Robert Brooks

Obituaries for June 16, 2022; Jerry Hancock, Roger Teague, Robert Johnson, Ruby Bors, Evelyne McFarland, Betty Goyer, Daniel Lanier-Goltz, Webster Whinery, Russell Burrows, Robert Brooks, Dave Daily, Steve Jeffrey

Jerry Thomas Hancock, 62, of Jasper, Georgia passed away Monday, June 13, 2022 at Piedmont Hospital Atlanta. Survivors include his mother, Betty Hancock of Hinton; daughter and son-in-law, Lenora and Mitchell Wilson of Hinton, Angela and Isssac Bridges of Nelson; daughter, Chelsey Hancock of Jasper; stepdaughter, Megan and Roy Dallas of Fairmount; stepson, Cory Green of Ohio; brothers and sisters-in-law, Robbie and Tina Hancock, Charles Hancock, Richie and Paula Hancock, Joey Hancock; sister and brother-in-law, Nancy and Perry Richardson; brother-in-law, Terry Easley; 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren.

Robert Brooks

Robert Brooks was born on April 23, 1958 to Gertha East Brooks and Sonny Brooks in Noxubee. He died Friday, April 15, 2022 at his home in Little Rock. Loved ones who preceded him in death were his wife, Veronica Franklin; his toddler daughter, Tequila Brooks; parents, Gertha and Sonny Brooks; three brothers, Billy Joe, Bobby Joe and Jimmy Brooks; sisters, Ernest Marie (Skate) Jamerson and Gertha (Red) Bryant; a nephew, Harry James McClendon Jr.; a niece, Evangeline Jamerson; and three great-nephews, Justin Fields, Tristan Smith and De’Taevias Cooper.
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Robert Brooks, 89

Robert William Brooks, business owner and family patriarch, died peacefully on Friday, April 1, 2022. He was 89 years old and affectionately known by those who loved him best as The Geeze. Bob was born on October 31, 1932. The Geeze lived life on his own terms with humor and charm so it’s probably no coincidence he entered this world on Halloween and left on April Fool’s Day.

FalconStor Software, Inc. (FALC) CEO Robert Brooks on Q4 2021 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

FalconStor Software, Inc. (OTCQB:FALC) Q4 2021 Earnings Conference Call March 9, 2022 5:00 PM ET. Vincent Sita - CFO, Treasurer & Principal Accounting Officer. Thank you for joining us to discuss FalconStor Software's Q4 2021 and full year 2021 Earnings. Todd Brooks, FalconStor's Chief Executive Officer; and Vincent Sita, Chief Financial Officer, will discuss the company's results and activities, and we'll then open the call to your questions.

We Salute You: Robert Brooks

NewsChannel 13 salutes Navy Electrician's Mate Robert Brooks of Northville. He served on the USS Franklin D. Roosevelt Aircraft Carrier (CVA 42) onboard the ship from 1968-1972 and in the Reserves from 1972-1981.


Robert (Rob) E. Brooks was born on December 2, 1957 in Winfield, KS and passed away on November 6, 2021 in Newton, KS. Rob was a lifelong mechanic and enjoyed working on big diesels in particular. His knowledge of vehicle engines was vast and many sought out his advice. He enjoyed life and had a special place in his heart for babies and older folks. Rob had a great sense of humor and was known to pull pranks.

Robert Brooks Wins Palouse City Council Race By One Vote

Robert Brooks defeated Leslie Jo Sena for a Palouse City Council seat by one vote. The final 13 vote by mail ballots from this month’s general election were counted by the Whitman County Auditor’s Office Tuesday afternoon. The only small taxing district levy measures that failed in Whitman County were...

Robert Brooks, auctioneer who bought Bonhams and a racing driver who helped to revive Goodwood’s motorsport tradition – obituary

Robert Brooks, who has died following a long illness aged 64, was a charismatic auctioneer and businessman who became a director of Christie’s aged only 27; at 33 he founded his own company, Brooks Auctioneers, which grew so rapidly that it was in a position to acquire Bonhams in 2000, followed by the UK operation of Phillips and Butterfields in the US.

Robert Brooks: ‘It could be worse’

Concerning Nick Grabbe’s guest commentary on May 21 (“Why so much hate for these buildings),” he seemed to be trying to make the case, to justify, that notwithstanding some negatives, there is a net gain for the town from these five-story eyesores (my characterization). His conclusion apparently is, “It could be worse!”