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Stew Jerrah Blevins dies in hometown

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Former yacht crew Jerrah Blevins died on Nov. 1 in her hometown of Tulsa, Oklahoma. She started her career in yachting in 2012 and worked on yachts of 80-100 feet as stew, chef, deckhand and mate. She was 41.

Ms. Blevins’s experience included motoryachts Never My Love, an 84-foot Marlow, All Rumors, an 84-foot Ferretti, Lorak, an 82-foot Monte Fino, and Sorridente, an 95-foot Azimut.

Early in her career she worked as delivery crew on motoryachts Inevitable, a 105-foot Westship, Ziacanaia, a 78-foot Ferretti, Christina, an 80-foot Hatteras and Georgia, an 85-foot Ocean Alexander.

Ms. Blevins previously had a residential, commercial, and new construction cleaning business in Oklahoma, was a board-certified cosmetologist, and held a bachelor of science degree in interior design from Oklahoma State University.

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