Brandon was born in Fort Polk Louisiana on November 28, 1983, to Edward and Debra Armstrong. Brandon gave his life to Christ and was baptized on October 31, 1993 by Rev Leroy Burgess of Walnut Grove Baptist Church, Clarksville TN. He re-dedicated his life to Christ on December 11, 2022, at Macedonia Baptist Church, Guthrie KY, Rev. Kenneth Day, Pastor.
Brandon loved Sports and was an advocate fan of those Georgia Bulldogs and the Tennessee Titans.
Brandon transitioned into eternal life at the VA hospital in Nashville Tennessee after 6 years of battling Hodgkin’s and Non-Hodgkin’s Lymphoma Cancer. Brandon was not afraid to meet life head-on. He loved life and lived his life to the fullest. He began his education in Baumholder Germany, being a military brat, he attended many other schools. He was a 2002 graduate of Kenwood High in Clarksville Tennessee. In 2004 he joined the Air Force where he served in Alaska, Idaho, North Carolina, and Virginia. He also was deployed to Guam and served 3 tours in the war in Afghanistan. He was named NCO (Non-Commission Officer) of the year for several years and he achieved the rank of Master Sargeant before he was medically discharged after 15 years of service.
Brandon returned to Clarksville in 2020 and was attending Austin Peay University with the intent to receive his bachelor’s degree in accounting. He was in his 3rd year of study.
He leaves to cherish his memories, his parents Edward and Debra Armstrong, Clarksville TN. Four children, Aaliyah Armstrong, Goldsboro, NC, Amiya Armstrong, Fayetteville NC, Taishawn Armstrong, Clarksville TN, and Tiana Thomas of Atlanta GA. One Sister Shamika Armstrong of Nashville TN. He also leaves to Cherish his memories Sheketa Armstrong, Joy Morgan, and Eli Lyle. Three special cousins, Deanna Phillips, Brandi Davis, and Kingston Davis. Ten Aunts, Ten Uncles, 3 great aunts, one great uncle, and a host of other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in Death by his brother Eddie Alonzo Armstrong, his paternal grandparents, Jackson and Nellie Armstrong, and his maternal grandparents, Willie and Mejester Tanner.