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Denver Thomas Brooks

March 16, 1987 March 21, 2022
Denver Thomas Brooks
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Obituary for Denver Thomas Brooks
Denver Thomas Brooks, age 35, resident of Blair, passed away on Monday, March 21, 2022.

Denver was born on March 16, 1987, in Bellevue, Nebraska to Thomas Brooks and Rebecca (Shoup) Malseed. He grew up in Nebraska and attended school there through the 7th grade. Denver then moved to Blair, Oklahoma and graduated with Navajo High School's class of 2006.

After working in Altus for a short time, He joined the United States Air Force where he was employed as an aircraft maintenance technician. During his military career, he was stationed at Kirtland AFB, New Mexico and Offutt AFB, Nebraska. Denver was deployed to many places across the world, throughout the 10-year span of dutiful service to his country. After honorably discharging from the military, Denver returned to Oklahoma and resumed to the country life that was such a big part of who he was,

He worked on the "A-Team" at Altus Air Force base for a while as a civilian, then relocated to Columbus, Ohio where he worked for SERCO.

Outside of work, Denver loved all things outdoors. He especially liked noodling, camping, hiking, and bonfires. He also loved trucks, aircraft, and nature, which were all part of the country lifestyle that he was so passionate about. Denver was also a talented photographer. He had an amazing gift of being able to capture the perfect moment.

In addition, Denver was an active member of the Warren Fire Department and an avid football fan. His favorite teams were OSU Cowboys and the Nebraska Cornhuskers. Denver brought joy to those around him and never met a stranger. His laughter, outgoing spirit, and gentle demeanor will never be forgotten.

Preceding him in death are his paternal grandparents, Ercel and Vera Brooks; his maternal grandfather, Royal Shoup; his sister, Laura Brooks; his aunt, Sandy Brooks; and his uncle, Royal Stephen Shoup.

He is survived by his son, Isaac G. Brooks of Macon, GA, his father, Thomas Brooks of Plattsmouth, NE; his mother, Rebecca Malseed, and her husband Marshall(Mitch) of Blair, Oklahoma; his grandmother, Arlene Shoup of Altus Oklahoma; his sisters, Amanda L. Brooks of Oklahoma City; and Jonni E. Brooks of Orlando, FL; a step-sister: Christina D. Malseed of Willits, CA; a step-brother: Clayton S. Malseed, of Lillian Al, as well as a host of other relatives, co-workers, and friends.

Visitation will be from 6:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. Thursday, March 31, 2022, at Lowell - Tims Funeral Home, Altus, Oklahoma.

Funeral services will be 5:00 p.m. Friday, April 1, 2022, at Lowell - Tims Funeral Home Chapel, Altus, Oklahoma.

Lowell-Tims will provide a live webcast of the service beginning at 4:58 p.m. Friday, April 1, 2022. Go to and click on Denver Brooks website memorial. There will be a blue tab that says "watch webcast" inviting you to join the webcast.

The Brooks family invites you to leave a message of condolence, expression of sympathy, or perhaps share a memory of Denver at

Services have been entrusted to Lowell - Tims Funeral Home and Crematory, Altus, Oklahoma.
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6:00 PM 3/31/2022 6:00:00 PM - 8:00 PM 3/31/2022 8:00:00 PM
Lowell Tims Funeral Home & Crematory

1100 E Tamarack Rd
Altus, OK 73521

Lowell Tims Funeral Home & Crematory
1100 E Tamarack Rd Altus 73521 OK
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5:00 PM 4/1/2022 5:00:00 PM
Lowell Tims Funeral Home & Crematory

1100 E Tamarack Rd
Altus, OK 73521

Lowell Tims Funeral Home & Crematory
1100 E Tamarack Rd Altus 73521 OK
United States

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