Trumbull lawmakers want to plant a tree for Army private, Trumbull High grad, killed in Tennessee car crash

State Reps. Tony Hwang (R-134), David Rutigliano (R-123) and Lawrence Miller (R-122) and State Sen. Anthony Musto (D-22) along with the Connecticut Fallen Heroes Foundation have asked the Town of Trumbull to plant a tree in honor of Army Private Cheyenne Seymour, 18, a  Trumbull High School graduate who was killed in a car accident in Tennessee. The tree would be provided at no cost to the town. Seymour, a supply clerk of the 102nd Quartermaster Petroleum Supply Company stationed at Fort Campbell, Kentucky, was one of graduates singled out during the school’s 2004 commencement ceremony.

The Connecticut Fallen Heroes Foundation is a state volunteer organization dedicated to “Always Remembering” the brave Military Service Members from Connecticut who made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty for our freedom.