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Trey Allen Seward, age 19 of Yale, went to be with Jesus on March 7, 2017. Funeral services will be held at 10:00 a.m., Saturday, March 11, 2017 at the Homer Ray Gymnasium in Yale. Pastor Mike Clark and Pastor Mark Jackson will officiate. Interment will follow at Lawson Cemetery, Yale, OK.
Arrangements are entrusted to Palmer Marler Funeral Home, Yale, Ok.
Trey was born on February 9, 1998 in Cushing to Richard and Laura (Spyres) Seward. He grew up in Yale, graduating from Yale High School in 2016. Trey was a member of the Yale FFA and served as Vice-President his senior year. He loved showing his pigs and his steer. Trey and his mom enjoyed special bonding time together going on walks and to the movies. They also went to his first O.U. Football game together his senior year. He was an avid O.U. Football Fan. Trey and his cousin Dalton enjoyed working for their grandparents at the car lot, and even learned to play Dominoes. They lived together in Stillwater where he worked for the Post Office as a rural route carrier and they also enjoyed playing games on their play station. He attended the Church of God. Trey liked spending time with his younger brother and sister, Marley and Sam.
Trey is survived by his parents Laura Morphew and husband Jeff of Yale, Richard Seward and wife Taylor of California, brothers Sam Keeton of Stillwater, Kendal Morphew and wife Chelsie of Yale, Kaleb Morphew and wife Cheyenne of Jennings, sisters Marley Keeton of Stillwater, Jordan Seward of Ca., Kendrick Seward of Ca., niece Kymber Morphew, grandparents Carl and Barbara Hendrix of Yale, Penny and Richard Seward of Davenport, Jack and Lucille Morphew of Yale, and cousin Dalton Hendrix whom he loved like a brother, numerous Aunts, Uncles and other relatives and friends.
He was preceded in death by his Uncle Kirk Seward.
Condolences and online guest book are available atwww.palmermarlerfh.com
Published on March 9, 2017
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