This news brought tears to my eyes. Mycell was my neighbor when I first
moved to Tally and had become my friend. We recently talked just last week.
I'm aware of her medical problems, but know she was embarking on a new life
as a retired government employee.
I'll miss her cheerful outlook and strong faith in God.
This Bible verse always comes to mind when I hear of the passing of a
John 14:2King James Version (KJV)
In my Father's house are many mansions: if it were not so, I would have
told you. I go to prepare a place for you.
I know Mycell is enjoying her heavenly mansion now. May the Lord be with
Mycell's family as they suffer the grief of her loss.
From: tabi-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:tabi-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf
Of Sila Miller
Sent: Saturday, July 16, 2016 2:19 PM
Subject: [tabi] Mycell Hyatt-Armington
There is simply not a good way to relay such sad and surprising news.
Sometime either Thursday evening or Friday morning, Mycell Hyatt Armington
(MIKIE) passed away at home.
Mycell had battled illness (she'd recently suffered no less than 4 strokes)
but was feeling better and stronger and had a good outlook. I know of few
others with the strength of faith as Mycell had.
She leaves behind 4 children and numerous grandchildren. She'd recently
retired following an almost 40-year career with the Social Security
Administration. Mikie graduated in 1974 and attended FSB from 1963 - 1974.
She was involved with prison ministry and loved sharing God's word and love.
She orchestrated a tandem bike rally for several years, sang in her church
choir, and no telling what other good works that I'm not aware of. I shall
miss this strong, sometimes willful woman whom I was proud to call Friend.
God bless her family, friends and those whose lives she touched for the
I am unaware of arrangements at this time and will soon be out of town
attending the FSB Alumni Reunion. If I learn of times and datesbefore I
leave, I will share.
Be at peace, Mycell, safe in your Father's arms!