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Alejandra (Ali) Sierra Aguilar

December 11, 1978 — March 18, 2024

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A celebration of life service will be held for Ali Aguilar, 10:00a.m., on Tuesday, April 2, 2024, at MMS-Payne Funeral Home Chapel.  Ali passed away on Monday, March 18, 2024.  She was 45.

Alejandra Sierra “Ali” Aguilar was born on December 11, 1978, in Tahlequah, to Alejo Aguilar and Carlis Hart.  Education held significant value in Ali's life. She graduated from Claremore High School with the Class of 1997 before pursuing a bachelor's degree at NSU. Her commitment to learning reflected her desire for personal growth and development.

Ali began working for Cherokee Nation two decades ago.  Throughout her 20-year career at Cherokee Nation, she held various roles, transitioning between leadership positions and providing invaluable executive support. She cherished her roots and found fulfillment in serving her community through her work with the Nation.

Beyond the confines of work and education, Ali was best known for her vibrant personality. She was the heart of every gathering, exuding joy and radiating positivity. Her wide circle of friends attested to her warm spirit and welcoming nature.

In her leisure time, Ali found joy in various activities such as traveling, attending concerts, and indulging in shopping sprees. Nature held a special place in her heart, particularly the serene moments by the lake or creek that brought her immense happiness. Above all else, Ali treasured spending quality time with her daughter, Sierra, and caring for her beloved cat.

Ali is preceded in death by her grandfather, Maurilio Sierra, her grandmother, Isabel Aguilar, her great-grandmother, Maggie Martin, and her uncle, Antonio Sierra. She leaves behind a legacy of love and cherished memories for those who survive her. Her mother, Carlis Hart; father, Alejo Sierra Aguilar and stepmother, Kay Aguilar; grandmother, Pauline Hilb; daughter Sierra Aguilar-Green; siblings Antonio Sierra Aguilar and wife Christina, Rosa Ballou and her husband Clinton, and Lavonne Cagle and husband Kenny; and nieces, Jazzmine, Kennedy, Rosalyn, Elise, Madison, and Ellie; numerous cousins and extended family members mourn the loss of a dear soul who touched their lives profoundly.

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Service Schedule

Past Services

Celebration of Life

Tuesday, April 2, 2024

Starts at 10:00 am (Central time)

MMS-Payne Funeral Home and Cremation Services-Claremore

102 W 5th St, Claremore, OK 74017

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