ARCHIE-WHITE-Obituary

ARCHIE LEE WHITE

Moundsville, Virginia

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DIED
June 29, 2020
LOCATION
Moundsville, Virginia

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He was born on Feb. 8th 1932 and has joined his wife Bobbie and son Harry White in God's Graces. He was born in Moundsville W VA to Harry and Verna White. He retired twice in his 88 years. Once as Sr. MSGT of the USAF and served two tours in Vietnam. He also retired from Toyota in SA,...

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Archie's funeral was held this morning, July 21st this morning 945am at the Ft. Sam National Cemetery on Harry Wurzbach.

I was fortunate to work with Archie in Darmstadt Germany in the 11th Radio Squadron Mobile. 1956-1959.
I thought that Archie was one of the most thoughtful individuals that I had met. He helped me on many occasions during our shifts. We worked on the same trick. I was not aware that Archie was in San Antonio. I have been here since December 2006 after retiring from General Motors.
My deepest condolences to Archie's survivors. Be assured that he was an exceptionally nice person

My condolences to Archies family. I worked with him 14 years at Toyota on Fredericksburg rd. Always thought a lot of Archie. He was an ace technician.

Sincerely, Gordon C Blocker

In loving memory of a wonderful person. We will love you and miss you always Pop.

As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Pop gave the best hugs ever and the most thoughtful birthday cards they always made us smile. He loved hot homemade bread with lots of butter and blackberry jelly. He loved our momma Bobbie.We love you and will miss you until we meet again with loving memories from Rita and Mike, Paula and Al, granddaughter Kelly and husband Dan granddaughter Pamela Rae and great granddaughters Isabella Grace, Charley Jade and Reagan Michelle. Like our momma used to say I love you the most I love you more.

Pop gave the best hugs ever and the most meaningful birthday cards they always made us cry because they made us feel so loved. He loved homemade bread with lots of butter and blackberry jelly he loved our mom Bobbie and always treated us like we were his own. We love you and will miss you Pop until we see each other again Rita and Mike, Al and Paula your granddaughters Kelly Marie and her husband Dan and Pamela Rae and Great granddaughters Isabella Grace, Charley jade and Reagan Michelle....