Norman ‘Norm’ H. Armour, 90, Vero Beach

Norman “Norm” H. Armour was born in Buenos Aires Argentina, on June 17, 1919 and died at the age of 90, on March 29, 2010 at his home in Vero Beach.

He is survived by his, brother and sister-in-law, Alan and Barbara Armour of Boynton Beach; sister Edna Warren of Las Cruces, N.M.; daughters Laurie and Vicki Armour, and sons, Scot and Norman Armour Jr.

He was a decorated Army Captain during World War II and fought in the first wave of the D-day Invasion on Omaha Beach in Normandy, France.

He successfully founded Armour Exterminating in Palm Beach and later sold the business when he retired to northwestern Montana after spending most of his life in South Florida.

He was an avid sportsman and outdoorsman and especially enjoyed fishing, hunting, and polo amongst other sports. He held several bill fish records from tournaments in Palm Beach.

He will be honored with full Military honors during graveside services to be held in Arlington National Cemetery in June.

Our deepest gratitude is extended to Lynda JoAnne Hall and Hospice for their devotion and excellence in the care taking of Norman Armour.

In lieu of flowers, contributions or gifts in Norman’s memory could be offered to the Boy Scouts of America at He attained Eagle Scout level with troop 577 of Bryn Community Church, Chicago.

Arrangements are under the direction of Strunk Funeral Home, Vero Beach, FL. A guestbook may be signed at www.

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