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Dolores Anne Stinson Archer
Submitted by: Wanda Purcell

Dolores Anne Stinson Archer passed from this earth early Friday morning November 9, 2001 at the age of 70. She will be laid to rest in Red Hill Cemetery, Hammon, Roger Mills County, Oklahoma on Sunday, November 11, 2001. Funeral services will be held in the Hammon Church of Christ at 2:30 p.m. Jonathan Zerby, of Snyder and Dolan Ivey of Hammon will officiate under the direction of the Martin Funeral Home of Elk City.
Dolores was born to Elmer and Maxine Byford Stinson on November 25, 1930 in Hammon. She had one brother, Neil, and one sister, Billye Sue who died at birth. She graduated from Hammon High School in 1948 and attended OSU in Stillwater for three years. Dolores later married Jodie Emory Archer on March 6, 1954 in Sentinel, Oklahoma. Together they had three children: one daughter, Brenda, and twin sons: Kerry and Terry.
Dolores worked many years as a bookkeeper at the Hammon Coop, but finally had to give it up after suffering several strokes at a very young age. From that time forward she spent most of her time in the home, either taking care of her kids or trying to recover from her lengthy illnesses.
Dolores loved to read, embroidery, and garden when she was able. She also loved her children, grandchildren, and friends to the fullest. She was extremely proud of her family and was thrilled when her farm was recognized as an Oklahoma Centennial Farm in 1998. She was a lifetime member of the Hammon Church of Christ.
Dolores was preceded in death by her parents, sister, brother, and husband of 38 years.
Dolores is survived by a host of loved ones and friends. They include her daughter, Brenda of the home and sons, Kerry and his wife Karen of Hammon, and Terry and his wife Anita of Elk City. Three grandchildren, Zachary Archer of Bella Vista, Arkansas, Loralee Richardson and her husband Barret of Freedom, and Nicholas Archer of Elk City. One sister-in-law, Joy Stinson of Tulsa, and one niece, Alice Brown of Sand Springs and a great niece, K.C. Courtney of Sand Aprings. She also leaves behind her best friend of over 40 years, Shirley Bohl and her husband Jack of Tipton, and her longtime caregiver, Debra Ivey of Hammon.

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