Chapel of the Chimes Mortuary

7924 North 59th Ave, Glendale, AZ


Rebecca Lynn Brooks-Boynton

April 24, 1962August 25, 2020

Rebecca Lynn Brooks-Boynton peacefully joined her dad and brother in heaven on August 25, 2020 with her husband by her side. Rebecca was born to Elmer Oakley Brooks and Cora (Siler) Brooks on April 24, 1962 in Manchester, Kentucky.

Rebecca leaves behind her mother, Cora Brooks; husband of twenty five years, David W. Boynton; daughters Danielle Lynne Saxton and Shannon Marie Brooks; son-in-law, John Franklin Saxton Jr; grandchildren, Taylor Nicole, Carlie Michelle, and John Bubba Saxton; brother Ronald Dewey (Sandra Lynn) Brooks; cousins Kalep Siler and Leilani Bowman; and nieces and nephews whom she adored beyond measure.

She is preceded in heaven by her father, Elmer Oakley Brooks; brother and his wife, Timothy Lee and Leanna June (Turner) Brooks.

A Celebration of Rebecca's life will be held at Chapel of the Chimes Mortuary on Saturday September 19, 2020 at 10:00am.

The family requests that you try and write down your favorite story of Rebecca to be read at her Celebration.

As I sit in heaven and I watch you everyday, I try to let you know with signs that I never went away. I hear you when your laughing and watch you as you sleep I even place my arms around you to calm you as you weep. I see you wish the days away begging to have me home, so I try to send you signs so you know your not alone. Don't feel guilty that you have life that I was denied to me. Heaven is truly beautiful just you wait and see, so live your life laugh again, enjoy yourself and be free then I know with every breath you take you'll be taking one for me.


  • A Celebration of Life

    Saturday, September 19, 2020


Rebecca Lynn Brooks-Boynton

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Elisa Siler

September 6, 2020

When we came back to Arizona from Kentucky in 1982. Becky was so good to me. She and Gary would take me along with them after church and we'd go different places. They were so kind to me. I have never forgotten that. Rest in peace my sweet cousin. I love you.


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