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Etta Faye Bone Stutts
© Amarillo Globe News
January 1998

CLOVIS, N.M. - Etta Faye Bone Stutts died Wednesday, Jan. 21, 1998.
Memorial services will be at 2 p.m. today in Trinity Methodist Church. Arrangements are by Steed-Todd Funeral Home.
Mrs. Stutts was born in Hobbs, Texas. She was a member of Trinity United Methodist Church and several other organizations. She was a past Worthy Matron of Order of Eastern Star Keystone Chapter No. 27.
She married Thomas Gilbert Stutts in 1926. He died in 1984.
Survivors include five children, Lawrence Stutts of Clovis, Nona Zimmerman of Mojave, Calif., Leora Goodwin of Concordia, Kan., Glenda Richardson of Lawrence, Kan., and Sherlyn VanCampen of Vici, Okla.; twin sisters, Ruby Green of San Jon and Ruth Hopewell of Dallas; 14 grandchildren; and 16 great-grandchildren.
The family will be at 916 W. Yucca. They request memorials in lieu of flowers be to the Heart Association or a favorite charity.

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