Welcome to the
memorial page for
Sidney L. Armour
January 14, 1969
~ November 18, 2021
Sidney Louis Armour, 52 of Long Branch, NJ joined his heavenly family on Thursday, November 18, 2021. God in his precious mercy, dispatched one of his angels to receive the soul of Sidney Louis Armour for his final resting place.
Sidney was born January 14, 1969 in Long Branch, NJ to Barbara and Louis Armour. He lived a good portion of his life in Long Branch with his beloved wife, Alisa Dawn Armour and their three beautiful daughters, Lindsey Talyor Armour, Logan Leslie Armour and Lacie Dalanna Armour.
Sidney attended Star of the Sea Elementary School and Red Bank Catholic High School. Upon graduating from RBC, Sidney attended Syracuse University on a four-year football scholarship.
He was employed with New Jersey Natural Gas Company for 25 plus years, from which he held many positions. In May of this year, Sidney retired as a First Responder.
Sidney loved his family, football team-mates and very close friends. He was a devoted Dallas Cowboys fan, as well as being a coffee, food and cigar connoisseur. He was a member of the Long Branch Elks Lodge #742 and Lamp-Lighters Association with New Jersey Natural Gas. Sidney loved to sit by the ocean, fishing and loved to find a good deal. He was a proprietor of various businesses throughout his life.
Sidney is predeceased by his father, Louis E. Armour.
He leaves to mourn his passing his wife of 27 years, Alisa Dawn Armour, his daughters, Lindsey, Logan and Lacie, his mother, Barbara Ann Armour of Long Branch; sister Michelle Madison of Long Branch; two nephews, Sean and Justin Madison, and a host of other family and friends.
He will be forever missed and never forgotten.
8 thoughts on “Sidney Armour-11-24-2021”
Dawn, my thoughts and prayers are with you and the family. I pray that God keeps you close and provides you care and peace. Bless you.
So sorry for your loss. Rest in Heavenly peace. Sending condolences to you and your family.
The Lynch Family
My thoughts and prayers are with the entire family!
We last saw each other smoking cigars and reminiscing over our younger years playing football. We laugh, argued, and laughed even more. Till we meet again…RIP Big Sid.
FYI: You were right
To Sidney’s Family & Friends,
So sorry for your loss.
Harry & Loretta
REST PEACEFULLY IN GOD’S LOVING ARMS SIDNEY
Sidney you made a lasting impression with me and my family. My Dad who was my biggest fan was your biggest fan too. I had the great privilege of having him come to almost all our football games over the years from freshman to JV to Varsity. He was proud of us all and never stopped bragging on us for as long as he lived. Now is our time to brag on you Big Sid. Thank you for all the great memories. You will be missed.
Miss you already my brother! Only this one time I will say it, Go Cowboys! Jemal
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