Archie Lovell Farmer
Archie Lovell Farmer was born in Brinkley, Arkansas on June 27, 1967 to John Ed Farmer and Arlena Dorsey-Farmer.
Archie was reared in a Christian home and his mother Arlena would frequently take him to the Church of Christ in Brinkley, Arkansas with her.
Archie received his formal education in the Brinkley Public School District.
“Archie Cal” or “Cal” as he was affectionately known, was a well-traveled man who resided in various places. He relocated to Flint, Michigan after leaving the Brinkley area and would reside there for several years. He would eventually return to Arkansas, finally settling down in greater Little Rock area.
Archie was a “people person” who possessed a magnetic personality that allowed him to never meet a stranger. If you crossed paths with Archie, you met a lifelong friend. Archie possessed a unique sense of humor that made him the “life of the party” at any setting or family gathering. He was guaranteed to bring the jokes and laughter. Archie had an affinity for family closeness and always desired his family to be in one place, together. He always had words of advice and wisdom for his younger nieces and nephews. They knew whenever he would call them to the side and say “let me talk to you for a minute…”, “Archie Cal” was about to administer some life lessons.
God saw His child Archie Lovell Farmer grow weary, and He dispatched His Angels to UAMS Medical Center in Little Rock, Arkansas to bring His son home. Awaiting his arrival in Heaven were his parents, John Ed and Arlena Farmer, his siblings Rosie Tyson, Marnette Beasley, Lonnie Farmer, and Dorothy Dillard.
Archie is survived by his beautiful family, his son Trinell Lewie of Dallas, TX; daughters Daphne Graham of Jonesboro, AR, and Markeisha Farmer of Little Rock, AR; 8 grandchildren, Amellia, Acadia, Bentlee, Ambree, Trinell Jr., Acadian, Maddox, and Malkalm; sisters Gloria (Larry) McKinney, & Effie (Alonzo) Childress both of Little Rock, AR, Wille Gregory, Patricia McGahee, and Carolyn Weaver, all of Flint, MI; brothers Larry (Cheryl) Farmer of Flint, MI, Gilbert Farmer and Michael Farmer both of Little Rock, AR; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.
A visitation will be held on Friday March 10, 2023 from 5pm to 6:30 pm at Branscumb Funeral Home in Brinkley. Funeral will take place on Saturday March 11, 2023 at 11 am at Mt Zion Baptist Church (409 S Main Street, Brinkley, Arkansas). Burial will take place at Memorial Park in Brinkley by Branscumb Funeral
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