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Trinity Ruth Stewart
Submitted by: Tim Dotterer

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Trinity Ruth STEWART

Cherokee Municipal Cemetery

Funeral services for Trinity Ruth Stewart, 16, were at 2 PM Tuesday at the Cherokee High School Auditorium with the Rev.'s Virgil Eubanks and Floyd Conaway officiating. Burial was in Cherokee Municipal Cemetery directed by Goodwin Funeral Home. She died in an auto accident Sunday, September 5, 1992, near Ingersoll.

She was born July 25, 1976, to Teddy Wayne and Rose Mary Stout Stewart in Enid. She attended Helena Goltry Public Schools until March 1991 when she attended Chisholm. She was a Junior at Cherokee High School at the time of her death.

She was active in FFA and the State High School Rodeo Association. She was secretary of the Junior Auxiliary of Oklahoma Rural Letter Carriers and played basketball at Helena Goltry and Chisholm. She was a member of the Yewed United Methodist Church.

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