In loving memory of
Douglass Armes
  • February 10, 1935
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  • January 11, 2019

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Douglass M. Armes, 83, of Ocala, FL passed away January 11, 2019.  Born in Framingham, MA he came to this area 43 years ago.  He was a retired electrician for Florida Power and a member of First United Methodist Church of Ocala.  Doug was a Ham Radio operator (W4LJ) and enjoyed bicycling, white water rafting, hiking and his grand kids.  He is survived by his loving wife of 45 years, Roberta; children, Margaret Armes of Hartford, CT, Rick (Lori) Armes of Texas, Ron (Denise) Armes of Hartford, CT, Lori Armes of Ocala and Fred (Cassie) Armes of Ocala; sister, Phyllis Cram of Dunnellon, FL; grandchildren, Amanda Holbrook, Chad Bouwens, Kenny Armes, Erica Armes, Tiffany Ruffcorn, Megan Armes, C.J. Greenwood, 2 great grandchildren, 2 nephews and 1 niece.  In lieu of flowers the family requests that memorial contributions be made to Hospice of Marion County, Legacy House or the First United Methodist Church of Ocala.  A Celebration of Doug’s Life will be held at First United Methodist Church of Ocala 1126 E. Silver Springs Blvd. on Satureday, Jan. 26th at 11AM.  Arrangements by Baldwin Brothers Funerals & Cremations 11250 SW 93rd Ct. Rd. Ocala, FL 352-236-7813.

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  1. 24 Jan 2019
    Tina Worrell says:
    ..sending my hearthfelt sympathy to Doug's wife, Bert, his family, friends. He was a breath of fresh air, always with a smile and a kind word when seeing him. R.I.P. Doug Armes your kindness, your smile will always be remembered. ..sending prayers to Bert, family, friends for strength during this difficult time.

  2. 24 Jan 2019
    Walter and Iris Edwards says:
    We are saddened by the news of Doug's death. He was such a welcoming presence at the 9:00 worship service, always with that wonderful smile! I remember his going with the caring choir when we sang at nursing homes/assisted living facilities. How he loved the old hymns! Rest in peace, brother.