Armstead, Maurice Fabian (Jasper)

Thursday, June 17, 2021
Maurice Armstead
Maurice Armstead

Maurice Fabian Armstead, 37, of Jasper, left this earth on June 12, 2021.

Maurice was born on March 21, 1984, in Thomaston, Ga. He was employed by K&K Waste Disposal. Maurice was preceded in death by his adopted father, Larry Armstead, and his son, Bradley David Kimball.

He leaves to cherish his memories his wife, Tabitha Armstead; children Elsa Renesmee Kimball-Armstead, Tristen Axel Kimball-Armstead and Nycolas Fuller, all of Jasper; his mother, Karen Kimball Smith of Arkansas; brothers and sisters, Dominic Armstead, Gregory Armstead, Daquan Armstead, Alfred Armstead, Al Dente Armstead, Cordero Armstead, Chris Armstead, Jerry Armstead, Dillon Corson, Stephen (Kali) Corson, Kyle (Brittney) Corson, Michalla Corson and Shamieka Goodall; a host of aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and friends. 

Visitation and his celebration of life will be announced soon.

Share memories, photos and leave condolences at www.jaspermemorialfuneralhome.com.

Arrangements are by Jasper Memorial Funeral Home, 423 942-7777.


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