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Aspen Grove Cemetery

Po Box 8
Burlington, IA n, IA
(319) 752-3619
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Burlington Leyda Burrus and Metz Inc

1500 Osborn Street
Burlington, IA 52601
(319) 752-4654
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Burlington Memorial Park Cemetary

10993 115th Avenue
Burlington, IA 52601
(319) 754-7852
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Hass Thielen Funeral Home

2102 South Main Street
Burlington, IA 52601
(319) 752-2828
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Prugh Funeral Service

317 North 4th Street
Burlington, IA 52601
(319) 754-8241
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Readinger Chip Funeral Director

2620 Mount Pleasant Street
Burlington, IA 52601
(319) 752-2771
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Runyon Don Funeral Director

2620 Mount Pleasant Street
Burlington, IA 52601
(319) 752-2771
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Burlington IA Obituaries and Death Notices

Deaths for June 8 - Monroe News Star

Saturday, June 10, 2017

File photo(Photo: File photo)Dorian Bluford, 33Dorian Bluford of Monroe, a manager at Burlington, died Tuesday May 30. Services are 1 p.m. Saturday at Greater Free Gift B.C. Visitation is TBA under the direction of McFarland Funeral Company of Monroe. Burial will be at Richwood Memorial Garden.Edna Franklin, 83DUBACH Edna L. Franklin died Tuesday. Arrangements are incomplete under the direction of Kilpatrick Funeral Home of Ruston.Ruby Holleman, 91BASTROP Ruby Holleman, a homemaker, died Tuesday. Graveside services are 1 p.m. Friday at Saint Rest Baptist Church Cemetery, Dubach. Visitation is 5-7 p.m. Thursday at Golden Funeral Home, Bastrop.Frank B. Jones, 83DELHI Frank B. Jones, a pastor and retired school bus driver, died Sunday. Services are 11 a.m. Monday at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Delhi. Visitation is Sunday at McFarland Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in the church cemetery.Elbert Lucas, 55LAKE PROVIDENCE Elbert Lee Lucas, a laborer, died Monday, May 29. Services are 1 p.m. Saturday at the General Trans High School Auditorium. Visitation is 1-4 p.m. Friday a...

Kenneth Donnelly

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Sunday, April 2nd surrounded by his family, from a brain tumor he had courageously battled for 8 months. Senator Donnelly represented the 4th Middlesex district including Arlington, Burlington, Billerica, Woburn and Lexington, precincts 1, 2, and 4 thru 7. Prior to serving in the Massachusetts Senate, Senator Donnelly was a firefighter for 37 years in the Town of Lexington, and legislative agent and the secretary treasurer of the Professional Firefighters of Massachusetts. Senator Donnelly leaves behind his loving wife of 47 years, Judy; his beloved children Ryan and his wife Sabrina, Keith and his wife Melissa, and Brenna and her husband Jason; his 5 grandchildren Luke, Jonah, Coben, Jack and Layla; his brothers Paul, Rusty and John and the late Albert and Steven; sisters and brothers-in law; nieces and nephews; and a large extended family and group of friends who loved and admired him. Ken was happiest when cooking for his family and friends with his daughter Brenna, hiking the white mountains with Ryan, watching and playing sports with Keith, traveling across the country with his wife Judy, and spending time with his grandchildren in his favorite spots in New Hampshire and Maine. He was an avid reader of history and ...

