Bromley Lloyd Armstrong

2/9/1926 - 8/17/2018

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Posted by Mr Trevor B. Lewis | 9/2/2018

Dear Family,

He has faught the fight
He has run the race and kept the faith
And now he has gone to heaven to receive his crown of righteousness.

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Posted by Becky Albino | 8/29/2018

Dear Marlene and family,

I worked with Bromley at the OLRB and please accept my deepest condolences to the whole family.

Goodbye to the man with great wisdom and I will forever be grateful with his genuine kindness.
You finished well and rest in peace.

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Posted by Carletta and Karina Davis | 8/29/2018

We are deeply saddened on the passing of a beautiful and lovely caring person Bromley Armstrong. He was a tower of strength to so many in Toronto, and a shining example of how people should be treated.
Brom and Marlene was very kind and generous to our family. He has led a long life, and will be sadly missed.

Marlene and Lana have been stalwarts with his care and support.. May he Rest in Peace eternally, as God was ready to have him come home Special Blessings and Prayers to the entire family.

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Posted by William Jackson | 8/28/2018

I knew and worked with Bromley at both the OHRC and the OLRB. He was a credit to both institutions. The thing I admired most was his sense of humour. He was able to lighten the mood of any tense situation., and what he said was always funny and relevant. His interventions were the basis of many agreements. My sincere condolences to the family, we have truly lost one of the greats.

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Posted by Claude Bowen | 8/27/2018

My sincere condolences to Bromley's family. I met him in the early 70's shortly after I came to Toronto. He was instrumental in helping me get settled and finding a job. He certainly was a stalwart in the Jamaican-Canadian community and will be sorely missed.

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Posted by Shaw Natalie | 8/27/2018

So sorry for your loss Aunt Marlene. May you find comfort in knowing he lived well and will be remembered for all his accomplishments. You are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time. May he Rest In Peace
Much love,
Natalie, Dean & Family





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Posted by Kate & Bruce Cherrett | 8/26/2018

We are so sorry for your loss Marlene, condolences to all.. Bromley will be missed by many.

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Posted by Loris Thomas | 8/26/2018

My condolences to Mrs. Marlene Armstrong and family. Bromley will be greatly missed. His great work lives on in our hearts and in the community. Rest in Peace Bromley Lloyd Armstrong.

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Posted by Catherine Green | 8/26/2018

Dear Anita

I had many cases in front of your father at the OLRB and he was always so fair and kind. I remember him well. You too have always been a champion for your patients and Ontario nurses. You have blazed your own path. Thank you Mr Armstrong and thank you Anita.

You and your family are in my prayers.

Catherine Green

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Posted by Rhonda Major | 8/25/2018

Dear Lana,
It's been a few decades however, I remember your Dad very clearly. He was tremendously funny and always treated us like little adults, even when we were only 5 years old. It was clear even at that young age that your Father was an extraordinary man with a great deal of respect for people. You and your Mom are in my thoughts. Wishing you all the love and support at this time.

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