Brooklyn Taylor Krohe
January 30, 1997 - January 31, 2020
On Friday, January 31, 2020, heaven gained a beautiful angel named Brooklyn Taylor Krohe. “Brooks, GC, Brookalina, B-Nasty Krohe” was 23 and from Middletown, DE. She was surrounded by her family and many close friends.
Born in Newark, DE on January 30, 1997, she was a daughter of Kim Scott and Frank Krohe, Jr. and sister to Jessica Krohe. Brooklyn grew up in Delaware, where she graduated from Middletown High School in 2015. Through the years, she won many awards which included the Fire Prevention, Stacking competition and because of her creativity, she won many Halloween contests with her original costumes. She was currently employed by Shellhammer’s in Newark, DE.
When Brooklyn walked into a room, everyone knew she was present because of her gorgeous smile. Brooklyn enjoyed the beach, video games, playing washers and loved her beloved family boxer, Charli. She was so funny and enjoyed being feisty and making people laugh which included her signature dance. She finally found her calling in life, being a hero. Multiple individuals struggling to live a normal, healthy life now can because of Brooklyn and her awe-inspiring generosity of being a donor. We personally would like to thank the amazing staff in 3E at the Christiana Hospital as we couldn’t have asked for a better team to take care of Brooklyn as well as Brooklyn’s family and friends.
In addition to her parents and sister, Brooklyn is survived by her maternal grandparents, Francis and Mary Anne Scott; paternal grandmother, Ginger Ulrich; paternal great grandmother, Ginny Ulrich; and grandfather, Frank Krohe, Sr. (Sandy); aunts, Krista Scott (Kevin O’Neill) and Kelly Scott; uncles, Mike Krohe (Kristyn) and John Krohe (Colleen); and cousins, Allie and David Sullivan, Reilly, Brendan and Reagan.
A Celebration of Life for family and friends will be held from 3 pm until 7 pm on Saturday, February 8, 2020, at IBEW-Local 313, 814 W. Basin Road, New Castle, DE. Interment will be held privately.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in Brooklyn’s memory to the Gift of Life Donor Program, 401 North 3rd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19123.