Georgia L. “Helen” <I>Stottlemeyer</I> Archer

Georgia L. “Helen” Stottlemeyer Archer

Death 29 Apr 2015 (aged 91)
Burial Vandalia, Ralls County, Missouri, USA
Plot Row One
Memorial ID 174752663 · View Source
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She is the daughter of George & Lucretia (Shellhorse) Stottlemeyer.

She married George Fields Archer August 31, 1940.

She grew up and attended schools in Hannibal with the class of 1944. After school and her marriage to George, he answered his country's call during World War II. They moved to Norfolk, Virginia where Helen worked in the shipyards as a welder and riveter while George was deployed. Helen then moved back to Hannibal until George returned from the war, then they bought a house and moved to Vandalia. For a short time, they moved to a farm south of Vandalia and share-cropped for six years. They then bought a farm nearby and lived there for many years.

Helen was a faithful and devoted member of the Vandalia United Methodist Church where she enjoyed Bible study group.

She also enjoyed traveling and camping all over the country with George on their matching motorcycles.

They spent many winters in Brownsville, Texas and she enjoyed all types of crafts including basket-weaving, painting and macramé.

Survivors include: one daughter, Sandra L. Woggon and Denis Rogan of Forest Park, Illinois; three grandchildren: Lorna E. McNamara of Dixon, Illinois; Althea Sawalski of Huntley, Illinois and Archer Woggon of Chicago; six great-grandchildren and one great-great-grandson.

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  • Created by: Charles Nutt
  • Added: 1 Jan 2017
  • Find a Grave Memorial 174752663
  • Find a Grave, database and images ( : accessed ), memorial page for Georgia L. “Helen” Stottlemeyer Archer (4 Aug 1923–29 Apr 2015), Find a Grave Memorial no. 174752663, citing Vandalia Cemetery, Vandalia, Ralls County, Missouri, USA ; Maintained by Charles Nutt (contributor 48125041) .