Tijuana A. Brandon of McLoud, Oklahoma, formerly of Moore, Oklahoma, left this earth and received her angel wings on July 12, 2019. As she slept, the Cardinal angels picked her up and they flew away peacefully after a long battle with cancer. Tijuana was 67 years young. She was born on June 15, 1952 in Blanchard, Oklahoma, to Charles and Dessie Adams-Longman.
Tijuana was blessed with two daughters, Cheri Bolz and Julie Daniel, and with three grandchildren, twins Christian and Sage McCarron, and Sahara Bradley.
Tijuana had a strong love for her daughters and grandchildren and enjoyed every moment of watching them grow, learn, and experience life. She spent many hours watching their ballgames, recitals, shows, and any other event they were involved in. Tijuana loved the outdoors and anything that involved getting her hands dirty such as making mud pies and cardboard forts with her grand kids, gardening, fishing, riding bikes, boating, traveling, softball, and working on her farm. Tijuana was an avid book reader who read anything from the newspaper to instruction manuals. She dearly loved JD Robb novels. Tijuana instilled her love for reading into everyone. She loved and donated regularly to OETA Public TV and the Joyce Meyer Ministry.
Tijuana was proceeded in death by her father, Charles Adams, mother Dessie Longman, and sister Jeanette Ward.
She is survived by her daughters, Cheri Bolz and wife Kristen of McLoud, Oklahoma, and Julie Daniel of Westfield, Indiana, grandchildren Christian McCarron and Sahara Bradley of Westfield, Indiana, Sage McCarron of Moore, Oklahoma, and sister, Tia Bolz and husband Henry of Blanchard, Oklahoma.
Tijuana will be extremely missed on this earth but we are reassured by our faith in Jesus Christ that Heaven received a gentle, beautiful soul who will be watching us from above.