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Alan D. Burke - Year Assigned 1979 VIEW PROFILE

Alan D Burke

Born:        27 Feb 1957

Passed:    13 Feb 1997

Paper: The Augusta(GA)Chronicle

Mr. Alan Dean Burke, 39, of 134 Maple Creek Drive, Martinez,
died Thursday, Feb 13, 1997, at his residence.
Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Millen Cemetery,
Millen, Ga., with the Rev. Don Cooper officiating.
Mr. Burke, a native of Richmond County, was the owner and operator
of Al's Computer Parts & More. He served six years in the Air Force.
Survivors include his wife, Melissa B. Burke; a brother, Ryan Burke, Millen;
and his paternal grandmother, Lessie Burke, Millen.
Memorials may be made to Cokesbury United Methodist Church,
2005 Windsor Springs Road, Augusta 30916.
The family will receive friends from 7 to 9 p.m. today at
Crowe-Fields Funeral Home, Millen.

Anyone having contact with Al's widow (Melissa) , please have her contact Stan Miller, (910) 922-4383.  Al was my best friend while stationed in Germany.

I had the honor of sharing 2010 Thanksgiving dinner with Al's (Ex Wife) Pam "Burke" Gilbertz.  Al and Pam were my best friends in Germany. Thanksgiving Morning, Pam and I visited Al's grave and paid respects to our deceased Enrouter.   Al,  you are gone, but never forgotten.

Stan Miller - Webmaster

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02/21/10 12:49 PM #1    

Stanley Miller (1980)

Al Burke, I was very saddened when I learned of your passing.  We shared many wonderful memories while at Rhein Main. I treasured having lunch with you, back in the early 90s in Augusta (GA). Al, you are truly missed. You were always there. Thanks for the wonderful memories. 


Al & Pam "Burke" Gilbertz were my BEST friends in Germany. We traveled many places together.  I cherish the memories we all share. 

I had the pleasure and honor in sharing 2010 Thanksgiving with Al's EX wife Pam "Burke" Gilbertz. Pam and I visited Al's grave on Thanksgiving morning.

Alan "AL" Burke, you are gone, but never forgotten. Rest in Peace my friend.

Friends always.

Melissa, it was an honor hearing from you. I remembered you from our meeting and dinner in the early 1990s. Al was my best friend and share many wonderful memories.  I would enjoy hearing from you again.


Stan Miller (Webmaster)

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