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The family asks that any memorial contributions made IN MEMORY OF VIOLET BURNETT be given to: USD 368 ENDOWMENT ASSOCIATION. THANK YOU!
- - -The family asks that any memorial contributions made IN MEMORY OF CLIFFORD BURNETT be given to: AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY. THANK YOU!
The family asks that any memorial contributions made IN MEMORY OF SINTHA ANDERSON be given to: ATHENA ART SOCIETY. THANK YOU!
- - -The family asks that any memorial contributions made IN MEMORY OF DAVID ANDERSON be given to: USO and/or NRA. THANK YOU!
Michelle Antoine Burnett
(October 1960 - October 1960) Michelle Antoine Burnett was our brother whom we never met. Michelle was born premature and died less than a week after his birth at the hospital on base. He was buried at the cemetery on base as well. We have no remaining family records of him. We intend to inquire through the US Embassy and US Department of State as to any records that may remain. Toul-Rosières Air Base (French: Base aérienne 136 Toul-Rosières) (ICAO: LFSL) is now a reserve French Air Force base. It is located in the Meurthe-et-Moselle département of France, 10 miles northeast of the city of Toul, on the west side of the Route nationale 411 (N411) Highway about one mile southeast of Rosières-en-Haye. When we lived there, our father was assigned to the 50th Tactical Fighter Wing, which was based at Toul-Rosières Air Base from1956-1960.
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Penny Lynn Burnett Reindl
(July 1, 1957 - February 9, 2012) Penny Lynn Burnett was the sixth child of the nine total living children of Violet Lorraine Jackson Burnett (1924-2012). She was born in Aurora, Colorado on 1 July 1957. She departed this life on 9 February 2012 at her home in Leavenworth surrounded by her devoted husband, Bill; her loving family; and, many of her closest friends. The family asks that any memorial contributions be made to the American Cancer Society. Thank you for your support.
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Keith Duane Burnett
(May 12, 1964 - March 19, 2013) Keith Duane Burnett, 48, of Leavenworth passed away on the last day of winter, March 19, 2013. Born on May 12, 1964 and raised in Paola, Kansas, Keith was the youngest child to Violet Lorraine Jackson Burnett and Clifford LeRoy Burnett. Keith will be remembered as an out-going man who loved his family and children, including his numerous nieces and nephews. A veteran of the US Air Force Military Police Force, he worked in several careers including law enforcement, the airline industry, and most recently, the railroad industry as a Conductor for Burlington Northern Sante Fe. A talented man of intellectual curiosity and athletically gifted (he was an avid golfer), Keith will be most remembered as a loving person with a big heart who suffered from depression during his later years. The family asks that, in lieu of flowers, contributions be made to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Thank you for your support. - - -
RICHIE PRATT (March 11, 1943 – February 12, 2015, born Richard Dean Tyree) was an American jazz drummer. He embarked upon a career as a professional musician on the New York scene in the early 1970s, it was as much due to an unanticipated sporting injury as anything else. Pratt was born into a musical family (his mother was a church pianist and a brother is saxophonist, Chris Burnett) and grew up in the Kansas City metro city of Olathe, Kansas. He first studied music via the piano, as well as, attended various music camps as a youth prior to attending college as a music major at the University of Kansas.