Brian Hooks

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  • "I'm gonna miss you beautiful smile and happy personality...."
    - Kyla York
  • "My brother Brian was the most Loving, compassionate, funny..."
    - Lisa Stringfellow
  • "RIP Brian, We will never forget you. Mark,Angela & Hunter"
    - Mark Rather
  • "I am very sorry that this happened to your family I am..."
    - Mason Brummett
  • "Prayers for the family. You are in our thoughts. God..."
    - brenda vanveckhoven
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Brian Hooks (aka Flyin Brian or Tater), 33, passed away suddenly in an accident Wednesday, Nov. 1, 2017.
Brian was born Dec. 28, 1983 in Oak Ridge.
Brian was born and raised in Dutch Valley, and graduated from Clinton High School in the class of 2002. He worked construction with Braden Framing, and worked for Lamar Outdoor Advertising. Brian attended Big Mountain Baptist Church.
He loved dirt track racing, hunting, playing Bingo, fishing. He also loved outdoor sports with his kids. Most of all Brian loved spending time with his family, joking, laughing and coaching his daughter.
Mr. Hooks was preceded in death by his mother, Lois Hooks; grandfather, George Hooks; grandparents Dealis and Billie Taylor; and nieces, Megan Elizabeth Stringfellow and Angel Craig.
He is survived by his wife, Kristie Hooks of Oliver Springs; children, Madison and Mason Hooks of Oliver Springs; father, Jackie Hooks of Dutch Valley; grandmother, Imogene Hooks; brothers, Anthony Hooks and wife Candice of Oakdale and John Hooks and wife Brooke of Oliver Springs; sisters, Lisa Stringfellow and husband Brett of Powell, Trisha Seeber and husband Chris of Clinton, Becky Craig and husband Jimmy of Dutch Valley; and father and mother-in-law, Wayne and Melissa Braden. Brian is also survived by nieces and nephews, Zach and McKayla Stringfellow, Cody and Kindall Seeber, Selena, Trevin, Skyliah and Corbin Hooks, Tracy, Sarah, Shawn and Tyler Craig, Brook and Colton Hooks and Riley Grace Braden; brother-in-law, Chris Braden and wife Natalie of Oliver Springs; a host of family, friends and close friends, Howie Bean, Little Bobby Crass, Darrell Mitchell and Dylan Roberts.
The family received friends on Saturday, Nov. 4, 2017, from 5-7 p.m. at Premier Sharp Funeral Home. Funeral services were held Sunday, Nov. 5, 2017, at 2 p.m. at Premier Sharp Funeral Home with a graveside service following in Little Community Baptist Church Cemetery. Pastor Gregg Overton and Mike Hooks officiated the services.
Premier Sharp Funeral Home has been honored to serve the Hooks family. An online guestbook is available at

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Published in Morgan County News from Nov. 8 to Nov. 14, 2017