Ernie Archie Tucker

May 16, 1942 - October 14, 2018
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Ernie Archie Tucker, age 76, passed away on October 14, 2018 in Dallas, Texas. Ernie was born on May 16, 1942 in Hartman, Arkansas. He was raised in Bishop, Texas and graduated from Bishop High School in 1960. He then joined the United States Marine Corp (1960-1966) where he served as a Marine Embassy GuardContinue Reading

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Joe Mitchell left a message on October 22, 2018:
What can I say, I have lost my best and closes friend with Cpl. Ernie A Tucker leaving us... We first met in Feb 1963 when he arrived for duty at the American Embassy in Ankara, Turkey... that adds up to 55 years... After we were discharged from the Marine Corps, we lived only about 2 hours apart, with him in Bishop, Tx and me in Brownsville, TX. We would visit each other about every 2 weeks, until Ernie moved to Fort Worth, Tx. Shortly after that I moved to Dallas, Tx, so the visits are on again.. In 1974 Ernie and Elaine introduced me to Susie Bishop, which let to Susie and I getting married in 1975. Ernie and Elaine stood us with us for the wedding on 06Dec1975.. Susie and I have been married for almost 43 years now, again thanks to Ernie and Elaine.. Ernie and I have so many memories over those 55 years, that I will never forget... I can only hope, that I can join him once again, down the road. Take care Cpl Ernie A. Tucker and thank you for the memories... Semper Fi, Marine..
Barbara Rose Graham left a message on October 17, 2018:
So very very sorry to hear about Ernie’s passing. Lots of great memories with him at Bishop . He was my first boyfriend in Bishop . We talked so many times at reunions about the crazy things we did. He always loved to remind me about hitch hiking from Bishop to Driscoll to see me and yelling at me by my bedroom window. Surprised my Dad didn’t shoot him. Loveable Friend !!! Prayers lifted
Roxy & Martha Robinson left a message on October 17, 2018:
Ernie was one crazy, fun guy, and a great friend. We know he is going to be a big loss for everyone that knew him. Our heartfelt condolences go out to all the family members. You will all be in our prayers to ease the pain of your loss. Try to bring forth memories of the good times whenever he comes into your mind. This should help ease the pain of the loss of a very good man.
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