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May 18, 2021

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February 10, 2021
RIP Lee. Got a autographed photo I took of you at Riverside Ca. museum. Thank you.
September 12, 2020
Lt. Colonel Lee A. Archer, thank you for your service. Would have like to have met you in person to have heard your stories first hand. From what I have learned of you, You are Truly a Great American - Rest in Peace.
June 30, 2020
We met Mr. Archer along with William Wheeler, Roscoe Brown and Charles McGee in Reading, Pa at the Mid Atlantic Air Museum's WWII Weekend in 1997. We brought our red tailed hawk, Bruja, to the show as a way to honor, in our small way, these most extraordinary men. Each received a framed photo of our red tail as a memento. When we attempted to apologize to them for their treatment during the war by our government, fellow soldiers and airmen, our emotions won the day as tears began streaming down our faces. As they are now as I type this all these years later. That days remains among the greatest of my entire life. At that moment they began consoling us and thanking us for the gesture. Their grace, humility and love were overwhelming. I can only hope there is a heaven for Mr. Archer is most certainly there.
October 12, 2017
Buddy, I miss our extraordinary, cross-country phone conversations and hearing you complain about me waking you up "too early." Lee sounding groggy: "What time is it?" Me: Buddy it's 9:00 a.m. your time. Lee: "But it's 6:00 a.m. for YOU!" Lol There's only one Buddy, and now I've got an empty space for a stiff-neck, charmingly addictive, and the most polished man I have ever met and you tolerated me anyway. I miss our mini debates -- me unsuccessfully persuading you over to my view. You actually showed me that you let me win a debate once. That time you overstayed a day on a business trip to accept the invitation to visit a church in Sacramento. Wow! I was so proud of you! There really is a higher power, Lee. <3 I miss you being attentive as I fussed about politics and the state of the world and what I was going to do about it... and you telling me to Just stay out of it." Lol I miss you saying, "My son (Roy) can do whatever he damn well pleases." Even though, I have the memory of that one time you got upset at him (because I told on him) for breaking your house rules by having a guest to your house while you were away. Yaaay! ^_^ I cherish the memory of your deep laughter, after reading to you that poem I wrote about you. And lastly, Buddy, I know you don't "know" me and I don't know you either, but I miss you dearly anyway. <3
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