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Enid Morning News
Enid, Oklahoma
June 1, 2005
Submitted by: Jo Aguirre

A graveside service for Terry Lynn Harris Guinn, 47, of Holdenville, formerly of Muskogee, will be 1 p.m. today in Green Leaf Cemetery, southwest of Tahlequah. The Rev. Greg Hall will officiate. Arrangements are by Hills-Ely Funeral Home, Medford.

She was born Dec. 31, 1957, in Muskogee to Roy and Gipsie Vance Harris and died Wednesday, June 29, 2005, at Heritage Villege, Holdenville.

She attended school in Warner and worked at the Coke plant and Earl's Barbeque in Muskogee.

She married Ronnie Dale Guinn July 16, 1983. They moved to Holdenville in 2003. She attended the Baptist Church as a youth.

Surviving are her husband, Ronnie, of the home; two sons, Coby James Fry of McAlester, and Hank Joshua Bell of Holdenville; one brother, Jackie Don Harris of Medford; and one grandchild.

She was preceded in death by her parents and one daughter.

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