Patricia Archer

Patricia Mae Archer

1933 - 2019
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Patricia M. Archer, 85, passed away April 16, 2019 at her residence. She was born in Lubec, August 11, 1933 the daughter of Carleton I. and Reta M. (Ingalls) Brodie.

She graduated from Lubec High School. She married her husband, Henry M. Archer September 22, 1951, and were married for 51 years. Patricia was a waitress for many years at Hilltop Restaurant. Patricia loved her home and spending time with her family. She also enjoyed gardening and watching the Red Sox.

She is survived by daughter, Vicki Beal of Southwest Harbor; sons, Brian Archer and wife Amy of Trenton, Carl Archer of Sanford, Earle Archer and wife Dawna of Surry and Scott Archer and wife Brenda of Ellsworth; sister, Brenda Bryant and husband Larry of Brewer; 11grandchildren; 13 great-grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband; brothers, Brian Brodie and Carleton Brodie, Jr.; sister, Sheila Knight; son-in-law, Douglas Beal, Jr; and great-granddaughter, Kinsley Ray Archer.

Calling hours will be held 5:00-7:00, April 26, 2019 at Jordan-Fernald, 113 Franklin St. Ellsworth where a celebration of life will be held 10:00, April 27, 2019 with Pastor Bob Maddocks officiating. Private interment will be at Remick Cemetery.

Those who desire may make contributions to The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, in memory of Kinsley Ray Archer,, or LLS Donor Services, PO Box 98018, Washington DC 20090-8018

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Holly Macomber

Posted at 04:30am
To everyone in the Archer clan:

Please accept my condolences, re: Pat's death.

She was absolutely the definition of a matriarch--she had to keep all of you on somewhat of an even keel--no small feat!

Also a fine neighbor in the greater 'hood.

Cherish her memories, as I realize that Pat's absence has left a massive hole in your hearts.




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Posted at 05:55pm
Our thought are with you all. Love, The Ray Family George and Carole, Jayne and David , Danny and Nadine and Tim and Dani and all
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Kimberly W. Jensen

Posted at 07:56am
Sending much love to heal your hearts. D.P., Laurie, Kim, Mark
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tammy kaspala

Posted at 02:17pm
To Earle and family, I am so very sorry for the loss of Pat. I loved seeing her at work. Such a lovely lady. We had many laughs. I will miss her RIP Pat. Tammy Kaspala

Annie Edgecomb Perry

Posted at 11:07am
When I think of Pat Archer I think about working with her for many years at the hilltop. She was queen of the restaurant. Certain tables were "Pat's station" when lunch was busy Pat could handle the extra. And when she had a need you better jump to meet it. No matter where you were in the restaurant or how busy you could here Pat laughing WITH her customers. Her laugh came from her toes, it was a hardy warm laugh. She was so proud of her children. I rarely road by the big yellow house with out seeing her and Henry in the yard or in the garage. After Henry passed Pat would still be out in the yard. I ran into her and Scott at lunch not long ago. She hadnt changed still that warm smile and comment to make you laugh.
I am so sorry for her children I know she had a great life because of you all and now without her you have a whole in your heart that can never be filled.
I feel blessed to have known Pat!!
Annie Edgecomb Perry

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