Fannie Mae Hall & Charles Holmes Stuteville
Thier Obituaries are on this page, below.
He has two tombstones
see closups below
Van Alstyne - Services for Mrs. Fannie Mae Stuteville, 81-years-old
Van Alstyne housewife who died Sunday at Wilson N. Jones Hospital, will
be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Flesher Funeral Home Chapel.
Arnie Gripp of Sherman will officiate and burial will be in Van
Mrs. Stuteville was born in Hagerman, Okla., a daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph H. Hall, and married Charlie H. Stuteville in 1928 in Durant,
Okla.She was a member of Jehovah's Witnesses Kingdom Hall of Sherman.
Surviving are her daughters, Charleen Enstrom of Rock Island Ill.,
Patty Ann Gariepy of Waco and Laura Van Hooser of Plano; sons, K.L. "Birgie"
Stuteville of Howe and Bill Stuteville of Plano; foster son, Carl E. Vawter
of Van Alstyne; brothers, Garland Hall of Sherman and Guy Hall of Oklahoma
City; and 16 grandchildren.
Pallbearers will be grandsons, Michael Enstrom, Curtis Enstrom,
David Enstrom, Eddie Ward, Alan Gariepy, Randy Van Hooser, Steve Stuteville
and Kevin Stuteville.
The family will be at the funeral home from 7 to 8 p.m. Monday and
other times at the family residence, 591 N. Main St.
STUTEVILLE FUNERAL SET FOR SATURDAY
Van Alstyne - Funeral will be 2 p.m. Saturday at the First Baptist
Church for Charles Holmes Stuteville, 59, who died 5 p.m. Thursday.
Rev. Jimmy Duckworth, pastor of the First Baptist Church, will officiate.
Burial will be in Van Alstyne Cemetery under direction of Flesher Funeral
Mr. Stuteville was born Dec. 15, 1897 in Trenton. He was a
member of the First Baptist church.
Survivors are his wife, three daughters, Mrs. Kenneth Enstrom of
Illinois, Patty Ann Stuteville and Laura Mae Stuteville, both of Van Alstyne;
two sons, Kenneth L. stuteville and Billy Joe Stuteville, both of Van Alstyne;
two sisters, Mrs. Gill Sudderth of Leonard and Mrs. J.F. Guyer of Houston;
five brothers, G.C. Stuteville of Whitewright, L.C. Stuteville of Whitewright,
L.C. Stuteville of Van Alstyne, Grady Stuteville of Long Beach, Calif.;
J.A. Stuteville of Dallas and Overton Stuteville of Florida.