Liam Rex Oakley came into this world a beautiful 7 lbs 2 oz with a head full of beautiful dark brown hair. From the moment he came into his world we loved him more than we ever thought possible. He went through more than most people go through in a lifetime with surgeries and hospital stays, but he did it with a smile on his face. He was such an easygoing and loving baby who rarely cried. He would light up wiggling and giggling when he saw his mommy, daddy, and brother (Collin). Collin loved his brother from the moment he found out he was going to be a big brother. He KNEW he was going to have a brother and he would often refer to Liam as “my baby”. Collin will miss playing with his brother the most.
Liam will be remembered and missed by many. A hole has been left in everyone’s heart who ever met him, but we all feel so lucky to have had the almost 7 months of loving him. He will be remembered by his mother and father, Heather and Jacob Oakley, his brother, Collin Oakley, maternal grandparents, Timothy and Allison Gault and Helen and James Warner, paternal grandparents, Tracy and Linda Oakley, aunts and uncles, Shannon and Johnathon Robert, Missy and Forrest-Anne Oakley, Lucas Oakley, TL Oakley, Caroline Oakley, Isabel Oakley, Riley Oakley, Mckenzie Oakley, and Great Grandparents, Sandy Tylka and Sharon Oakley, Maurice and Ann Gault, Bruce and Frances Ramsey, and his cousin Ethan Robert.
Public viewing will be held Monday from 9:00 am to 10:30 am at Mulhearn Funeral Home in West Monroe, LA.
Services will be graveside at 11:00 am on Monday at Hasley Cemetery, 1500 Arkansas Rd, West Monroe, LA 71291.