Kentra Fay Ginder 09-1986 Submitted by: Tim Dotterer
Services for Kentra Fay Ginder, 14, were at 10 AM Saturday in the Cherokee High School auditorium with the Rev. Gene Spillman of the First Christian Church in Cherokee, and the Rev. LaRoi Woods of the Assembly of God Church in Alva, officiating.
Ginder died Thursday morning in an Enid hospital from injuries suffered in an automobile accident.
Burial was in the Cherokee Municipal Cemetery directed by the Goodwin Funeral Home. The Order of Rainbow for Girls held graveside services.
Ginder was born April 20, 1972, in Enid, to Mark and Jeanne Ginder. She attended Cherokee school and was a freshman at Cherokee High School at the time of her death.
She was a member of the Oklahoma Honor Society and was listed on the Principal's Honor Roll. She also participated in basketball and was a member of the Cherokee Lady Chiefs. She was named to the Jet – Nash Junior High All Tournament Team and was selected Outstanding Guard at the Dale Basketball Camp in 1985 in 1986.
Ginder also participated in track, was a grade school and junior high school cheerleader, and a member of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes.
She played alto saxophone in the Cherokee High School marching, concert and stage bands and was a member of the marching band flag corp. She participated in Tri – State solo and ensemble competition and was a junior high chorus member.
In addition, she was a member of the First Christian Church in Cherokee and the Order of Rainbow for Girls. She was serving the Order as Service at the time of her death.
Ginder was preceded in death by her paternal grandmother, Fae Ginder.
Survivors include her parents; two brothers, Travis, and Bo, of the home; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Smart, Guthrie, and paternal grandfather, Bill Ginder, Cherokee.
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