Archie L. Trammell Jr.
1928 - 2018
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TRAMMELL, JR., Archie L. Archie L. Trammell, 89, Aviation Safety Icon and Aviation Journalist, died at his home in Mansfield, TX, February 5, 2018. He was born in Corpus Christi, TX, October 23, 1928. He is survived by his wife, Mary; and his three children, Nathan (Lisa) Trammell, Rev. Bessie (John) Adams, Archie D. (Kristine) Trammell; step-children, Michele (Kevin) Miracle and Douglas (Aracely) Seitz; 6 grandchildren; 4 step-grand-children; 13 great grandchildren; and 2 great-great grandchildren. Funeral services are 1:00 pm, February 14, 2018 at Jaynes Memorial Chapel, Duncanville, TX. Burial will follow at DFW National Cemetery.




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Published in Dallas Morning News on Feb. 11, 2018.
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August 6, 2020
Thirty years of safely flying airliners were in large part due to the lessons I learned from Archie. Thank you. You live on in the minds and hearts of us all that read your work.
Andrew Pearson
Student
March 12, 2018
I remember as a new pilot, calling Archie to try to better understand some of the material I had purchased from him. He was kind, he was patient, and he was caring. What a gem of an aviation and safety expert, and what a gem of a human being.
Fred Weiner
March 10, 2018
Thanks Archie for all you did to impact aviation safety and educate pilots on the use of radar!
Foster Hamilton
February 17, 2018
Countless airmen literally owe their lives to Archie Trammell, myself included. Thanks, Arch! Go West in peace.
Eric Jaderborg
February 15, 2018
Thanks for all the material you have shared over the years contributing to aviation safely through education. You made a difference through all the accidents and incidents that never happened. We will continue to share what you taught us.
Gary Fisher
February 14, 2018
You touched countless lives, including mine.
Thanks Archie
Joe Baker
February 13, 2018
As a professional pilot there were several occasions where Archie's lessons either by video or text were used to keep us abreast of the latest radar technology and how best to use it. The one thing Archie stressed at the end of his lesson and if we remembered nothing else was to never fly toward a shadow. Over forty years of airline flying that knowledge certainly helped to protect me and my passengers from harm when flying near severe weather. Archie, you made a difference! God Bless you Archie!
Pete Beadling
February 12, 2018
Icon just does not describe the man I knew. He single handedly changed the Aviation industry forever. Thanks to you Archie.
Russ Appleton
Student
February 12, 2018
Chip Johnson
Student
February 12, 2018
Sorry to hear of Archies passing. I still use what he taught, and still repeat the stories he told. Gods comfort to his family.
Chris
Acquaintance
February 11, 2018
Archie, you passed so much to all of us pilots. You were an angel and now fly in cavu skies with angels. God bless
Bryan Burke
Student
February 11, 2018
Learned so much from Archie, made me a better, safer pilot
Jon Wittoesch
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