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Our History

Mr. Samuel E. Hooker (1924-2012) began Hooker Funeral Home in 1968 when he purchased the Roberts Ivie & Vance Funeral home. He was a noted embalmer and personable man with honorable character.

In his later years, Mr. Terrell Broady Sr. assisted in the embalming and funeral services with Mr. Hooker. He became a close family friend to the Broady family and wished Hooker funeral home to be under the Terrell Broady Funeral Home firm upon his passing. Since the absorption, Hooker Funeral Home is a full-service funeral home specializing in: Traditional and Personalized Funeral Services, Special Limousine & Transport Services, Funeral Program Design & Printing, Domestic & International Shipping, Pre-Plan Funeral Arrangements, Caskets, Vaults & Urns, Notary Public, Cremations, and Obituaries.

Sam Hooker

Terrell Broady, Sr.

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Terrell Broady Sr.

Terrell Andre Broady, Sr.  was born December 2, 1967 in Providence, Ky. He is the son of Santaniel and Carlene Broady. He was educated in Webster Co., Ky. He continued his education following his passion for Mortuary Science. He graduated at the top of his class from Mid-America College of Funeral Service obtaining his Mortuary Degree. He continued his education and received his BS Degree from Bethel University in Business Management.
Terrell holds a Funeral Directors and Embalmers license in Tennessee and Kentucky.
Terrell co founded Broady Brother's Funeral Home in 1989. In 1994 he went on to establish a venture on his own, Trinity Funeral Home in Paris, Tennessee. This venture led to him following his dream and opening Terrell Broady Funeral Home in 2003 in Nashville, Tennessee. He met many friends along the way and one who he looked up to was Samuel E. Hooker. He and Mr. Hooker formed a bond and this bond led to Terrell becoming the owner of Hooker funeral home in 2011.
He is a member of Lake Providence Missionary Baptist Church where he is a facilitator. He is a Life member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, NAACP, and a community leader.
He resides in Nashville with his wife Byrettia Lawrence Broady and they have 4 children, Marcus, Terrell, Jr., Bradley and Bethany Broady.