Lyvianna Adageyudi Lozano
”2022 - 2022”
nor speak of me with tears,
but laugh and talk of me as if I were beside you,
I loved you so
twas Heaven here with you.”
Our precious little angel, Lyvianna Adageyudi Lozano, went to her heavenly home on Thursday, February 17, 2022.
She was born on February 17, 2022 to her parents, Britney Bostater and Tristan Lozano.
She is preceded in death by her 4 great-grandpas, Lonnie Crow, Joe Jones, Bill Hicks, and David Goins; 2 second cousins, Kendal Kirby, and Kenny (Joe Joe) Jones; and 1 great-uncle, Rodney Tacker.
Our sweet Lyvianna is survived by her parents, Britney Bostater and Tristan Lozano; her 2 siblings, Mila Duffield and Mykiah Lozano; grandparents, Miranda Spicer, William Bostater, Kerry Lozano, Alvin Kirby, Greg Jones and Beth Jones; great- grandparents, Ruthie Crow, Kathy Hicks, Johnny Spicer, Vicky Kern and Judy Goins; 3 aunts, Alexis Campbell, Watosha Lozano and Allie Jones; 5 uncles, Chase Jones, Colby Jones, Seth Bostater, Camron Bostater, and Leevi Bostater; 10 great-aunts, Angie Tacker, Sheryl Jones, Jean Hicks, Jessica Hicks, Maegan Hicks, Nancy Goins, Megan Spicer, Matracia Spicer, Teresa Harding and Debbie Allen; 7 great-uncles, Mike Kerr, Kenny Jones, Darrel Jones, James Hicks, Billy Hicks, Jeff Cordray and Jack Allen; numerous cousins and extended family.
Lyvianna’s family visitation to greet friends will be held on Sunday, February 27, 2022 at Lawson’s Funeral Homes & Cremation Service, 311 W. Gray St., Jay, OK 74346.
Lyvianna’s Celebration Of Life Funeral Service will be held on Monday, February 28, 2022 at Piney Baptist Church, Jay, OK with Pastor Jess Jones officiating. Her procession will follow to Piney Cemetery, Jay, OK. Lyvianna’s burial will be at Piney Cemetery, Jay, OK.
Arrangements are entrusted to Lawson’s Funeral Homes & Cremation Services, 311 W. Gray St., Jay, OK. 74346 with Shaunda J. Lawson, 3rd Generation Owner/Funeral Director and Staff.
Resource: Lawson’s Funeral Homes
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