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A Light is Gone A light is from our household gone, A voice we loved is stilled. A place is vacant in our home Which never can be filled. We have to mourn the loss of one We did our best to save. Beloved on earth, regretted still, Remembered in the grave. 'Twas hard to part with one so dear, We little thought the time was near Farewell, dear one, your life is past, Our love for you till the end will last.

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  1. Blessed Woman Transitions to Join missed Family Members. To be there for The Younger Blessed ones. I salute her Beauty and Strength.

  2. I was truly blessed the day I was born to have such a wonderful Mother that was always there for me and taught me about the
    love of the Lord. She was such a Great example of what was right and truly lived each day for him. I will miss her each day of the rest of my life and look forward to seeing her again someday. Love You! Mom

  3. Iona Lawson wanted to say how very sorry she was to hear of Burelean’s passing. She was truly a wonderful person and she will miss her. She has the family in her prayers.

  4. Burelean,

    Thanks for being first Momma’s friend and then mine. Your love and friendship have meant so very much to me. All who have known you are, indeed, blessed. You will be in my heart forever. The Lord will help your family through this time and your love with your family forever.

    Wyneva Chenault-Flores

  5. As long as I live I will never know anyone with a kinder heart or a more generous spirit, and even though we may not have seen each other in the past few years you were in my thoughts and heart. I will miss you. You are as you always said my other Grandma, you watched us kids grow into adulthood and would share your wisdom if we came to you. I Love you and will carry you in my heart for the rest of my life. Until we meet again Grandma. Love you and give Mom a hug for me.

  6. Burelean Robertson;

    One of the kindest, sweetest, God fearing ladies I ever knew has gone home to be with our Lord, Jesus Christ. I met Burelean when I started dating her niece, Linda in 1982. Linda was like another daughter to Burelean, living in California with her roots in Kentucky. Soon Linda and I married and I too became part of the family, and the Harveys and Robertsons were united as one extended family. Linda and I lived next door to Burelean and Virgil for several years early on in our marriage. We attended church with Burelean, family functions with the Robertsons, and Burelean attended family functions with the Harveys.

    The years have passed quickly these last three decades. Linda and I long since moved to the Santa Clarita area, and Michael has married and lives in Riverside now. Over these many years we often visited or spoke to Burelean, but never often enough. Viola celebrated Burelean€™s 85th birthday in 2010 with a wonderful family get together in Lawndale, where Linda, Michael and I were able to attend. I posted a little memory of photos from that visit here at:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v

    These are a small sample of how we will remember our Aunt, our Mother, our Sister, our Burelean, until we meet again in the Lord€™s house.

    Amen and God Bless.

  7. Our sympathy to Burelean’s family she will be missed by us all. She has been a friend for many years and considered as part of our family. Rest in peace dear friend until we meet again. We love you. The Saylors and Ingrams

  8. We were very fortunate to have known this woman, She was loved by everyone who knew her.
    Love and prayers to the family.
    Dave & Evelyn Carter

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