of Searcy, AR
November 15, 1956 - December 19, 2021
Harry LeWayne Brooks, 65, of Searcy AR was called home to be with the Lord Sunday, Dec. 19th, 2021.Harry was born Nov 15th, 1956 in Searcy, AR to Hanford (Buddy) Brooks and Minnie Lou Davis. He was a graduate of Searcy High School and spent many years as a mechanic and truck driver.He married Judy Manor Brooks April 28, 1978 and they were blessed with three children, Laura Nichols (Kevin), Julie Lambert and Houston Brooks.He is survived by his 3 children, grandchildren Kyndall Lambert, Kolton and Kolbie Nichols, two sisters Beverly Barnett and Susan Flowers as well as multiple family members.Harry was preceded in death by his parents and his precious wife followed in death 2 weeks later.Combined visitation will be Thursday, Jan 6th 6-8pm at Roller Daniel Funeral Home. Services will be Friday Jan 7th 2pm at First Assembly of God Church in Searcy AR. Burial will follow at Kensett Cemetery.In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to The Harry and Judy Brooks burial fund at First Community Bank.Online Guestbook: rollerfuneralhomes.com/searcy
We've known Harry & Judy for a lot of years. The highway won't be the same without Harry....You both will surely be missed. Prayers for the family.
Harry graduated a year behind me. Could not believed he moved to. Mount Pisgah Road. I was around your mom more after they moved there. My heart goes out Laura, Julie, Houston, Susan, Regina, as well as other family members. May you be blessed with many great memories. Praying peace and comfort.
Harry was such a good guy, kind and funny. I didn’t know Judy, but my sincere condolences to their children and grandchildren. May they Rest In Peace. Praying for the family.
I am so sorry for your loss. Thing of you during this difficult time.
I knew Harry for many years!! He was a good man!! He and Judy will be missed!! Prayers for all their family!!
We are sending prayer up for you all. The memories I have of Harry are him being a whoot and I know marty thought the world of him.
So sorry for your loss.I have fond memories of Harry and I has kids, playing with Debbie and a Steve Sterling at their house near Camp Wildwood in the 60’s.
To the family of Harry and his wife Judy, we are sorry for your loss. I remember Harry from school, he was in my class. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and friends during this time of grief. May God comfort and give you peace. Condolences, David
Sending comforting prayers