Justin Archer © Cheyenne Star 12-Mar-2009 Submitted by: Wanda Purcell
Justin Archer was born April 14, 1978 in Cheyenne, Oklahoma to Vema Lou and Johnny Rice Archer. He passed away March 7, 2009 near Erick, Oklahoma at the age of 30 years, 10 months and 23 days.
Justin attended school at Cheyenne and Sayre. He later began working in the oilfield and welding. Justin was a devoted father and loved spending time with his family and playing with his nieces and nephews. He was one of kind and had a special personality and unique sense of humor.
He was preceded in death by his son, Willy Levi Archer, maternal grandparents, Lonnie Batchelor and Jo Roush, paternal grandparents Willie and Doris Archer.
He is survived by his son, Jonathan Archer; his financee Jennifer Wynn, Sayre, Oklahoma; mother, Lou Barnes and husband James; father Johnny Archer and wife Dianne of Sayre, Oklahoma; two brothers Frank Archer and Jody Archer, both of Sayre, Oklahoma; stepbrother, Elijah Barnes of Edmond, stepsister Tara Gordon of Elk City, Oklahoma and maternal step-grandmother Linda Batchelor of Sayre and a host of relatives and friends.
Services were held Tuesday, March 10, 2009 at Trinity Fellowship, officiated by Andy Taylor. Burial followed at the Cheyenne Cemetery, Cheyenne, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma under the direcvtion of Rose Chapel Funeral Service.
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