Sallie Ann Armstrong, 66, was born in Baltimore, Maryland on April 6, 1956 to the late Donald Johnson and Maggie Johnson. Sallie peacefully departed this earthly life on Saturday, September 10, 2022 at Morrison Manor Hospice in Laurinburg, North Carolina. Sallie received her early education in the public schools of Baltimore, Maryland and later moved to Dillon, South Carolina where she graduated from Marion High School with the class of 1974. With the union of Sallie and Ronald “Neckbone” McRae, three children were born: Shenika, Michelle, and Adonis. At an early age, Sallie became a member of New Holly Methodist Church in Dillon, South Carolina. Following her move to Laurinburg, she became an active and devoted member of Faith Joy Outreach Ministry under the divine leadership of Apostle John Davis. She was a loyal and faithful volunteer with Church Community Services. She unselfishly volunteered her time and dedicated service to this community center until she became ill. Sallie was a mother, grandmother, sister, aunt, cousin, friend, listener, prayer warrior, believer, and a Godly woman. She loved the Lord, she loved her family, adored her grandchildren, and she loved helping people. Sallie was a wonderful cook, and she took much pride in her cooking. You would never be cold, hungry or have no place to go if Sallie had anything to do with it. She would feed you, give you a place to sleep then talk to you without even giving you a chance to utter a word. Sallie loved to talk and could make friends anywhere. Sallie never met a stranger. She was such a strong, independent woman. She was prideful and would never ask anyone for help. She would find a way to get it done herself. Sallie was truly a gem who was loved and treasured by many. She would give you her last just to make sure everyone was okay. Sallie was one of a kind and did not mind telling you what was on her mind, no matter how it made you feel. She would tell you exactly how she felt in the most offensive, yet loving way. Sallie blessed the lives of countless individuals. She will be missed immensely. She was preceded in death by her husband, Kevin “Coach” Armstrong, her parents Donald Johnson and Maggie Johnson; her brothers: Jerry Alford, Johnnie Alford, Tommy Alford, Billy Johnson, Donald “Dree” Johnson, and Theodore “Teddy” Alford; her sister, Betty Graves; and grandson, Jhacere Caple. Sallie leaves to cherish her memory; Two daughters, Shenika (Anthony) Mitchell of Raeford, NC; Michelle (J.R.) Gaskin of Lexington Park, MD; One son, Adonis (Tonya) Johnson of Lumberton, NC; Two brother, John L. Alford (Sarah) of Myrtle Beach, SC; and Bobby Johnson of Columbia, SC; Two sisters, Margaret Alford of Baltimore, MD; Jean Dennis and a very special brother in-law, James Dennis of Florence, SC; Father-in-law, William “Blue” Armstrong, Mother-in-law, Clara Armstrong; One sister-in- law, Lisa Love; One brother-in-law, Eric Armstrong; Twelve grandchildren, Six great grandchildren, and a hosts of nieces, nephews, cousins, other relatives and friends. The family will receive family and friends at 608 W Hudson Street, Dillon, SC 29536. Please continue to remember the Armstrong Family in your prayers.