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April 19, 2014

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April 19, 2014

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March 27, 2010

March 13, 2010
Lee Archer will always be remembered as a father, sponsor, champion, mentor and hero to so many of us who worked at General Foods then Kraft. He was an example of my G-- walking here among us in the way he patiently and tirelessly held the door open so many of us could pass through and make our way up the corporate ladder. Many thanks to his family for sharing the gift that was Lee! Be well.
February 28, 2010
My condolences to the Archer family in your time of grief, and may peace be with you. The achievements of Col. Archer and the other Tuskeegee airmen in WW II despite the obstacles they faced are quite impressive. My father was stationed with Col. Archer at Orly airport in the late 50's/early 60's. I hope someday to meet you to reminisce old times.
February 24, 2010
Like my granduncle, Samuel Lorenzo Malone, WWII vet and MSgt. US Army(retired) and passed away in 2004 was my hero, Lt. Col Lee A. Archer and all of the rest of the Tuskegee Airmen and African-Amer. veterans of WWI,WWII, Korea, Vietnam etc. who served this country well with Dignity and Honor, were and are my hero's until this day. My deepest sincere condolences to the Archer family, and may Mr. Archer Rest in Peace, his dedication and service to this country during and after WWII will not be forgotten and will be forever a beacon of hope and inspiration to all concerned. former Sgt. USAF
February 17, 2010
Our very deepest Sympathy to you and your family. We thoroughly enjoyed Lee's visit a couple years ago to our Geneseo Airshow.

Members of The 1941 Historical Aircraft Group
February 16, 2010
Sincere condolences to the Archer family and the T.A.I. family for the loss of such a great man and WWII Ace. Our father and grandfather was a fellow WWII pilot who flew the Hump in the China-Bruma-India theater, the Hump Pilots Assoc. posted this poem in memory of all WWII aviators who have passed on, we wanted to share it with you in honor of Lt. Col. Archer and all the Tuskegee Airmen.
Lynn and Reid Geddie, Newnan, Georgia
The Last Flight
By Roger Allen Cook

They came from every direction
From families large and small
They launched out on a mission
And answered their nation’s call.

They flew on wings made of steel
And the dangers of war they faced
Strong hands controlled their craft.
As those powerful engines raced.

In time the great conflict was won
Although costing a terrible price,
As too many members of the band
Made life’s ultimate sacrifice.

Now time has become the enemy.
Years have so quickly passed by.
Witnessed by losses in the ranks
Of that old gang that used to fly.

Yet in the minds of all who remain
Keen remembrances of days before
When they took great metal birds
And through the clouds did soar.

There is one very special mission
All old pilots are required to take
The call comes from Headquarters
It’s a flight we all must make.

This one last flight is like no other,
For God has prepared the way
HE alone will determine the place,
And choose the time and day.

When Operations sends out the call,
Those pilots who have sailed on air
Will take their last earthly flight
To a place that God has prepared.
February 15, 2010
To the Archer Family your father fought a great battle. May He Rest In Peace. We must continue in his HONOR!
February 14, 2010
Please accept my deepest sympathies.
February 13, 2010
The members of the United States Army Black Aviation Association send our deepest sympathy to the Archer family. Many of us owe a debt of gratitude for Lt Col Archer for paving the path for many others to follow. May he rest in peace. Victor Thornton, President, USABAA
February 11, 2010
I was never able to meet this man who must never be forgotten. These men were the best,they had courage and the guts to do the outstanding job. History will not forget the many battles they faced in life, but when called upon they stepped up. And their valiantry is recorded in the record books. Rest assured we will be reunited with our loved ones one day. Denny and Carole Paules

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