Curtis Allen Archer

Curtis Allen Archer
April 20, 1946 – January 10, 2019

Curtis Archer, 72, of North Zulch, Texas was surrounded by family when the Lord called him home on Thursday, January 10, 2019, in Bryan, Texas. A Memorial Service will be held at 10 am, Wednesday, January 16, 2019, at Callaway-Jones Funeral Center, 3001 South College Ave, Bryan, Texas. Services are in the care of Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Center, Bryan-College Station.

Curtis was born on April 20, 1946 to Fred and Jean Archer in Littlefield, Texas. The family resided in Bula, Texas where Curtis attended school and graduated from Bula High School in 1964. He married the love of his life, Nancy Hayes, on September 6, 1965. They had two daughters, Shelly and Stacey. Curtis, Nancy, and family moved to Lake Jackson, Texas in 1981; where they resided until retiring. The last two years of their retirement was spent in North Zulch.

Curtis is now reunited with his parents, Fred and Jean Archer; father-in-law, Gavin Hayes; brother-in-law, Monte Berry; and sister-in-law, Linda Belcher.

He is survived by his wife, Nancy Archer; daughters, Shelly and husband, Steve Hearn of North Zulch; Stacey and husband, Jeff Reynolds of Lake Jackson; sister, Katha Berry of Ennis, Texas; brother, Larry Archer of Lake Jackson; grandchildren: Kevin Hearn and wife, Megan, Samantha Tiner and husband, Andrew, Josh Reynolds, and Allison Reynolds; great-grandchildren: Myla, Naomi, Caden, and Travis, and numerous special nieces and nephews.

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Condolences

  1. Our condolences to the Archer family. May our God comfort y’all in this time of need. God bless your family, Rick.

  2. Larry, Kathy, Nancy and the rest of the Family my condolence is sad, but reality of how short our life really Is her on this earth. Our memories are so precious of this short time that we have to know and appreciate the life of loved ones, such as Curtis. WE can look to the Wonderful World Tomorrow, that awaits all of us, to rejoin our loved ones.

  3. Dearest Nancy,
    It’s hard to find the words to express our deepest condolences after hearing of Curtis’s passing.
    Everyone at Slone considered Curtis family, and he will forever hold a special place in our hearts with the great memories that were created while he was here. Every single employee would tell you that his knowledge from experience, and good storytelling, taught them one, if not several things, that made them better at their jobs. For me, he was one of the most memorable people I’ve ever met, and one of biggest mentors in my career.

    I appreciate you sharing such a special person with all of us.
    We are praying for you and your family.

  4. Nancy, I am so sorry for your loss. We are praying for your family during this difficult time. May your hearts and minds be filled with sweet memories.

    Robert and Kay (Baker) Mitchell

  5. So sorry for your loss. Curtis was a great guy from an awesome Archer family. I have enjoyed getting to know more about him and his great wife and family through facebook. Praying the Lord will comfort you all and help you through this time of grieving. Each of us will have an appointed time to go.

  6. Larry,Katha, Nancy, and family, Dennis and I want to express our deepest sympathies. We both have very special memories of growing up with Curtis and his family! Prayers for all of you at this sad time.

  7. From my family to your … our deepest condolences and prayers to come from the heartbreak and loss of Curtis.

  8. Nancy and family, I am so sorry for your loss. May God richly bless you and comfort you. Love, Kathy Barnett Sorrells

  9. Nancy, our deepest condolences to you and your girls. God bless you during this time of your loss. Curtis was a gentleman and good friend of both Colleen and I and proud to have known him. Always enjoyed playing golf with him, he was fun.

    Colleen and Jerry

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