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Brian Lee Archer
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Birth: Jan. 3, 1975
Greene County
Missouri, USA
Death: May 4, 2014
Webster County
Missouri, USA

Brian Lee Archer, 39, of Rogersville, MO passed away May 4, 2014 in Rogersville. Brian was born January 3, 1975 in Springfield, Missouri to Michael and Nancy Archer. He was a law enforcement officer in the community for many years. Brian married Julie Burch November 27, 1998. His sense of humor, love for the outdoors and nature will be greatly missed. He is survived by Julie and their two children Colin Tra and Caitlyn Marie. Also surviving are Brian's parents Mike and Nancy Archer; two sisters Shannon Dalton and Erin Williams, his grandmother Evelyn Shuttz, Father and Mother in law Terry and Marjorie Burch, sister in law Cheryl Enos and her husband Freddie, brother in law Kevin Burch and his wife Kendra; two uncles Jerry Shuttz and wife Judy and Dennis and wife Linda Archer. He is also survived by many loving nieces, nephews and friends. Services for Brian will be at 10:00 A.M. Saturday, May 10, 2014 at Greenlawn Funeral Home East. Interment will follow at White Oak Cemetery in Rogersville. Visitation will be from 6:00 to 8:00 P.M. Friday, May 9, 2014 in the funeral home. A memorial fund for Colin and Caitlyn has been set up at Greenlawn Funeral Home East.

White Oak Cemetery
Webster County
Missouri, USA
Created by: J & J Wiggins
Record added: May 06, 2014
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Brian Lee Archer
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Brian Lee Archer
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 Added: May. 6, 2014

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