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February 06, 2012
I met then Major Lee Archer when he was my ROTC instructor at NYU in 1952-3. His stories of flying bomber cover over the Ploesti oil fields in Roumania remain one of my great class memories from my college days. So glad to see now how successul he continued to be after our brief encounter.
January 21, 2012
To the family of Lee Archer, you should be very proud of him. Certainly, someone who made a difference.
May 09, 2011
To the Archer Family
Col. Archer was a great man. He was Col Archer to me when I serviced and played for him as a young Airman at Stewart AFB, NY I had not seen Col Archer over the years, but I know he will be missed. He taught me alot about life and being a man, that I have instilled in my sons and still carry today. I was a young 20 yrs of age at that time and today I'm 71, but those value's from Col. Archer are greater than ever. God has another great man by his side and we lost a great man.
God Bless the Family
Joseph W. Miller, Sr. and Family
April 13, 2011
December 11, 2010
Thank Mr.Archer for your service,i love the Tuskeegee Airmen.I'am a female vet.Once we were on a convoy,we stop by the cemetry where the airmen are buried.It was beautiful.I cried all the way home.I'am a RN now who took care of two of the air men.I worked on trucks in the military.Right now i'am in a battle for my life.Doctors are stunned but God knows.Keep the road open for the rest of us.I'am a warrior girl.Take your crown now because you deserve to rest.
October 29, 2010
The service of the Tuskeegee Airmen is a sterling example to America and to African-American history. Rest in peace Mr. Archer and God Bless America!

Calvin Tolbert
Serenity Funeral Home, Seattle, WA
www.serenitymemorialservices.com
June 07, 2010
To a man I have never met. I have however had the honor of knowing at least one other of the Tuskeegee Airmen. You fly with God now.
May 21, 2010
My condolences to the Archer family. What shows that a person value the gift of life? By the legacy they leaves behind. May those happy memories sustain the family and bring some comfort to your heart

God is for us a refuge and strength, a help that is readily to be found during distresses.
April 19, 2010
April 09, 2010
It is sad to hear of Mr. Archer's passing. I have read the history of these brave gentlemen. They were truly the best. Could anyone tell me the address where he was born in Yonkers. I live there and would like to know. Thanks.

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