Celebrating the life of Brandon Utah Levi Springfield
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Levi was born on January 12th, 2000 in Childress, Texas to Brandon Utah Springfield and Joannie Leona Tyson. He was raised and educated in Vernon, Texas, Hollis, Oklahoma, and finally Altus, Oklahoma; which he considered home. Levi attended Southwest Technology Center, Vo-Tech in Altus, Oklahoma where he was working on completing his GED while also gaining some college credits. Levi was a dedicated and loyal employee of Quartz View Meat Co. He was a proud follower of Jesus Christ. He was a member of Strong Tower where he sang in the choir and attended men's bible study. He loved to sing, make music, and read his bible. Levi was a connoisseur of art. He loved to look at fine art and collected art from all over the globe. Most of all, Levi loved people. Being near his friends and family was always his highest priority. He was an incredibly generous and loving individual who was always looking for ways to serve others, and enjoyed performing random acts of kindness to others.
Levi is preceded in death by paternal great grandparents A.H. and Wilma Jean Cornett; paternal grandfather Randall Springfield; maternal grandparents Lillian Jayne Baker, and Orval Tyson; paternal great-uncles Lindel Cornett and Mike Herrin; and maternal uncle Clayton Tyson.
Left to honor his memory are his mother Joannie Leona Tyson of Altus, Oklahoma; father Brandon Springfield of Hollis, Oklahoma; paternal grandmother Charlotte Y. Cornett Springfield of Hollis, Oklahoma; brother Erick Tyson; sister Stephanie Morris; niece Brooklyn Morris, nephews Hayden Tyson and Landon Tyson; aunts Cynthia Tyson and Rebecca Tyson; uncle Michael Tyson and wife Loren (Kendrix) Tyson; and several aunts, uncles, cousins and church family.
Levi gave joy and happiness to everyone he met, he will be greatly missed by many.
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