Vincent Carnet Brooks, 51 of Easton, MD, departed this life on July 30, 2016 at Univ. of MD Shore Med Center at Easton.\n \n\n Born January 31, 1965 in Easton, MD, he was the son of Mary Brooks (Easton, MD) and Arthur Copper (Frances "Muffin") Cambridge, MD.\n \n\n Vincent attended the Talbot and Caroline County Public Schools. He was employed with various companies throughout Talbot County. Vincent realized early on how much he loved painting. He began seeking employment in the painting field. Vincent was considered an excellent painter. His last place of employment was Homer F. Bramble Company of Easton, MD before he became disabled in July 2014.\n \n\n His hobbies were listening to music and watching TV mainly scary movies and sports. His favorite teams were Baltimore Ravens and the Orioles. He loved barbecuing in his backyard. He would invite his family and friends over to simply hangout, shoot the breeze, telling jokes and just have a good time.\n \n\n Vincent was preceded in death by a brother, Arthur (Ardie) Brooks, maternal grandparents, Hattie and Elmer Brooks and paternal grandparents, Annette and Arthur Copper Sr.\n \n\n He leaves to mourn two sons, Vincent Brooks (Katrina), Baltimore, MD and Devin Adams (Cambridge, MD); a grandson, Vincent James Carnet Brooks; parents, Mary Brooks (Easton, MD) and Arthur Copper Jr. (Frances "Muffin"), Cambridge, MD; two brothers, Dallas Brooks Sr. (Patricia), Easton, MD and Thomas "Tommy" Johnson (Cambridge, MD); two sisters, Milisia Edwards (George), Bridgeville, DE and Lutrisia Warner (Philadelphia, PA); a uncle, John "Johnny" Copper (Lamithia), St. Michaels, MD; six aunts, Annette Tripp (Ivytown), Helena Copper ( Trappe, MD), Lilly Washington (Leonard), Hurlock, MD, Emma Copper (Cleo), Maidy Lawrence (Robert) and Phyllis Copper (all of Bridgeport, CT) and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. He also leaves a companion, Betty Johnson (Easton, MD), whom he loved dearly.