Archie William Lard

Archie William Lard passed away on June 12, 2021.

He was born on July 16, 1939, in Pampa, Texas. He joined the Army in 1961 and spent time in Germany, then finished his military career in the Reserves in Amarillo, Texas. He worked for 36 years at Mason & Hanger / Pantex. He lived most of his life in Amarillo, Texas where he and his wife, Sue, married on December 24, 1965. He and Sue moved to Logan, New Mexico in 2006. They were both very active in the Loyal Order of the Moose in Amarillo and in the American Legion Post 77 in Logan.

Memorial service will be held in Logan, New Mexico at a later date.

Survivors include his wife, Sue; four sons, Sammy Peery and wife Melanie, Darren and wife Deana, Darrel and wife Tammy, and Daniel, all of Amarillo; brother Billy and wife Rose of Oklahoma; two sisters, Glenda Strey of Texas and Patricia Long of California; sister-in-law Doris Dillon of Texas; two aunts, Fannie Jean Greenhouse of Texas, and Patsy Newton of Texas; eleven grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren.

10 Comments

  1. glenda strey

    that sweet and his family will miss him so much love you

  2. Kris Gamblin

    Terry s cousin A Good Man and Friend

  3. Gwen Key

    So sorry for family. I didn’t know Archie very well, his wife Sue is my cousin. I do know he was a good husband and father.
    May he rest in peace.

  4. Jim Davis

    Archie was my Supervisor for many years. We became friends as well as Co-Workers. He was a favorite to many of us. I have surely missed him over the years. Rest In Peace Archie.

  5. Julie maxey

    My fondest memories will always be the way he loved my granddaughter Mahayla and how he would always light up when he saw her!! Mahayla loved him so much too!! Archie will always be in our hearts!! He will greatly be missed!!

  6. Angie chavez

    Archie was one of the nicest man I had the privilege to have known my prayers are with you sue and all your family

  7. Truman Johnson

    Sure going to miss that smile that he always had and the hand shake may you Rest In Peace

  8. Anonymous

    Such a nice man. Prayers!🙏🙏🙏

  9. Gary and Marilyn Grimes

    Sue so very sorry for your loss. Archie was a great guy. Know he is going to be missed. We are praying for you and your family for peace and comfort at this time. Love ❤️ you lady.

  10. Marcene Austin

    When our children Darren and Darrell were young, we met Archie and family at Roaring Springs. What fun we had! Our children have remained friends!

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