Brandon Luke Earley

Brandon Luke Earley, age 17, of Reno, passed away unexpectedly, Friday, February 15, 2019.  Luke was a Junior at Rivercrest High School.  He was born, January 22, 2002, in Mt. Pleasant to Mikeal and Tonya McGuire Earley.  Luke was a member of the Cowboy Church of Paris.  He cherished all of his family and friends. He had a huge Godly heart of gold and loved everyone he met. He never met a stranger.  Anytime he saw you he would give you a big ole hug and probably a hard time to go with it. He was the biggest “prankster” and loved clowning around with Kody in the “Yellow Rose.” He loved to have a good time. He had an infectious smile, laugh and personality that would light up a room. Luke had a passion for big trucks and heavy equipment that was indescribable. Since he was little he loved talking to the truck drivers on a CB. He loved his diesel trucks and rolling that coal.

 

He was preceded in death by great grandparents, Vernon and Virginia Earley, Bill and Lucille Marr, Calvin and Jewel Henderson, Floyd and Eula McGuire; great uncles, Paul Marr and John Mark McGuire; and a cousin, Tyler Henderson.

 

Funeral services are set for 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, February 19, 2019, at the Love Civic Center in Paris with Rev. Don Shovan and Rev. Duane Hamil officiating.  Burial will follow in Lone Star Cemetery under the direction of Clarksville Funeral Home.

 

The family will receive friends an hour before service time at the Love Civic Center.

 

Pallbearers are John Wayne King, Seth Coughran, Blair Bowmer, Bubba Simpson, Ben Hutchinson and Kyle Baird.

 

Honorary Pallbearers are Dewayne Tucker, Layne King, Carlton Alley, Logan Henderson.

 

Luke is survived by his father, Mikeal Earley and wife, Keitha of the Lone Star Community; his mother, Tonya Pendleton and husband, Kacy of Reno; grandparents, Roger and Linda Earley of Rugby and Floyd and Betty McGuire of Clarksville, Frank and Margaret Joplin of Clarksville, Glenn and Linda Adams of Mt. Pleasant and Thurman and Brenda Russell of the Lone Star Community; three brothers, Dylan Earley, Kreese Pendleton and Landon Bevins, and numerous cousins and extended family.

 

The family would like for donations to be made to the Luke Earley Scholarship Fund, 4100 Hwy. 271, Bogata, Texas 75417.

 

Memories and condolences may be added at www.clarksvillefuneralhome.com .