Miguel Lavor Finney © Stillwell Democrat Journal
May 23, 2007
Submitted by: Martha Real
Miguel Lavor Finney, son of Christina Finney and Joshua Brannon was born on April 18, 2006 in Stilwell, Oklahoma. He departed this life on May 12, 2007 at one year of age.
Miguel was a very happy and loved baby by his friends and family. He was always happy and enjoyed a lot of attention. You could just look at him and he would start laughing. He was beginning to learn how to walk and his first words were Ma Ma and Da Da. Miguel had a little toy monkey that he would step on to make a noise because he didn't know how to push it. This always made him laugh. He liked to play patty cake and look at himself in the mirror.
Miguel is survived by a loving mother, Christina Finney; his father, Joshua Brannon; one sister, Kashia Finney; three brothers, Octavian, Coalton and Fabian Finney; his grandparents, Carolyn and Ralph Kinyon and Danny and Joy Brannon; two aunts, Sherry Gatewood and husband, Chris, and Lisa Finney; five cousins, Kristina, Miranda and Cynthia Gatewood and Josiah and Zachary Finney.
Graveside services were held Thursday, May 17, 2007 at Caney Cemetery with Bro. Jeff Brown officiating. Burial was under the direction of Hart Funeral Home.
Note: Christina Finney told us that her child Miguel, was killed when their house burned. There was nothing in the Stilwell Democrat Journal, our local paper, about the house burning and how this precious little child was killed.
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