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Sue Jeffcoat Trammell

Fayetteville, AR, 1925 - 2014

Sue Jeffcoat Trammell, 89, died June 7, 2014 at Fayetteville, Ark. The daughter of Ruth Fielding Jeffcoat and Malley Jeffcoat, she graduated from Altheimer, Ark. High School. Prior to her marriage she resided in Pine Bluff, Ark., where she was an Executive Secretary for Arkansas Power and Light Company.
Her parents; a sister; a brother; and a nephew predeceased her. She is survived by her husband, Ray Trammell of Fayetteville; a nephew, Gary Huselton and wife Jeanie of Dallas, Texas; their children; nephews and a niece, and their children.
At a national convention out-of-state she was once introduced as "A True Magnolia Blossom of the South". Her personality created countless friends for her over the years and across the country.
As a long-time resident of Fayetteville she was prominent in many civic and governmental affairs. She was a Secretary for the Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce for several years. She served as a Jury Commissioner, a Juror, and as an Election Official for Washington County. She volunteered her services on behalf of the Fayetteville City Library, the Walton Arts Center, Central United Methodist Church, Washington Regional Medical Center, and Washington County Historical Society, among others.
On the campus of the University of Arkansas she was for many years the Sponsor of the student Law Wives Club of the School of Law, a member of, and Chapter Adviser for, Alpha Chi Omega Sorority, a volunteer for the Arkansas Alumni Association, and a member of the Faculty Wives Club.
She was a Washington County representative-member of the Committee of One Hundred which supports the Ozark Folk Center, Mt. View, Ark.
Burial was at Fairview Cemetery, Fayetteville in a private ceremony. A Memorial Service will be at a later date.
Appreciation is due to Dr. David Clay and Dr. Steve Wood and Special Caregivers Sharon Snell, Teresa Walters, Anita Martin, Cynthia Sugg, Bonnie Dobbs, Julie Hunton and Shaniya Keith. We want to express our gratitude to the people of Washington Regional Hospital Hospice.
Memorials may be made to the University of Arkansas Alumni Association, Central United Methodist Church of Fayetteville or the charity of your choice.
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Published June 15, 2014

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