Brooklyn Angelique Vincent

December 16, 2006 ~ August 14, 2013

Brooklyn Angelique Vincent 6, of Sulphur passed away at The Childrens Hospital in New Orleans on August 14, 2013. Brooklyn loved being outside jumping on her trampoline, swimming, motorcycles, and playing with all her Hello Kitty dolls. Brooklyn is survived by her parents, Kevin and Cheryl Wilks Vincent of Sulphur; brother, Brody Vincent; four sisters, Graisson Vincent, Tori Vincent, Kaylee Vincent and Kayla Hooper all of Sulphur; maternal grandmother, Angela Broussard and maternal grandfather, Melvin Wilks. Funeral services will be held on Monday, August 19, 2013 at 3 p.m. at Johnson and Robison Funeral Home with Rev. Ken Sifford officiating. Burial will be at Farquhar Cemetery in Sulphur under the direction of Johnson and Robison Funeral Home. The family will receive friends on Monday, August from 9 a.m. at the funeral home until time of the service. In lieu of flowers donations to the family may be made for final expenses.

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  1. Brooklyn was such a JOY to be around and take care of! The memories of her beautiful face riding in the car around the nurses station asking for stickers, or just wanting to chat with the staff, will forever stay with me. She was an angel on earth and a true fighter. She will be sadly missed by ALL of the staff at WCH. May she be with God free of pain and suffering and always look down upon your family with that gorgeous smile. May God bless and surround all of your family in this time of sorrow.

  2. Vincent family, You do not know our family, however I have been keeping up with Brooklyn through Teddy Nall on Facebook. I don't know the grief you are experiencing. I can't even begin to imagine. But what I can say is that I know Brooklyn was very special to many people. Keep your heads up and your sights on the Lord. He is your calm, your peace, and your provider.

  3. Our deepest sympathies are with y'all in this time. Our Brooklyn Bear is flying with the Angels and she is not in pain and she is playing with all the ones that have proceeded her. We love y'all and we know that y'all will get through this.

  4. You were a very brave, strong, happy, little girl! Fly high baby girl we love you very much and you will always on our minds!

  5. There are no words I can offer to ease an ache that reaches beyond the heart deep into the soul. I pray our Lord Jesus can grant you peace at this time. I heard a saying once, "God did not cure me, but he healed me." That precious angel has been healed. No matter how bad or crazy my night was Brooklyn was always a bright spot. I will forever think about her whenever I see Hello Kitty, zebra print, and painted nails. She touched so many of us with her courage, infectious smile and perky personality. She will be one of those patients that will remain forever in my heart. Last time I cared for her she told me she loved me and we said it back and forth as I headed down the hall and we could not hear each other anymore. That is one of my most treasured memories of all my years in this profession God Bless you as you face your new normal.

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