Berry Lynnhurst Funeral Home & Lynnhurst Cemetery

2300 West Adair Drive, Knoxville, TN


Randall W. Brooks

October 31, 1940December 1, 2019

Randall Wood Brooks, age 79, went home to be with our Lord and Savior on Sunday, December 1, 2019. Randy was born on October 31, 1940 and lived in Fountain City, Tennessee, where he also lived at the time of his passing.

Randy was predeceased by his father, Harry Walker Brooks and his mother, Sarah Elizabeth Chambers. He is survived by his wife, Joni Green Brooks and his children, Daughter, Kathryn Lyn Brooks Rich and her husband, Gregory Rich; his daughter, Julie Ann Brooks; his son, Harry Walker Brooks and his wife Kimberly Green Brooks.

Randy’s first love was his Savior, he loved talking of the things of God; he also loved being an Attorney and he enjoyed and appreciated his Friends and Co-workers. Randy will be deeply missed by all who knew him.

In lieu of flowers please send donations to Chilhowee Hills Baptist Church, 4615 Asheville Hwy., Knoxville, TN 37914


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Jim Ripley

December 6, 2019

A fine man. A fine lawyer. A friend. We will miss you!!

Christy Parton

December 4, 2019

I am reminded of Randy each time I look at my daughter. He and God are the reason we were able to adopt our beautiful daughter. Just when my husband and I thought all hope was gone I will never forget when Randy looked at me and asked me where was my faith. Randy was not just a great attorney he was far more than that. Randy was a great man of God! I loved listening to him talk about the Bible. He was so knowledgeable when it came to Gods word. Randy was a friend, a mentor, a believer,a great achiever and most of all my brother in Christ. He will be greatly missed. I am assured that I will see him again one day soon. I could never repay him for the gift of life he helped my family receive as our attorney. With Christs love I will see you again my friend.

Becky Lloyd

December 4, 2019

Randy, was my big brother. He was 18 years older than me. He was also my Brother in Christ! I remember him playing with me as a little girl. Gotcha Last, was never ending!

When Jesus drew Randy to Himself, he made sure his little sister knew Jesus, too. I was 13. He challenged me to study and know the Word of God myself and I joined his family at their church.

The seeds of God's truth, Randy sowed, have made eternal impacts for many.

My prayers and love are with Randy's immediate family, today, and until Jesus calls each of us home to be with Randy and others who have gone before us. That will be a celebration we will never forget!

Zeb Daniels

December 3, 2019

Randy was a Godly man and we enjoyed talking with him about Jesus as well as our interest in Nascar, when we had Christmas get togethers around the fire at Joni’s Dad’s home. God Bless Cousin Joni and Aunt Betty and all Family and Friends.

Charles C Green

December 3, 2019

Randy was married to my cousin Joni for over 40 years and I considered him a good friend. He loved God and he helped me and my whole family get saved by Gods grace too. He will be missed and I pray for Joni and the family.