Remembering Harry Armstrong: Public memorial planned Feb. 15
CLOVIS, Calif. (FOX26) —
It has been nearly three weeks since Harry Armstrong, known by many as "Mr. Clovis", passed away.
He is being remembered with a ceremony that will be open to the public.
Harry died January 18. He served on the Clovis City Council for 46 years and two terms as mayor.
Harry was a driving force in many major projects throughout Clovis, including the building of highways 180 and 168 and Clovis Community Medical Center.
Thursday, February 15 at 11:30 a.m., the public is invited to remember Harry at Clovis Veterans Memorial District across from Clark Intermediate School on Fourth Street.
Following the memorial luncheon, there will be a dedication ceremony to announce that the interchange at Highway 168 and Herndon will be named in Harry's honor.