Frank Ceglowski Armour

[21 SEP 1930 - C1 - 20547]



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Frank Ceglowski Armour - Nick Negaard - John Sloan
[C-1 Mini - JAN 2018]



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Ceglowski-Armour's and Marcia Cathey
[Carl Cathey Funeral - NOV 2000]



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Quent and Anna Bates - Sietman's - Marlowe Viney and Grandson - George and Patty Page - Charlie Johnson - Frank and Joan Armour [45th Reunion - SEP 2000]



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Joan Ceglowski-Armour - Pat Strati -
Marcia Cathey - Bergen [c1999]



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Page - Armour - Bates
[c1999]



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Sloan - Wheeler's - Page - Bates - Armour -
Newton - Bergen - Dienst [1999]



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Marly Carpenter - Pat Strati - Marcia Cathey -
? - Joan Ceglowski-Armour [c1999]



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Ceglowski-Armour's - Newton's - Lynn - Cathey's - Strati's - Ed Anderson's - Hilbert's -
Masson's - Keegan - Roades' - Stern - ? - Dienst's - Vitty's - Bates' [c1998]



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Ceglowski-Armour - Newton - Stern - Strati - Hilbert - Lynn - Ed Anderson -
Masson - Keegan - ? - Vitty - Dienst - Roades - Bates - Cathey [c1998]



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Ceglowski-Armour's - Rich Miller's - Roades - Rudzki's -
Anita Anderson - Spaulding [JUN 1998]



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Bill Anderson's - Rudzki's - Joan Ceglowski-Armour
[JUN 1998]



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C-1 Firsties - 1st Row: Griggs - Page - Sietman - Hayes - Negaard - Bates - Maurer - 2nd Row: Giza - Murphy - Staudaher - 3rd Row: Fleeger - Isbell - Charlie Johnson - 4th Row: Fred Phillips (CO) - Domeck - Sloan - Samos - 5th Row: Viney - Ceglowski Armour - Passafiume - Humphrey - Lozier - McClelland (Absent: Norvell)



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Frank Ceglowski Armour
[Air Force Trip - 1953]



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Frank Ceglowski Armour and John Passafiume
[1952]



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Strom - G. Brown - Dulk - Armour
[Plebe Hike - 1951]



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2015 AOG Online Register
(Updated JUL 2019)

Francis E. Armour
Cullum No: 20547
Class of: 1955
Born: ND
Appointment:
Branch: SC
History:
20547
Francis Eugene Ceglowski
B-ND:
SC:
Hq1BG 23Inf 57-59 [CR]:
Midwest Relay Ctr 59:
Resd 60 1LT:
MBA RutgersU 65:
IBM 64-Ret 94

Register Glossary


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Joan Alice (Galligan) Armour

(7 November 1935 - 7 June 2019)

Joan Alice Armour NORTH POTOMAC, Md. -Joan Alice Armour passed away in her home on June 7, 2019 while in the arms of her loving husband on their 63rd wedding anniversary.

Joan was born on Nov. 7, 1935 in Haverstraw, N.Y. to James J. Galligan and Eleanor (Reardon) Galligan. She attended St. Peter's Elementary School and Haverstraw High School before beginning her college studies at Ladycliff College in Highland Falls, N.Y., where she earned her Bachelor's Degree in English. While attending Ladycliff, she met the love of her life, Francis Eugene Armour, a West Point Cadet. On June 7, 1956 they married in St. Peter's Church in Haverstraw, N.Y. And began their legacy of lifelong love and devotion.

Joan was the loving mother of Frank J. Armour, his wife, Rose and their family, Sandra J. Perrotta, her husband, Ron and their family, Maryellen Armour, and Sarah A. Armour. She was the loving and devoted grandmother to Stephen C. Perrotta and Jayden F. Armour, several step- grandchildren and great- grandchildren, cousins, nieces, nephews and her warm-hearted caregiver, Guillaine Djofang.

Joan was a previous resident of Red Hook, N.Y. in the Hudson Valley where she volunteered as an activist against Nuclear Power and worked as a Nursery School Teacher. Later in her life, she resided in North Potomac, Md. where she took great pride in working as an office manager at Franklin Montessori School.

Joan's greatest love and passion was her family. She especially enjoyed baking, cooking and decorating. Joan often reminisced about her travels around the world with her husband and the joy it brought her to absorb the various cultures. Joan was a warm woman with a loving heart that will truly be missed by all those who were blessed to know her.

The Daily Freeman
June 11, 2019


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