William 'Will' Armstrong

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William 'Will' Armstrong

November 16, 1985 - May 12, 2018

Will was born on Nov. 16, 1985 and passed away suddenly on Saturday, May 12, 2018. Will was the son of Jody Sweeney and Dana Armstrong. Will grew up in Lapeer and moved to Traverse City after high school, loved the area and continued to reside.
Will had a passion for helping people, he was the social services assistant at Medilodge of Grand Traverse County. He started out as a certified nurse's aide and transitioned into social services as he was pursuing his passion of helping others.
Will had a large group of friends that became family. Will had an amazing smile that could light up the room; he always knew what to do or say to put a smile on your face. He was a kind, caring, loving, funny and giving person who always made time for others. His hugs, encouraging words and sassy, sarcastic humor will be missed immensely.
Will's hobbies included being with friends, making others laugh, playing Warcraft, kayaking, being outside, super heroes - especially Superman and dancing.
He will be missed dearly by many friends and family members.
Will is survived by his mother, Dana Kellogg; siblings, Brittany Kellogg, Tara Kellogg and Hunter Kitchenmaster; father, Jody Sweeney; nephew, Averee Haywood; grandma, Cathy (Larry) Hartley; grandpa and grandma, Laren (Shari) Armstrong; aunt, Dawn (Tom) Shell; cousin, Scott North; many friends that became family, Candice Dunn, Shelli Luspin, Lauren Whitney, Kimberly Laukhart, Tisha Antoniszczak, Holly Gribble, Amanda Wade, Tabitha Zoulek, Sam Wagner and many others; partner, Shawn Cox; and many loved coworkers from Medilodge of Grand Traverse County and Medilodge of Traverse City.
A memorial service and tree planting will take place Friday, May 25, at 1 p.m., at Medilodge of Grand Traverse County.
We will miss you, forever our Superman.
Published on May 23, 2018
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