Lullavee Brooks Meriwether
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Lullavee Brooks Meriwether

Clarksville - Lullavee Brooks Meriwether was raised on College Street in Clarksville by her parents, George W. Brooks, longtime principal of Burt High School, and Edith Brooks, a teacher at Cobb Elementary School.

As a youth, Lullavee attended Burt High along with her older brother, George W. Brooks Jr. She experienced a loving community at Burt. After graduating in 1958, Lullavee attended the illustrious Howard University in Washington, D.C.

Lullavee married her hometown sweetheart, Jerrol Rozanne Meriwether, and moved to Chicago to raise two children, son Rozanne and daughter Candi.

For years, Lullavee worked for the U.S. Postal Service and the Internal Revenue Service, where she met special friends with whom she remained close for decades.

Lullavee was always a vibrant, engaging and inviting conversationalist who loved to discuss her passions — news, culture, African-American history and social justice, education, music and travel. We will miss her camaraderie, devotion and true friendship.

She leaves to cherish her memory her family, Rozanne, Candi, nephew George III, devoted cousins and many dear friends.

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Published in The Leaf Chronicle from Jan. 21 to Jan. 22, 2021.
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January 24, 2021
To the family of Lullavee : My heartfelt sympathy goes to you. I never met her. I only met George. I worked with Edith at Cobb School and we became "before school talking buddies". My late husband, Coach Lathon, worked at Burt. May God continue to bless each of you.
Nellye Lathon
January 23, 2021
May your hearts soon be filled with wonderful memories of joyful times together as you celebrate a life well lived.
Maxine Caldwell Johnson
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