Joe Archer Obituary, Death – The passing of Mr. Joe Archer, who had formerly called 32 Drumreagh Crescent in Newmills home, is a sad event that we are sorry to have to inform you about. Our thoughts and prayers are with his loved ones at this difficult time. Joe ARCHER, who had been ill and was receiving treatment at a hospital, passed away (calmly) on November 20th, 2022. He was Madge’s much-loved husband, and the two of them made their home in Newmills at number 32 Drumreagh Crescent. Together, they had a wonderful life.

A devoted father of Raymond, Darren, Steven, and Jennifer, as well as the father-in-law of Don; a much-loved grandfather of Jake, Johanna, Danielle, Gary, Aaron, and Jonathan; and a dear brother of Grace, May, Penny, Jean, and Linda, as well as the late Tommy, David, Robert, and Nan. He passed away on February 1, 2019. The first of February 2019 was the day he passed away. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday, September 23, at 12 o’clock noon, at the Dungannon Independent Methodist Church in Moygashel. After this, there will be a private interment service held at the Tullanisken Parish Churchyard in Newmills, which is located in the Newmills area.

At this time, flowers should only be sent to the immediate family. If you are interested in making a contribution, you can do so by sending a check to the following address: D. Cranston Funeral Director can be contacted at the following address: 13 Main Street, Charlemont, Moy, County Armagh, BT71 7SF. As a direct result of these donations, the Dungannon Independent Methodist Church as well as the Mandeville Unit at the Craigavon Area Hospital will both be able to benefit from financial assistance.

will be remembered with affection by one’s immediate family as well as those members of one’s extended family who were closer to the person who passed away than the other members of the extended family.
When God realized that there was no chance of saving him and that he was running out of strength, He wrapped His arms around him and beckoned for him to “come to me.”