Enoch (Archie) Archibeque
Honor Guard - Air Force

Enoch (Archie) Archibeque

Feb 18, 1938- Sept. 17, 2019


Enoch (Archie) Archibeque was born on 18 Feb 1938 in Mancos, Co. to Pacomio and Rebecca Romero Archibeque. He was number 7 of 13 Children. Archie has gone home on 17 Sept. 2019 from congestive heart failure and leukemia.

He proudly served is country in the U.S. Air Force and was stationed at: Travis AFB, Ca.; Nellis AFB, Co. and Tainan, Taiwan during the Formosa Straits Conflict.

He married Delores Sumora-Gomez, they had 1 son. They were later divorced. He married Nancy A. Young, gaining 2 daughters and 5 sons. They were married for 45 years.

Archie worked in the Construction and Insulation business his whole life, finally retiring at 75. He remained very active and was a proud lifetime member of both: The American Legion Post 9 and VFW Post 1481. He was a member and Leader of the Honor Guard for many years. Archie volunteered many hours at the George E. Wahlen Veteran’s home. He was grateful to all of his fellow veterans for years of friendship and support.

He was preceded in death by: his parents; brothers: Victor, George and Elias: Sisters: Sophia, Tony and Ruth.

Archis is survived by: his wife, Nancy; children: Robert (Kerrie) Archibeque, Wesley (Erine) Barnes, Mont (Martha) Barnes, Tammy (Mike) Jensen, Robert (Debbie) Barnes, Vickie ( Rusty) Spinden, James (April) Oakley, and Brain (Gwen) Oakley; Brothers: Gilbert (Alice) Archibeque and Pacomio (Linda) Archibeque; Sisters: Betty (David) Nipper, Madeline Brown, Francis Clark and Becky Likes; many  grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He will be missed by all, including man beloved nieces and nephews.

Archis will be cremated and his ashes interred at Leavitt’s Aultorest Memorial Park. A Memorial Service will be held at the graveside on Monday, 23 Sept. 2019 at 1:00pm for immediate family only. A Celebration of Life will be held at the VFW Post 1481 for on 28 Sept. 2019 at 1:00pm for all friends and family: 907 W 12th Street Ogden, Utah 84404.

The Family would like to thank McKay Dee Hospital Staff and the IHC Hospice team who cared for Archie during his final months. A special thanks to Tammy and Vickie for all for their support and countless hours caring for him during his illness.

Condolences may be sent to the family at: www.leacittsmortuary.com