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Alan D Burke                                                  

Born:        27 Feb 1957

Passed:    13 Feb 1997

Paper: The Augusta(GA)Chronicle

ALAN D. BURKE
COMPUTER STORE OWNER
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 flymiller@mindspring.com



 
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09/11/16 03:34 PM #1    

Stanley Miller

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) 435thomsenroute@gmail.com


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