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Youngest Okla. tornado victims remembered by kin

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Marvin Dixon, the grandfather of 8-year-old tornado victim Kyle Davis, glances down at a photo of his grandson in the lobby of a funeral home where his grandson awaits burial, in Oklahoma City, Wednesday, May 22, 2013. Nicknamed "The Wall," Davis loved soccer and going to the Monster Truck exhibitions at the fairgrounds with his grandfather.

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Joshua Hornsby, the father of 9-year-old tornado victim JaNae Hornsby, sits for a portrait at his home in Moore, Okla., Wednesday, May 22, 2013. His daughter loved to draw, sing, and be a big sister and cousin to her younger relatives. She was killed when a huge tornado roared through Moore, Okla. on Monday, flattening entire neighborhoods and destroying her elementary school with a direct blow as children and teachers huddled against winds up to 200 mph. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)

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Antonia Candelaria was killed when a tornado struck Plaza Towers Elementary School in Moore, Texas on Monday, May 20, 2013.

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Eight-year-old tornado victim Kyle Davis poses for a photo while attending an Oklahoma University football game at Owen Field, in Norman, Okla. Kyle was killed Monday, May 20, 2013, when a huge tornado roared through Moore, Okla., flattening entire neighborhoods and destroying Kyle's elementary school with a direct blow as children and teachers huddled against winds up to 200 mph.

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JaNae Hornsby, who was killed when a tornado struck Plaza Towers Elementary School in Moore, Texas on May 20, 2013, was described by her father Joshua Hornsby as a "special baby" who made friends with everyone she met.

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Nine-year-old Sydney Angle was "everywhere at once" when she was out on the softball field. Kyle Davis, 8, was nicknamed "The Wall" because of his size and presence on the soccer field. JaNae Hornsby, also 9, was the life of the party. The three were among seven small children pulled lifeless from the rubble of the Plaza Towers Elementary School after a monstrous tornado raked across the building.
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    • Marvin Dixon, the grandfather of 8-year-old tornado victim Kyle Davis, glances down at a photo of his grandson in the lobby of a funeral home where his grandson awaits burial, in Oklahoma City, Wednesday, May 22, 2013. Nicknamed “The Wall,” Davis loved soccer and going to the Monster Truck exhibitions at the fairgrounds with his grandfather.
    • Joshua Hornsby, the father of 9-year-old tornado victim JaNae Hornsby, sits for a portrait at his home in Moore, Okla., Wednesday, May 22, 2013. His daughter loved to draw, sing, and be a big sister and cousin to her younger relatives. She was killed when a huge tornado roared through Moore, Okla. on Monday, flattening entire neighborhoods and destroying her elementary school with a direct blow as children and teachers huddled against winds up to 200 mph. (AP Photo/Brennan Linsley)
    • Antonia Candelaria was killed when a tornado struck Plaza Towers Elementary School in Moore, Texas on Monday, May 20, 2013.
    • Eight-year-old tornado victim Kyle Davis poses for a photo while attending an Oklahoma University football game at Owen Field, in Norman, Okla. Kyle was killed Monday, May 20, 2013, when a huge tornado roared through Moore, Okla., flattening entire neighborhoods and destroying Kyle’s elementary school with a direct blow as children and teachers huddled against winds up to 200 mph.
    • JaNae Hornsby, who was killed when a tornado struck Plaza Towers Elementary School in Moore, Texas on May 20, 2013, was described by her father Joshua Hornsby as a “special baby” who made friends with everyone she met.
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