spirit dearly. Roberta touched the lives of everyone who was lucky enough to know her. She retired after more than 20 years of service to the National Institute of Health, and was very active at Discovery United Methodist Church. A memorial service will be held at 11am on Saturday, May 6 at Discovery United Methodist Church.
Roberta was a true Lady in every sense of the word. Roberta was gracious, loving and caring towards all, anyone that knew her was blessed. She will be missed by many both friends and family, she touched so many lives. Rest in peace sweet Lady, I hope I see you again some day.
My dear Mother. We have been a team,Frick and frack she would say. You brought love, lafter, your kindness and spirtualliy into everything you did and spread your sunshine to everyone you met. You were a gracious and beautiful person. What am I going to do without you? I will model my faith in God after your example. I am great full you are with the Lord and suffering no more.With love and admiration for our lives together.
Aunt Bobbsie…..hmmm never knew how that name came about considering she was not my aunt. :)) However, that never stopped the love we shared as family in reunions etc. Always smiling and laughing so fun to be around. Raised you girls as caring and loving daughters who special in their own right. Our God is the the great healer of sadness and I know in time will heal. Until our reunion in heaven, may our memories be as the sun rises in the morning, bright and beautiful. John Jr. & Marie Hegarty
Loving Daughter lit a candle for Roberta Armstrong
Janice added 2 photos
I have been thinking about Mrs. Armstrong for several years. I just found out about her transition to rest in the arms of our precious savior. We were neighbors in Gaithersburg, Maryland. We went to many places in the community, had so much fun and got into a lot of “good trouble” together. She was a dear and confidential friend to myself and my son. She had two wonderful daughters and a sin whom she dearly loved. She was especially proud of her grandsons and always bragged on them.