ARMSTRONG, Marion Evelyn (nee Coffin) - In loving memory of Marion Evelyn Armstrong (nee Coffin) in her eightieth year. Has Gone Home! on Wednesday, July 19, 2006. Beloved wife of Charles Norman Armstrong (predeceased 1972). Predeceased by mother and father Ernie and Annie Coffin. Loving mother of Alvin Armstrong (Wendy) of Gatineau and Marilyn Myre (Raymond O'Brien) (both predeceased). Dear sister to Ida, Leonard, Sonny, Isaac, Francis, Walter, Art and Bill (all predeceased). Survived by sisters Doris Franklin (Ross predeceased) of Sudbury and Jean Colbert of Hamilton. Cherished grandmother of Charles Armstrong (Christie) of Sudbury, Christopher Armstrong (Natasha) of Longlac, Robert Armstrong (Laura) of Saskatoon, Lucille Armstrong (Marcel) of Chelmsford, Lee- Anne Palmer of Sudbury, Dee-Anne Myre of Barrie, Kathleen-Marion Myre of Sudbury and Anna-Marie Armstrong-Myre of Sudbury. Sadly missed by Marion's great- grandchildren, Jamie-Lee, Vanessa, Ashley, Aurora, Toni-Lynne, Eric, Chantal, Avery, Jacob, Sarah, Adam-Jacob, Hannah, Corbin, Alyssa and many nieces and nephews. Marion was raised in Foleyet, Ont. She came to Sudbury with her loving husband Charles in 1946. Marion was an active member of the St. James Anglican Church. Known to most by “Akela“ (Marion) shared her outdoors enthusiasm as a Cub Leader and the District Cub Master for 40 some years. She was also the Returning Officer for Elections Ontario, Sudbury East Riding. Marion was an active volunteer, such as heading the drive to collect bedding, clothing and food for flood victims of Foleyet, and many more. She taught Cameo Painting classes for many years at St. Andrew's Place. She also dedicated herself to Telecare Sudbury. She enjoyed camping, fishing, hunting, travelling, craft fairs, and spending time with her family. You will be forever cherished in the hearts of everyone! Resting at the JACKSON AND BARNARD FUNERAL HOME, 233 Larch St., Sudbury. Funeral Service in the R.J. Barnard Chapel Friday, July 21st, 2006 at 3 p.m. Interment in the Park Lawn Cemetery. Donations to the Canadian Diabetic Association or Heart and Stroke Foundation would be appreciated.