Laura Ellen Cunningham 10-1987 Submitted by: Tim Dotterer
The funeral for Laura Ellen Cunningham, 31, will be at 2 PM Thursday in the Cherokee First Baptist Church with the Rev. LaRoi Woods officiating.
Burial will be in Cherokee Municipal Cemetery with Goodwin Funeral Home in charge of arrangements.
She was killed Sunday afternoon in a traffic accident near Alva. She was born at Fort Sill July 31, 1956, to Col. Carl and Henriana Merriott Smith. She attended schools both overseas and in the United States, including Cherokee High School in 1971 while her father was in military service.
She and Roger Cunningham were married in January 1975. They lived near Waynoka.
In addition to her husband Roger, she is survived by two children, Melissa Ann and Jeremy Aaron, both of the home; her parents of Enid; two sisters, Lee Ann Spence, Dallas, Texas, and Holly Sue LaBombard of Tsaile, Arizona. She was preceded in death by two infant brothers.
A memorial fund for the children is being established. Donations may be made through the funeral home.
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