January 19, 1950 ~ September 6, 2022
Born in: Plantation Rose Hall, Guyana
Resided in: Loganville, Georgia
Lennox Archibald was born to the late Nursalim and Kathleen Archibald in Plantation Rosehall, East Canje, Berbice, Guyana on January 19, 1950. He was an American Hero!
In 1972, Lennox joined the United States Army and in 1974, he joined the Peace Corp. He was blessed with a large and loving family. He met the love of his life Conceicao (Concita) while serving in the Peace Corp in Brazil, and they married in May 1975. Shortly after they were blessed with the birth of their first son, Anthony (Tony). Six years later, Lennox relocated to Atlanta, GA, and their family of four was complete with the birth of their daughter, Andrea.
Lennox found tremendous pride and happiness with his wife, children and especially his grandchildren, his siblings and many nieces and nephews, and friends. He enjoyed sports, he played cricket, and coached his children soccer.
Lennox worked with Novartis/Ciba Vision, where he retired.
Lennox is survived by his wife Conceicao; his children, Tony and Andrea; their spouses, Sharon and Kelvin; grandchildren, Anthony (Tonio), Angelina, Jonathan (Johnny), and Kelvin Jr (Kj).
He is also survived by his brothers; Alfred, Ivan, Leonard, Roy, Solomon and Christopher; his sisters, Irene, Savitree and Leno.
Lennox is preceded by his father Nursalim and mother Kathleen Archibald; brother Aswarnauth; sister Zena; nephew Navin.
Lennox will be dearly missed by all that had the honor to know him and to our Beloved Father, Grandfather, & Uncle we say, “We are forever grateful, our life is better because of you,MISSION ACCOMPLISHED
Visitation: September 14, 2022 4:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Wages & Sons Gwinnett Chapel
1031 Lawrenceville Hwy.
Lawrenceville, GA 30046
Funeral Service: September 15, 2022 10:00 am - 11:00 am
St Lawrence Catholic Church
319 Grayson Hwy
Lawrenceville, GA 30046
Georgia National Cemetery
1080 Scott Hudgens Dr.
Canton, GA 30114
Alan and Bibi Persaud
Anita and Chandra
I am sure I would have enjoyed meeting Lennox, that smile says it all… proud husband, father, brother and family patriarch with a zest for life in service of others.
On behalf of the Armada Power team we are sorry for your loss.
Our Dearest Concita, Tony and Andrea, uncle Nizaam and myself sends our heartfelt condolences. Lennox aka Babzo was a stalwart ,a devoted husband, a loving Father, grandfather Son, Brother, brother-in-law, friend etc. He will live in our hearts always. We have the fondest memories of him from his 1st entrance into New York in 1970. He was our Bestman, our roommate, our confidant, our advisor, our friend and most of all he was a brother to both of us . We remember when he joined the army in 1972, we went to Fort Dix with him, and later he joined the Peace Corp, and subsequently went to Brazil. On his return to New York with his beautiful Brazilian wife we became roommates again. After his move to Atlanta and with encouragement from him we also joined him there. He has had a fulfilling journey and has touched the lives of so many people with his kindest and generosity. His memories will remain with us always. His work on earth is done and is now in the company of Angels. We will miss him. Sleep on our dear, Brother Babzo.
To the entire family, my deepest condolences. Concita sending love. Lennox
was a wonderful man and friend. So generous and genuine was his caring toward others. Your family embraced me with warmth and memorable fun times. Lennox had a joyous spirt. God continue to bless you and your family as you celebrate a life well lived. His peace be with you!
Mr Archibald May You Rest In Heaven. May God Bless the Family.
Uncle Lennox we always had a good time with you and aunty Concita and your funny jokes .. you truly be missed and all the visits to Florida . Forever resting my dear uncle
Oma and jack
Rest easy friend.
Zaid, Listra, Donna, and Kurt C. Gopaul