Brooklyn Ariel Faulkner
Brooklyn Ariel Faulkner, infant daughter of Stephen and Shannon Faulkner of Culpeper. She was born September 12, 2014 and received her angel wings shortly thereafter surrounded by her loving family at Martha Jefferson Hospital.
In addition to her parents, Brooklyn left to cherish her memory her maternal grandparents, Mark and Kate Tharpe, her paternal grandmother, Beverly Vernon, paternal grandfather, Raymond Griffith (and Frances), her aunts Tonya Searfoss, Katlyn Tharpe, Kelly Frazier and Hannah Vernon, her uncle Marcus Tharpe, and her maternal great grandmother, Lillian Frazier, as well as a host of other family.
She was preceded in death by her great grandparents, John and Alice Tharpe, Waverly Frazier, Katie Thompson and Marvin Faulkner.
A Memorial Service will be private.
An online guestbook is available at www.ryanfuneral.com
Daddy, please don’t look so sad, Mama please don’t cry ~ “Cause I am in the arms of Jesus and He sings me lullabies.” Please try not to question God, don’t think he is unkind, don’t think He sent me to you, and then He changed His mind. You see, I am a special child, and I’m needed up above. I’m the special gift you gave Him, the product of your love. I’ll always be there with you and watch the sky at night, find the brightest star that’s gleaming, that’s my halo’s brilliant light. You’ll see me in the morning frost, that mists your window pane. That’s me in the summer shower, I’ll be dancing in the rain. When you feel a little breeze, from a gentle wind that blows, that’s me, I’ll be there, planting a kiss on your nose. When you see a child playing and your heart feels a little tug, that’s me, I’ll be there, giving your heart a hug. So Daddy, please don’t look so sad, Mama don’t you cry. I’m in the arms of Jesus and He sings me lullabies.
Ryan Funeral Home of Ruckersville, VA is handling the arrangements.