• Meet Danny Armstrong – Who Is He?

    Danny as you will find him quite often, a Texas kind of guy doing Texas kinds of things.

    Danny as you will find him quite often, a Texas kind of guy doing Texas kinds of things.

    Danny Armstrong, you’ve heard the name for years, right? And if you haven’t heard the name, you’ve definitely heard the voice since Danny seems to be the premier announcer for Central Texas rodeos, tractor pulls, and, of course, he is the voice of Comanche, Texas sporting events on KCOM/KYOX Radio. Recently, Danny even lent his voice to his first camp drafting event: an Australian sorting competition.

    “I had to learn a whole new vocabulary for that one. For instance, when a contestant gets a no time, the arena judge cracks a bull whip. Thus….you have been cracked out!” the A&M grad laughed as he told me the story.

    What most people may not know about Danny Armstrong is that he considers his voice his hobby, weekend fun, so to speak. However, he is dead serious about his day job, real estate and investments, and Monday through Friday you’ll find him at Armstrong Financial and Real Estate, located at 300 North Austin Street in Comanche, Texas

    It wasn’t a straight road, however, that brought Danny into the building that once housed the Banner Creamery…not by a long shot.

    “I went to A&M planning to become an accountant, but I quickly saw that was way too boring for me so I moved over into Ag economics, and I eventually received a BS in that field. This took me into the banking business where I worked for twelve years in real estate lending. Obviously, this is what eventually led me into the real estate business and gave me my foundation in that industry.

    “After I left the banking world, I began my journey into the financial advisory business by conducting personal financial planning seminars at various Texas universities. These were attended by people from all walks of life. I did this for three years, all the while gaining a wide background in all types of estate planning, retirement consultation, and various exotic investments.DANNY ARMSTRONG

    “Three years later I was ready to establish my own real estate/financial planning business in my hometown of Comanche, Texas, using the skills I had gained from all of these experiences as well as my licenses: real estate broker, financial advisor, stock broker, life insurance, health insurance.”

    And although he didn’t go into the fact during our interview, I happen to know that Danny has served on a multitude of civic boards throughout the years that I have known him. Today, he sits on boards for the Center For Life Resources (MHMR) and the Comanche Housing Authority.

    And that, ladies and gentlemen, pretty much sums up the man you will meet upon entering Armstrong Financial and Real Estate, 300 North Austin, Comanche, Texas and one of our newest clients here on Texansunited.com. Be watching for more from this Central Texas business in the very near future. He’ll be in the Central Texas Finds section right here on Texansunited.com!

    Interested in speaking directly to Danny about your specific real estate or financial needs? Give him a call at 325-356-1211. He’ll be glad to personally take your call!


    Danny Armstrong is a Registered Representative of IMS Securities, Inc.(IMS), Member FINRA/SIPC (www.finra.org and www.sipc.com) and an Investment Advisor Representative of IMS Financial Advisors, Inc.(IMSFA), a Registered Investment Advisor located 10205 Westheimer Rd,. Suite 500, Houston, TX 77042 (713) 266-2993 email: darmstrong@ims-securities.com.  All information herein has been prepared solely for informational purposes, and it is not an offer to buy or sell, or a solicitation of an offer to buy or sell any security or instrument or to participate in any particular trading strategy. Danny Armstrong, Armstrong Financial, IMS, and IMSFA do not make any representations or warranties as to the accuracy, timeliness, suitability, completeness, or relevance of any information prepared by any unaffiliated third party, whether linked to this web site or incorporated herein, and takes no responsibility.  All such information is provided solely for convenience purposes only. Danny Armstrong, Armstrong Financial, IMS, and IMSFA do not endorse, control, or receive compensation from any of the third party advertisers within this website.  Danny Armstrong, Armstrong Financial, IMS, and IMSFA are not affiliated with any of the firms or entities listed unless specifically stated.

    About Fredda Jones

    Fredda Davis Jones was raised “in the country” in Comanche County and learned very early that creativity and innovation are traits that can flourish even in small-town Texas and that with enough effort, indeed nothing is impossible, including being married to the same man for over 40 years! Rickey and Fredda have 2 children, 5 grandchildren, and a crazy life that includes sitting in the bleachers several times a week. The rest of her time is spent creating great content for texansunited.com and marketing small-town Texas.
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    3 Responses to Meet Danny Armstrong – Who Is He?

    1. Ann Barnes says:

      Love that wonderful man!!!

      • Jean Martin says:

        I know who Danny Armstrong is. He is a relative of my late husband’s. William Carroll Martin would be thrilled reading about him here in Texans United. We both knew what a great football player he was, also.
        I know his Mom and Dad, Richard and Nancy, have always been so proud of Danny. Thank you for affording this to all of us.
        Jean Martin

    2. Melody Cox says:

      Great article on Danny. He and Debbie have become good friends with me over the past 6 years. Danny has helped me with audio aids for the horse clinics I have hosted in the past, and at some of the events at Circle T Arena. Debbie and I have been judges at the Gustine Homecoming in the past. Great article on a really good man! Thank you for sharing , Fredda!

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