North Granville, New York – Daniel Todd Armer, 49, passed away on Thursday, Jan. 20, 2022, at Glens Falls Hospital following a brief illness.
Born on May 1, 1972, in Cambridge, New York, he was the son of Clarence and Virginia (Hammond) Armer.
He grew up in Granville and later moved to Hickory, North Carolina, where he met and married Shana Greene and had their son Patrick. Dan later moved back to the Granville area. He was a jack of all trades learning how to build houses with his dad. Dan was very good at roofing and hardwood flooring. He always had a positive attitude and a good sense of humor.
Dan was a huge Jets fan, always believing they would make it to the Super Bowl. It didn’t matter what team you were rooting for, he always had something good to say.
Dan will be remembered for being a loving father, son, brother and friend who was extremely selfless.
He was predeceased by his paternal grandparents Leon and Letha Armer of Truthville and maternal grandparents Willard and Ethel Hammond of Middle Granville, his father, his brother Randy and most recently his sister Robin. Dan is survived by his pride and joy, son Patrick of Sawmills, North Carolina; his mother Virginia (Hammond) Armer of North Granville; his sister Stacie Armer (Bill) of Hickory; brothers Bernard Armer of Hickory, Lewis Armer of North Granville and Joseph Armer (Colleen) of Middle Granville.
Dan had many close friends who will raise a glass and share memories and miss those “Brother man” debates. “A golden heart stopped beating, hardworking hands at rest. God broke our hearts to prove to us He only takes the best.”
Dan’s famous last words “Have a good one” will be greatly missed.
A celebration of Dan’s life will be held in the spring. In lieu of flowers his family and friends would like to start a scholarship. The recipient would be a young individual going to trade school. This is in honor of his dad Clarence Armer and Lee Thomas who worked together and started their own businesses in the trades. It will be the TNA Foundation Scholarship. More details will be available at the time of his Celebration of Life.
Online condolences may be made at robertmkingfuneralhome.com.