Maurice Frederick Armell

Maurice Frederick Armell

Maurice Fredrick Armell

Waltham

                Maurice F. Armell, 90, passed away Friday, April 12, 2024 at his daughter’s home in Waltham, VT.

               He was born August 1, 1933 in Ferrisburgh the son of Archie and Beatrice Mears Armell.  Maurice, known to friends and family as Morris, or simply Moe, was an antique tractor enthusiast, and a life long woodworker.  His first love was always everything farming, but his life’s career was as a carpenter.   He loved to travel and took many memorable trips all over the US and once to Europe with his kids.  

Maurice was married to Arlene Armell in 1953 and together they raised seven children.

Maurice was predeceased by his wife in 2005.  He is survived by his children, four sons Dennis Armell (Nancy) of North Ferrisburg, Gary Armell (Cindy) of Shoreham, Chris Armell (Kim) of Pittsford and Scott Armell (Tina) of Milton.  He also has three daughters, Bonnie Ray of Concord, NC, Rhonda Martell of New Haven and Darcy Tarte (Zeke) of Waltham.  The joy in his life was always his grandchildren of which he had sixteen.   He also leaves two brothers, Clyde (Chyrstal) Armell and Roy Armell.  He was predeceased by 7 siblings.

There will be no services, interment will be at a later date.  

Maurice had recently begun attending Elderly Services in Middlebury.  What an absolute treasure in our community!  If you wish to make a contribution, please consider this worthy organization. To send online condolences to his family please visit www.brownmcclayfuneralhomes.com

0 0 votes
Article Rating
1 Comment
Oldest
Newest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Lee LeBoeuf
19 days ago

To the Armell family,
I was so sorry to read of Maurice’s passing through the Addition Independant. I have fond memories of Maurice working for Norm and I at HJL during his years with us. He was always a hard worker and was very skilled at his trade. He represented HJL in true fashion and was always very considerate of our customers.
I especially have fond memories of Maurice when he worked on my small breakfast addition at my house at 122 Green Street in Vergennes. It was a very cold winter that year. At times, he had to work outside in the cold during the framing phase. He always took it well!
I wish the Armell family my condolences and comfort during your time of healing from your loss.
Best to you all.
Lee LeBoeuf
St. Louis, MO

Brown Mcclay Funeral Homes