Jennifer Lynn Stovall
”1975 - 2004”

    Jennifer Lynn Stovall

      Jennifer Lynn Stovall
      WOODBURN, Ore. -
      Jennifer Lynn Stovall, 29, of Woodburn, Ore., formerly of Tiff City/Wyandotte area died March 8, 2004 at her home after a sudden illness. ms. Stovall was born July 17, 1975 in Claremore, OK to Tommy Ray and Rhonda (Fanning) Stovall, she has lived in Woodburn since she was six years old moving here from the Tiff City/Wyandotte area. She was a graduate of the Woodburn High School and was a clerk for Wal-Mart in Woodburn.
      Ms. Stovall was of Seneca-Cayuga, Wyandotte and Miami Tribe of Indian heritage.
      Survivors include: Father and Step-mother, Tommy Ray and Vickie Stovall of Wyandotte; Mother, Rhonda Fanning Garcia of Woodburn, Ore.; three sons, Marcos Aguilar, Joaquin Cornejo and Diego Fernandez all of Woodburn, Ore; daughter, Maritsa Hernandez of Woodburn, Ore.; brother and sister-in-law, Shawn and Vallerie Stovall of Wyandotte; stepbrother, Amos Easley of Wyandotte; half sister and brother-in-law, Tashima Stovall Harris and Jeremiah Harris of Wyandotte; half sister, Amanda Sanchez of Woodburn, Ore.; Grandfather and Step-grandmother, Don and Darlene Fanning of Miami; step-grandparents, Homer and Stella Snell of Grove; Great grandparents, Troy and Cecil Peacher of Miami; three nieces, two nephews, several aunts and uncles also survive.
      Native American graveside services will be held at 2:00 p.m., Sunday, March 14, at the Bassett Grove Cemetery southeast of Wyandotte under the direction of the Guilford-Thomas Funeral Home, Miami. Ronnie and Brian White will officiate.
      Pallbearers will be David Scott, Edward Mershman, Sammy Buckalew, Leslie (Mutt) Howard, Matt Nuckolls and Leroy Howard, Jr. Honorary Pallbearers will be Derrus Donahue, Dustin Donahue, Trampes Cook and Shane Cook.
      Ms. Stovall will lie in state at the home of her father southeast of Wyandotte Saturday evening.
      Resource:Grove Daily Sun 4/3/2004

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