Daniel William Brooks, Sr.

Sunrise: December 28, 1945

Sunset: September 24, 2020

Daniel William Brooks, Sr. was born December 28, 1945 to the late George P. Brooks and Sarah Brooks Cason. He is preceded in death by his late wife, Sandra Jean Brooks; two brothers, George Pete, Jr. and Leroy Brooks.

He received his early education at Seatach Elementary School and then Princess Anne County. He worked over 50 years doing construction work. He always smiled when he came around and had something to joke about. He enjoyed fishing,
hunting and sports.

He leaves to cherish his memory his son, Daniel Williams Brooks, Jr.; three daughters, Sabrina (Robert), Latasha (Christopher), and Danielle (Salim); 9 grandchildren, 5 great grandchildren; two sisters, Lenora Odom (Joseph), Frances Price and a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends and a longtime companion, Mrs. Winnie.

No Public Viewing Memorial Service WATCH SERVICE LIVE ONLINE Thursday, October 1, 2020 2:00pm Metropolitan Funeral Service 7246 Granby Street Norfolk, VA 23505 The family is following the CDC and State of Virginia guidelines for funeral attendance

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    LaVerne Grier Jones says

    Sorry to hear Mr. D passed. He is out of pain and Blessed to be with our Lord.

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    Ethel Cason Spain and family says

    Please know we share with you the grief of your loss Daniel was a bundle of joy and laughter he will be missed by all who knew him. Our prayers are with the family.

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      Leslie Benjamin says

      Sending condolence to you Junior and your sisters I will keep y’all in prayer Keep trusting God.

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    Shirley M. George says

    Danielle, Salim & Family. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers during your loss. May your beautiful memories, faith, family and friends help you through your loss. May the Lord continue to bless, keep and be with you.

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