Archie Vic Moyers

December 10, 1968April 4, 2021
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Archie Vic Moyers, age 52, passed away suddenly on Sunday, April 4, 2021. Archie was born December 10, 1968 to Ronald and Pat Moyers of Highlands, Texas. Archie married the love of his life Tammy Willman, February 17, 1990 and they were married for 31 years. Together they built a family of four children, Archie, Alexander, Peyton, and Miranda. Archie was always full of laughter and loved to make others laugh, often telling his many “dad” jokes. He had a way of lighting up any room he walked into that made people gravitate toward him. Archie enjoyed hosting batting practice, barbeques and crawfish boils at his home, golfing, going to Astros games, and shopping; especially for the women in his life. Above all, his unending love for the Tennessee Titans did not go unnoticed, often times beating the sportscasters to their next comment as well as being very vocal about how much he despised Joe Buck. Archie’s priority in life was his family and he did his absolute best to teach his children about life values and responsibilities they would encounter in adulthood. He was active in youth sports where he coached Optimist Football, Little League and Pony League Baseball and Upward Basketball for many years and quite often coached championship teams. His children were all involved in sports and Archie tried to teach and mentor every player on the team equally as if they were his own. He consistently reminded his players to play with joy and heart. He liked to tell them if they did, they would get to dance with the pretty girl at the championship. Professionally, he worked at Eads and Associates for 21 years where he grew many relationships with people who had a big impact on his life. Through this career, he had the opportunity to travel to Singapore and Peru and completely enjoyed learning about the people and their culture. Archie will be missed by all who knew him and he will be remembered for his dedication to family and friends, his work ethic, and his good judgement as an example to all. Because of his love for life, his compassion for others and a heart the size of Texas, he was loved and admired by so many whose lives he touched in positive ways. Archie was a member of Rollingbrook Fellowship in Baytown. Archie is survived by his wife Tammy, son Archie and wife Lauren, son Alexander and fiancé Joleigh, son Peyton, daughter Miranda, father Ronald Moyers, sister Kim Foster and his beloved French Bulldog “Charlie”. Archie was preceded in death by his mother Patricia Moyers and most recently his Meemaw, Archie Ruth Moyers. The family will receive friends for visitation on Thursday, April 8, 2021 between the hours of 5:00 pm and 8:00 pm at Navarre Funeral Home, 2444 Rollingbrook Dr., Baytown, TX 77521. Funeral services will take place on Friday, April 9, 202 at 11:00 am at Rollingbrook Fellowship, 505 Rollingbrook Dr., Baytown, TX 77521,with interment to immediately follow in Sterling White Cemetery, Highlands, TX, Pastor Bill Yowell, officiating. Honoring the family as Pallbearers: Shannon Comeaux, Michael Cowen, Kenny Martinez, Kelvin Sims, Danny Willman, John Willman. Honorary Pallbearers: David Elmore, Hezron Fredrick, Ken Hockless, Joe Peddie, Tony Rios. Memorial tributes may be shared with the family at


  • Shannon Comeaux
  • Michael Cowen
  • Kenny Martinez
  • Kelvin Sims
  • Danny Willman
  • John Willman
  • Honorary Pallbearers
  • David Elmore
  • Hezron Fredrick
  • Ken Hockless
  • Joe Peddie
  • Tony Rios


  • Visitation

    Thursday, April 8, 2021

  • Funeral Service

    Friday, April 9, 2021


Archie Vic Moyers

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Kirt Repp

April 13, 2021

Went to grade school with Archie, he always had a big smile on his face...! Seemed to carry a sense of happiness with him. Wish his family well and sorry for their loss.
Kirt W. Repp

Mandi Whitaker

April 12, 2021

We are so sorry to hear about Archie's passing. We have been praying for all of you daily, and will continue. What a beautiful family he has left behind. I know he was so proud. Praying that the Lord will give all of you the peace and comfort that you need during this time. Our favorite memory with you two, was sitting on the curb exhausted after the 8th grade dance... and having a beverage :-) Sweet memory. I know you and your children will continue to honor him in every way.
Our deepest condolences,
The Whitakers

Richard & Carmen Lawrence

April 9, 2021

Tammy & family,

We were shocked & saddened to hear of Archie's passing. We are heartbroken for you & the kids. We will always remember Archie's dedication to all of the kids when coaching little league. His energetic, upbeat personality & sense of humor were contagious & had a positive impact on everyone around him.

Our hearts & prayers are with you all.

Dan Moyers

April 9, 2021

Dear Ronald,
Words cannot adequately express my sympathy for your
loss. I can only relate to this tragic event on some level
by the loss of David Jr. at 58 years old. May God bless
you, keep, you and help you through this very difficult
time in your life.
With Deepest Sympathy,
Dan Moyers

Rhonda Flock

April 8, 2021

Dear Moyer family,
I am so sad to hear of the home-going of your precious husband and dad.

I cherish the moments that you were a part of my life through my grandson while at Sterling. What an incredible family.

You all will be in my prayers during the days ahead. May our Father in Heaven bless you with peace and comfort in the heavy laden days ahead.

Love and prayers,
Rhonda Hall-Flock
(Dylan Pool’s grandmother)

Connie Lattoz

April 8, 2021

My heart is broken for you Tammie, and for all four of your children; please accept my condolences and heartfelt prayers for you. Ronald, no parent should have to bury their child; I can't even imagine; I am so sorry. For Kim, I know you shared a special bond with your brother; it's so painful for that bond to be snapped so suddenly. How my heart aches for you. May the Lord wrap His loving arms around all of you and get you through these difficult times ahead. People will come and go in your lives, but there will always be so many solid scriptures to lean on; God will never leave you nor forsake you. Psalm 30:5b "Weeping may endure for a night, But joy comes in the morning." And some of my favorites are these scriptures in 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18 concerning Christ's coming again. Verse 14 gives us hope for our loved ones who have gone on to be with the Lord, with these words, " For if we believe that Jesus died and rose again, even so God will bring with Him those who sleep in Jesus." There's no doubt you will see Archie again; and hopefully it will be soon! We look forward to the time Jesus returns for His own!

Marie Piceynski

April 8, 2021

Tammy I know how hard this is. Being Archie's aunt I have known him since infancy. He has always been a beautiful soul and I know you saw that when you two got together. I know he is now with Pat and in Heaven. All my love to you and Archie Jr., Alexander, Peyton and Miranda. Love you all.

Danette hall

April 8, 2021

Archie's was a great guy who will be greatly missed by all that knew and loved him
He loved life and God.He loved his family and friends.Rip my friend

Kenneth Jason Davenport

April 8, 2021

I had the opportunity to play football with Archie back in high school...He had an great personality and loved sports...Sending condolences to family and friends...You are in my thoughts and prayers...

Milton Stubbs

April 6, 2021

To Tammy and family, I am so sorry to hear of the loss of Archie. My thought and Prayers are with you all. May the Lord keep his guiding hands upon the family and help you thru this time of sorrow. Tammy, I am Archie's aunt Marie's partner.