Spencer Dewayne Middlebrooks, Jr. “Junior” was born in Nashville, Tennessee to Spencer Dewayne Middlebrooks, Sr. and Nikisha Maria Middlebrooks on September 29, 2003. He was a member of Hart Street Church of Christ. He attended Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools from Kindergarten though Middle School. He was a senior at LaVergne High School. In addition to being a high school student, he briefly worked at Publix and he also helped manage his family’s business, Gordon’s Chicken.
Junior was a devoted son to both Spencer and Nikki and a dedicated big brother to his sister, Niviya. He had many hobbies which included spending time with family and friends, running his YouTube Channel – CO2 Froztty, he enjoyed cooking unique dishes, and he was working on a big and tall clothing line. Most recently, he was working out and juicing. He enjoyed driving and was working toward getting his license. Junior was a true gentleman who always had a warm smile and a joke or two. He loved helping others and was always The Voice of Reason to his peers and family. He was loved by many and he never met a stranger. Junior spoke of international travelling, in particular to Belgium. Junior was looking forward to attending Motlow State Community College with a major in Business Management.
He is preceded in death by uncles, James E. Bailey and Charles E. Gordon.
He leaves to cherish his life and memory Spencer Sr. and Nikki Middlebrooks (parents), Niviya Middlebrooks (sister), Otto Middlebrooks Sr. and Elizabeth Gordon (grandparents), Joyce Hicks (grandmother), Shanita Hill, Nakia Gordon and Naomi Gochette (David) (aunts), Otto Middlebrooks, Jr., Adarius Middlebrooks, Michael Hunter, Sr. (uncles), cousins: Martecio and Briahanna Hill, Cordell Gordon, Kenora Johnson, Travis Johnson, Juwan Davis, Jalen Jernigan, Ryan Miller, Makyla Gordon, Michael (Mikey) Hunter, Jr., Mya Hunter, Nashawn Hunter, Brandon Gordon, Jonathan Gordon, Jeremiah Love, Michelle “Gracie” Middlebrooks and a host of cousins, other relatives and friends too many to mentionPrint Obituary & Condolences