Brooke (Ashley) Tomlinson

Born: Sat., May 26, 1984
Died: Tue., Dec. 15, 2015

Celebration of Life

4:00 PM Fri., Dec. 18, 2015
Location: South Lexington Baptist Church

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Ashley (Brooke) Tomlinson was born in LaGrange, Georgia May 26, 1984 and passed away on Monday December 14, 2015. She was preceded in death by her father Eddie Ronald Tomlinson.
Brooke was the one that lit up a room when she walked in and was the life of the party. She had a contagious laugh and a beautiful smile. She was loved by all and made friends with everyone she met. Her world revolved around her children. She loved them more than life itself as they loved her.
Brooke is survived by her beloved children Jaiden, Kyndal and Bentley. Other surviving family members are her mother Joyce Yocum and husband David, brother Eddie Tomlinson and wife Ashley, sisters Rebekah Lovett and husband Mike, Bridget Ilisie and husband Chad and many loving family members.
A celebration of her life will be held at 4pm on Friday December 18, 2015 at South Lexington Baptist Church in Lexington, SC. The family will receive friends and guests following the service.

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Melissa House
   Posted Thu December 17, 2015
Please know that I truly do love you I am so glad j got to get to know and love you like sister. I remember you saying that the one this you was greatful for and thanked Gee for was meeting me but j as well thank La Brown for that he is who brought you in my life never thought you would just be gone one day but you finally seeing those people you wanted to see. Your dad La I miss you I sit on the porch everyday waiting on you and the baby's know you will always be in my heart you are a true Angel now who anm I gonna get to celebrate those Clemson pride with me only new one other die hard fan like me

Lynne Davis Robinton
   Posted Fri December 18, 2015
I'm am so sorry for your loss, my deepest condolences to her family, and her beautiful children!
she is at peace and in no more pain! Rest easy beautiful Brooke! I know this is a trying time for her family & children, Things will get better in time, but never forget her beautiful smile that lite up a room! She will be in your hearts forever! R.I.P BABY GIRL!
Love and Peace. Lynne

Gwen Smith
   Posted Fri December 18, 2015
Joyce my heart goes out to you , and I know you are hurting just know God will walk with you every step and I pray you find comfort in HIS love . If you need anything I am just a phone call away .

Timothy Omally
   Posted Fri December 18, 2015
Prayers for your family on such a loss! Brooke was truly an amazing person

Angela Brown
   Posted Sat December 19, 2015
I was shocked and saddened to here of Brook's death., I find myself thinking of you and your family and how much we will all miss her. I am comforted because I am one of the lucky ones whose life was touched by this very special woman. I join you and the many others who will miss her, but I remain grateful still for having known her. However, as they say, the one who is adored the most by the God, is the one who achieves eternal life. We will miss Brook, and we will cherish all the happy memories we had with her. Please be strong and try to cope with this difficult moment for her kids. Please accept my sincere condolences, My love and sympathy to you and to her kids.

May she rest in peace.
Love Angela

R Brown
   Posted Sun December 20, 2015
I am sorry to hear of the loss of your daughter Brooke. It is not natural to bury our children. We expect our children to bury us. That is why the Bible calls death an enemy. It is especially an enemy when it strike someone dear to us. The Almighty God is going to get rid of death once and for all. The Bible promises: "And the last enemy, death, will be brought to nothing." (1Corinthians 15;26) The Bible gives us hope that one day our dead loved ones will be brought back to life. (John 5:28,29, Revelation 21:4) I hope this message will help you cope with the loss of your loved one.

Emily Gains
   Posted Sun December 27, 2015
I am so sorry for the loss of your daughter, it is not a natural thing for us to lose someone. I truly hope you can find some comfort in Gods word. Romans 15:4 reminds us that the bible was written for us and threw the pages we can find comfort and hope. God promises there will be a time when you will see your daughter again, but under the conditions that he intended in the beginning. John 11:39-44, job 14:13-15, john 5:28,29. May you find comfort in these promises


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