2007/07/01 at 10:05 am Odette Leclerc: Berlin and Coos County Historical Society Brown Bulletin July 26, 1951 Caption: Meterman Charles Armstrong of the Electrical Meter department is shown here repairing an indicator watt meter. He is a 20-year man; 2010/11/21 at 12:59 pm Sandy Armstrong Silcox: I am so surprised and excited. Charles Armstrong was my Grandfather, or “Grampie”. I knew he worked at Brown Paper Factory and can remember as a child when we would visit the “aroma” of the plant, and the logs in the river. I am now 54 years young and have so many great memories of him and my Grandmother, Marion. I was born in Berlin, NH as were my 3 brothers, our mother was Dawn Armstrong Howland. Later we moved to PA, but still would visit my Grandparents in Berlin. Great memories!! My Grampie taught me to hook my own line, take the fish off, scale, gut, and cook. We all loved camping. My Grandmother would make us hot strawberry milk over the campfire. They both loved to travel and fish. I wish I could have lived in Berlin, and had the joy of spending more time with them. But the times we did go camping, or they visted us were precious. Any more information would be appreciated. Thank you.
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