Both Amanda Renai Miner, 21, and Linda Mychelle Miner, 12, of Earlsboro, are holding hands with God as of Friday, Jan. 8, 2016.

Both Amanda Renai Miner, 21, and Linda Mychelle Miner, 12, of Earlsboro, are holding hands with God as of Friday, Jan. 8, 2016.

Amanda Renai was born into this world Dec. 18, 1994, in Shawnee to Daril and Clara Miner.

She attended Earlsboro Public Schools and online high school.

Amanda worked at the Shawnee Walmart in the bakery. She loved animals and had a special fondness for dogs and horses.  Amanda loved to read, write stories and enjoyed jogging with her siblings. She truly believed in the power of prayer.

Linda Mychelle Miner was born into this world Dec. 10, 2003, in Seminole to Daril and Clara Miner.

Linda was a sixth grade student at Tecumseh Middle School where she played the trumpet in band and hung out with her friends. She was also in vocal music and loved to sing and dance around the house. She was a member of Earlsboro First Baptist Church. She always had a smile on her face.

They were preceded in death by grandparents, Robert and Noma Kilgore and Richard and Bonnie Miner.

Although Linda and her sister, Amanda may be gone from this earth, they are both rejoicing in the Kingdom of Heaven.

Those left to cherish their sweet memories are their parents, Daril and Clara Miner of the home; sister, Musytta Miner of the home; two brothers, Justin Miner and Daril Montana Miner of the home; grandmother, Debbie Kellie; aunt and godmother, Janice Kilgore; aunts, Mary Arnold, Phyllis Kilgore, Tina Martin, Iris Church and Amber Langston; uncles, Richard and Maggie Kilgore, Kirby Kilgore, Richard Miner and Randell Miner; and other extended family and friends.

Memorial services will be 11 a.m., Saturday, Jan. 16, at Tecumseh Alumni Center with Pastor Mark Streetman, First Baptist Church in Earlsboro, officiating under the direction of Cooper Funeral Home of Tecumseh. Following the services a reception will be at the Tecumseh First Assembly of God, 104 S. Fourth Street, Tecumseh.

To share memories, or to sign the guestbook online, go to www.cooperfuneral.com.