Betty Mullin Armstrong

Nov 19 1932
Oct 13 2020
87 Years

Betty Mullin Armstrong, 87, of Pomeroy Heights, died on Tuesday, October 13, 2020.  She was the wife of the late Lowell W. Armstrong, who died in 2002.  Born in Coatesville she was the daughter of the late Chester and Doris Thompson Mullin.

An area resident most of her life she worked as a secretary for the former Lukens Steel Company, Sadsbury Township, and for her husband's contracting business.

She enjoyed shopping, traveling to historic places, reading, and doing crafts.

She is survived by her children, Valerie Armstrong Purcell, and husband, Jim, of Downingtown, and Gregory Armstrong of Coatesville, a sister, Ruth Romig of Narvon, and a brother, Jim Mullin of Lancaster.  She was preceded in death by two brothers, Robert and Chester Jr. Mullin.

Funeral services will be private and at the convenience of the family.

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Funeral services will be private and at the convenience of the family.


I'm sure you don't know me, but I knew your Mom when she lived on Virginia Ave, and was active in Presbyterian Church and Christian Endeavor! I to had red hair she spent a lot of time at my home, although few years my senior. She spent a lot of time with my Mom.. Also watched Lowell play baseball in a church league. My condolences to each of you! May God help you in your grief.

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Elsine, thank you so much for leaving this message. It really means a lot. I think I met you many years ago and I remember your Mom. What a swet lady she was. My mom still kept a bracelet that your mom made for her out of buttons. We hope you are well and thank you again. 

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I remember in our childhood years hanging with Valerie and riding the school bus with Greg.   Those were the good old days.  I pray for comfort and healing for the family and friends.

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Thank you so much Charlotte for the nice message. We hope you are well

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Val, Rich and I are deeply sorry for your loss.  I am sure from having the pleasure of knowing you that your Mom was equally as sweet and beautiful as you are.  You and Jim, as well as your family are in our prayers. 

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Chrissy, thanks so much to you and Rich for the beautiul message.

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Dear Val and Jim-

I am so sorry to hear about your Mom.  Keep the memories close in your heart.

Keeping you in my thoughts and prayers.


Lisa Wilde

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Thank you Lisa. 

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