“She Believed She Could, So She Did.” ~R.S. Grey
Brooke packed so much life into her 25 years. She spent her first seven weeks in the hospital nursery and the next 1325 weeks never looking back. She loved showing livestock but never did just the minimum. Over the years she showed goats, sheep, horses, cattle, cats, chickens, dogs, pigs, rabbits and even a fish. As she got older, she found more joy in helping younger 4-H and FFA members succeed than in winning herself.
Once Brooke met you it didn’t matter if she had just seen you yesterday or a year ago, she always greeted you with a smile, shiny blue eyes and originally blonde hair, she loved to give hugs. She loved music and dancing even in the middle of the barn while fitting livestock. When she wasn’t in the barn she shared her grandmother’s love for books. No matter where she was headed, a book could be found in tow.
Brooke graduated from West Texas A&M with a degree in Agricultural Communications and a degree in radiology from Amarillo College. But she found her true passion when she joined Operation Homeport as a Navy Child and Youth Program Specialist at the Navy base in Bethesda, Maryland.
Brooke’s mother Georgia A. Younglove would like to invite family and friends to join in a Celebration of Life for Brooke at the Burn’s Town Hall on Saturday, August 26, 2023, at 5:30 p.m. This time of remembrance will include dinner. A memorial fund has been set-up with the Wyoming FFA Foundation.