Samuel “Stoney” Stuteville

March 9, 2009

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Bandido Samuel “Stoney” Stuteville of Orange, Texas died last Wednesday in Nacogdoches. He died of injuries he suffered when an 18-wheel tractor trailer rig driven by Jesus Puente of Laredo pulled out of a driveway in front of him.

Stuteville tee-boned the truck and was pinned under the back wheels until help could arrive. He was pronounced dead at Nacogdoches Memorial Hospital. No charges have been filed against the truck driver.

Stuteville was born in Big Springs, Texas.

Remembered By

He is survived by his wife, Marcia; his father, Paul; his step-father, Dewie Kizer; his daughters, Alicia, Lindsey and Dana Rodriguez; his son, Jeremy Minter; his grandson Bladen Collins; his sister, Paula Stuteville; numerous nieces and nephews and his club brothers.

Final services were Sunday, March 8 at the Claybar Funeral Home Chapel in Orange.

Samuel “Stoney” Stuteville was 49-years-old.

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