Ronald “Ronnie” Marion Archer, Jr.

Ronald “Ronnie” Marion Archer, Jr.
Ronald “Ronnie” Marion Archer, Jr.

Ronald “Ronnie” Marion Archer, Jr., 53, of Amarillo, TX, died February 27, 2021.

Services will be at 3:00 PM, Thursday, March 4, 2021, Boxwell Brothers Ivy Chapel with Nick Kendall officiating. Arrangements are by Boxwell Brothers Funeral Directors, 2800 Paramount Blvd. 

Ronnie (Ron) was born June 26, 1967, in Dallas, TX to Ronald, Sr and Sarah Archer. 

Ron was currently employed as a graphic instrumentation designer technician for Taylor Technical contracted by Valero.

Ron owned “Top of Texas Smoke” and participated in multiple cooking competitions. He had a love for Harley’s, traveling, and especially riding with family and friends. 

His other loves were playing pool, riding dirt bikes, going to the lake, and riding in his RZR at the river and sandhills. He was fearless, had a big heart, and loved spending time with his wife, kids, and grandkids. He was loved by all.

He was preceded in death by his mother, Sarah Archer, and brother, Donald “Donnie” Archer. 

Survivors include his wife, Rhonda Archer of the home; daughters, Tori Archer of Amarillo, Amanda Tidwell and husband Travis of Canyon, TX, Kylin Davis and husband Taylor of Fairbanks, Alaska; sons, Rhett Archer of Amarillo, Austin Sinclair and wife Cady of Okinawa, Japan; father, Ron and wife Linda Archer of Amarillo; sisters, April Haraden and husband Robert of Amarillo, Leslie Kendall and husband Nick of Lee’s Summit, MO; sister-in-law, Becca Archer of Amarillo; 6 grandchildren, Jaden, Ry’Lynn, Daxton, Newton, Carli Jean, and Teagan; along with many nieces and nephews.

You all know how Ronnie rolled! So wear your preference attire.

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17 Replies to “Ronald “Ronnie” Marion Archer, Jr.”

  1. I am so sorry for your loss! May God bless you with His peace and comfort as only He can give. Prayers for Ron and Linda and all the family. Love, Trish

  2. Thoughts and prayers 🙏
    For Ronda and the family
    Need anything you let me know 🙏🙏🙏😥😢

  3. God’s blessings, love and care be over you. My prayer is that you enjoy precious memories of your loved one.

  4. Our deepest sympathy to all Ronnie’s family as we know this loss is especially hard. Prayers for all.

  5. Ron was a great guy, truly genuine would do anything to help anybody who needed it. He will be greatly missed by many! Going to miss hanging out by the pool in the summer drinking beer, cooking out with you.. RIP!!

  6. My heartfelt sympathy to the entire family. I am so sorry for your loss. Ronnie was a great guy.
    God be with you during this difficult time.

  7. Thoughts and Prayers for Rhonda and the rest of the family. We sure enjoyed the few times we got to spend with Ron at the sand hills. And his BBQ was some of the best. Our Condolences.

  8. Prayers to the family. A good man gone too soon with so much life in him! He will be truly missed by all! May he Rest In Peace as we all know he is cooking up a storm for the ones in heaven!

  9. Prayers and Thoughts to you all. Ron was such a happy person every time I saw him. May he be at peace as well as Rhonda, Roger, and his family. Stay strong!

  10. Our deepest sympathy for the entire family. Rhonda, you and the kids our in our thoughts and prayers. We always love the times we had with you and your family. God’s peace be with you each day.

  11. R.I.P. Ron you were like a younger brother that I never had!!!! Enjoyed all the times of watch you and helping you cook all the B.B.Q.. The times out by the pool and taking care of your pool for you & Rhonda you will be greatly missed I love you brother

  12. Such a good man and a good friend. Your little Jeep sister will forever remember you and the fun times. Heaven is a better place with you there.

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