CORDLE

Grace Toner Armstrong Cordle, 97, formerly of Alvin, Texas went to be with her Lord and Saviour, September 3, 2021. She was preceded in death by her husband of 45 years, Paul Armstrong, daughter Pamela Suzanne Armstrong and husband Bob Cordle, brother Clifford Toner, Jr and sister Juanita Coplen.

She was born November 29, 1923 in Moonshine Hill, Texas. She was a resident of Alvin, Texas for over 45 years. She graduated from Alvin High School in 1941 after the completion of 11th grade. She attended Houston Business College where she learned bookkeeping and shorthand that served her well throughout her life. She married Paul, her high school sweetheart upon his return from military duty in the Pacific, in February of 1946. They raised their children and a number of foster children and a plethora of farm animals in Alvin before moving on to Utah and Wyoming. They worshipped and served Alvin at South Park Baptist Church and Chocolate Bayou Baptist Mission and the various churches where they lived. She loved to cook, bake and crochet.

Grace is survived in death by her daughter, Kathy Coplen and husband Bobby, sons Robert Armstrong and wife Carolyn, Daniel Armstrong and wife Darla; grandchildren, Becky Fink and husband Dave, Brenda Larson and husband Casey, Charles Armstrong, Shandar Hobbs and husband Travis, Sherrice McIntosh and husband Joshua, and Zachary Armstrong; great grandchildren Erika, Dusty, Tori, Regan, Morgan, Oliver, and Luke; three sisters and numerous family members.

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