Alan Barnett Rooks

Alan Barnett Rooks

February 12, 1964 - August 9, 2016

Alan Barnett Rooks

February 12, 1964 - August 9, 2016


Alan Barnett Rooks, age 52, passed away on Tuesday, August 9, 2016 at LaConte Medical Center in Sevierville, Tennessee.

Alan was born on February 12, 1964 in Ocala, Florida to Ralph Fred Rooks and Betty Weiss Brown. He worked for several years as the general manager in the family sand pit business.
Alan is survived by his mother, son, siblings and several other family members.

Cremation Society of Tennessee is assisting the family with the arrangements and online condolences may be made to the family at

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3 responses to Alan Barnett Rooks

  1. I am so sorry for your loss. Alan was so handsome and had such a beautiful smile. He just had this way about him. Our families were brought together by church. My Grandfather (Rev. William F. Todd) and my dad (Rev. Paul Todd) were pastors at a small church in Old Homosassa, Florida. I usually sat behind Alan in church and I looked forward to going to church so I could see him.. His granny lived across the street from us in Old Homosassa and Alan and I would always run around the neighborhood together. When we got older we dated for a little while and Alan gave his heart to the Lord and was baptized by my Grandfather. My family loved Alan and always said he came from a good family. My dad was offered a position at a church in Indiana, so we moved and then moved to Oklahoma and then we moved to California. I remember staying in touch with Alan and I remember Alan calling me in California asking me to come home. After four years in California we moved back home and besides my Grandparents, the first person I wanted to see was Alan. We did not get married to each other, but we always remained friends. I still to this day count it an honor to have known and loved Alan. I will miss him deeply. With deepest sympathy, Ruth Todd Jones

  2. Lit a candle in memory of Alan Barnett Rooks

  3. My little brother, I love an miss you. There are so many wonderful memories we shared together. I take comfort in knowing that you are free and at peace. There are no words to say what my heart feels. Your “sis” Deena

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