Date of Death: April 23, 2024

Service Details

Visitation will be held Saturday, May 4, 2024 at 11:30 a.m. at Moorepark Community Church, 55701 Wilbur Rd., Three Rivers. His Celebration of Life will follow at 12:30 p.m. at the church with Pastors Bud Granger and Joshua Smith officiating.

Obituary Notice

Robert (lil Bob) Allen Armstrong Jr., age 31, of Three Rivers, Michigan, passed away peacefully at Bronson Methodist Hospital, Tuesday, April 23, 2024.

He was born May 9, 1992 in Sturgis, MI. to Robert Sr. and Ronda (Forsyth) Armstrong.

He is preceded in death by mother, Ronda Armstrong; paternal grandparents, Joseph and Melva Armstrong; maternal grandfather, Marvin Forsyth; paternal aunt, Janice Armstrong; paternal uncle, Jack Armstrong; maternal aunt, Cindy (Forsyth) Chapman.

He is survived by Carli Armstrong (his wife of 10 years and love of his life for 20) and their four beautiful children Christian, Adah, Shamir, and Storm Armstrong; his father, Robert Armstrong Sr. (Kathy Sanders); father- and mother-in-law, Brian and Annette Kelley; father-in-law, Steven Smith; maternal grandmother, Mildred Forsyth; sisters, Lisa Hammond, April Armstrong, Kyle and Shasta (Armstrong) Sluis; brothers- and sisters-in-law, Matt Kunz, Levi (Harmony) Inman, Brian and Jessica (Kelley) Kash, Keagan Kelley, Chad and Arthur Fenwick; aunts and uncles, Mitch Chapman (Cindy), Randy and Dawn Forsyth, Mark and Wanda (Forsyth) Howlett, Todd and Connie (Armstrong) Porath, Merri Kristy (Armstrong) Johnson, Kay Armstrong (Jack), Ronald and Kathy Armstrong; nieces and nephews, Kyle Muntian, Tau Lovick, Chad Fenwick Jr., Ash Inman, Colton Kash, Cheyenne (Preston) Walker, Ariana Armstrong, Leilani Kunz, MaryJane Muntian, Toni Jackson, Chance Jackson, Elikxandria Preston, Charity Fenwick, Nova Sluis; great-nieces and -nephew, Nova Walker, Kynsleigh Rozner, Westyn Gross and more on the way; cousin, Nathan (Cassandra) Armstrong whom he loved as a brother; many cousins and friends that he loved so much. If he knew you, he loved you.

Bobby was a 2011 graduate of White Pigeon High School. He was a kind and thoughtful soul who loved the Lord. He will be missed dearly and remembered by the many lives he touched, including his church family and the youth group at Moorepark Community Church.

He enjoyed studying the Bible, being surrounded by family and friends, playing his many instruments, board games, hunting, fishing, camping and road trips with his family. He was also a black belt in tae kwon do. Bobby, everyone you left behind in this world grieves that you are gone, but we know you are rejoicing with God. We will always miss you, “See ya later.”

Additional Information

In lieu of flowers, donations in Bobby’s memory may be directed to his family in care of Carli Armstrong, or to the Moorepark Community Church youth group.

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  1. R.i.p uncle booby, even though you’re more of a father figure to me during my younger years than anyone else was. So it hit me pretty hard. I love you still and I treat it as if you’re still around because in spirit you are to me. Thanks for everything you’ve ever done for me. I appreciate it all and I’ll continue with the wisdom and happy memories till I’m up there with you. You were a great father and great uncle and you never disappointed. It almost seems impossible that someone like you existed so I’m glad I got to have you as an uncle than anyone else. Fly high.

  2. Not only have I learned so much from Bobby. I’ve watched him celebrate his graduation to witnessing him marry his best friend the love of his life. I’ve got to watch this kid become a good man that loved so deeply and cared so much for every person he met through his life. Like Nathan said “little brother” he became an “Uncle” to Zane, creating such great memories we will forever cherish. I’ve seen Bobby minister at his church finding his place. I’ve listened to him play that Banjo and Guitar. I’ve been so impressed that he could beat box and use an actual zipper from his leather coat to make a good beat. I’ve watched him and Carli become parents and learn so much and we shared so many great times together making those memories, watching our children grow up together. I promise this will never change.
    I sit here today so thankful that I knew him in this way. We lost a beautiful soul this week. I’m so sorry this happened Carli.
    I will always be there for your family Robert Allen !

    John 3:16
    For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

  3. Bobby,
    You were always great to be around. You were a positive person no matter the situation and the world is truly worse off without you. You will be remembered always and missed greatly.

  4. Bobby was a kind and thoughtful young man. Bobby went to school with our Son Dylan Poley and they were best friends, I enjoyed seeing him at school events, he always had a smile on his face and always said Hi. Bobby, you left good memories with your friends and others. you will be missed.

  5. Your time was too short. But in that time, you impacted many. I was always impressed by your maturity, compassion, and sense of humor. Your family was always your priority, and I respected that. You will be missed. Until we meet again Bobby Bouche

  6. Baby cousin 😭😭😭💔💔 this isn’t fair & I’m so broken. We have shared SO many memories, too many to count honestly. From summers spent living with you, Kendallville, tae-kwon-do tournaments, camping on the river and so many more. 🙁 I can’t accept you’re gone.

    I remember the one time we thought it would be a good idea to hook a barrel up to your red 4-wheeler and flip each other out of it 😂🥺 turns out, I’m a better driver than you 😆 I’m gonna miss your sweet smile and way about making us always laugh. You were our baby cousin, the last of our crew. I’ll forever cherish you and i promise to keep your memory alive!!

  7. I’ve known Bobby for about 30 years. We both worked at Pfizer. I would run into him almost every morning we said our good mornings and always had conversations about our families. Though we weren’t really close, I will miss him dearly. I know he was a man after Gods own heart which makes me happy knowing that he is with Jesus. My prayers go out to all the friends and family of this great man. We will meet again my friend and we will hang out at the Holy Gates and marvel at the beauty of Gods kingdom.

  8. Bobby was an amazing human being. He was always kind and caring. He loved his family dearly. You will be missed by all who knew you. We will all see you again in Heaven one day.

  9. A man with more personality in his beard than most people had in their hearts. You’ll be missed man.

    I’m thankful for our brief connection on our path through life brother.

    Your spot is saved in my heart for the remainder of my journey.

  10. Bobby was an incredible person. The love he shared with Carli was so beautiful. He also was such a good father. He loved the Lord with all his heart! You will be greatly missed!

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