Obituary: Matthew Henry Young, 1948-2017 - Seven Days

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Vermont. (He had worked at a summer camp in Marlboro and had fond memories of the Green Mountain State. Plus, at the Ocean Club he had met some fun-loving girls from Burlington.)In 1989, Matt arrived in Vermont with an offer to manage a restaurant. Instead, he took a job bartending at another one. Soon, this bachelor would meet the woman who captured his heart, Sheryl Bellman. They soon became inseparable. The year they both turned 50 — in 1998 — they decided to get married. Sheryl suggested that Matt get a job at VocRehab, because he could teach people how to work. A professional degree was unnecessary: As Matt liked to say, nothing trains you better for social work than being a bartender.Then, he moved on to a psychiatric hospital diversion program and excelled at it. He did it the way he did everything: very nicely. He liked to cook for people and become close to them. When the Howard Center received a grant to open a shelter, Matt worked there for several years.In 2000, he was hired to start and lead a Street Outreach Team to deal with myriad problematic behaviors in downtown Burlington. For the next 16 years Matt worked tirelessly, out on Church Street nearly every day regardless of weather. He handled social problems at the most basic street level: He developed trusting relationships, engaged the disenfranchised, helped people in need, and set some standards of behavior on the Marketplace. He did this with patience, grace and style.Matt’s significant career shift to social services changed not just his own life but the lives of many in Burlington. Over his years in the restaurant business, he had learned how to talk to anyone and everyone, and that gift served him well on the street. He navigated the social strata of downtown, from the homeless and mentally ill to merchants and store employees to police and his coworkers. He formed genuine relationships with people from whom others often turned away. They could always count on him to be there. Matt could be tough, but he was also kind, honest, witty, wise and generous — a role model for the others who would join him on the Street Outreach Team.The Street Outreach program became nationally known and was replicated in other cities. Matt earned multiple awards for his services — including a 2009 United Way Community Impact Award. On behalf of his team he accepted the Coveted Badge Award from the Burlington Police Department in 2014 for “significant contributions to the safety and wellbeing of the Burlington community.”Aside from his job, Matt loved good food and wine, and made a wonderful linguine alle vongole, among other dishes enjoyed by family and friends. He was a devoted Patriots fan. He also loved playing golf and going to Jamaica for vacation every winter, which he did with Sheryl for 22 years. At age 68, Matt passed on Thursday, March 23, of complications from melanoma.He is survived by his loving partner of 27 years, Sheryl Bellman...

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Deaths for June 8 - Monroe News Star

Saturday, June 10, 2017

File photo(Photo: File photo)Dorian Bluford, 33Dorian Bluford of Monroe, a manager at Burlington, died Tuesday May 30. Services are 1 p.m. Saturday at Greater Free Gift B.C. Visitation is TBA under the direction of McFarland Funeral Company of Monroe. Burial will be at Richwood Memorial Garden.Edna Franklin, 83DUBACH Edna L. Franklin died Tuesday. Arrangements are incomplete under the direction of Kilpatrick Funeral Home of Ruston.Ruby Holleman, 91BASTROP Ruby Holleman, a homemaker, died Tuesday. Graveside services are 1 p.m. Friday at Saint Rest Baptist Church Cemetery, Dubach. Visitation is 5-7 p.m. Thursday at Golden Funeral Home, Bastrop.Frank B. Jones, 83DELHI Frank B. Jones, a pastor and retired school bus driver, died Sunday. Services are 11 a.m. Monday at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Delhi. Visitation is Sunday at McFarland Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in the church cemetery.Elbert Lucas, 55LAKE PROVIDENCE Elbert Lee Lucas, a laborer, died Monday, May 29. Services are 1 p.m. Saturday at the General Trans High School Auditorium. Visitation is 1-4 p.m. Friday a...

Kenneth Donnelly

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Sunday, April 2nd surrounded by his family, from a brain tumor he had courageously battled for 8 months. Senator Donnelly represented the 4th Middlesex district including Arlington, Burlington, Billerica, Woburn and Lexington, precincts 1, 2, and 4 thru 7. Prior to serving in the Massachusetts Senate, Senator Donnelly was a firefighter for 37 years in the Town of Lexington, and legislative agent and the secretary treasurer of the Professional Firefighters of Massachusetts. Senator Donnelly leaves behind his loving wife of 47 years, Judy; his beloved children Ryan and his wife Sabrina, Keith and his wife Melissa, and Brenna and her husband Jason; his 5 grandchildren Luke, Jonah, Coben, Jack and Layla; his brothers Paul, Rusty and John and the late Albert and Steven; sisters and brothers-in law; nieces and nephews; and a large extended family and group of friends who loved and admired him. Ken was happiest when cooking for his family and friends with his daughter Brenna, hiking the white mountains with Ryan, watching and playing sports with Keith, traveling across the country with his wife Judy, and spending time with his grandchildren in his favorite spots in New Hampshire and Maine. He was an avid reader of history and ...

Obituary: Matthew Henry Young, 1948-2017 - Seven Days

Saturday, April 08, 2017

Vermont. (He had worked at a summer camp in Marlboro and had fond memories of the Green Mountain State. Plus, at the Ocean Club he had met some fun-loving girls from Burlington.)In 1989, Matt arrived in Vermont with an offer to manage a restaurant. Instead, he took a job bartending at another one. Soon, this bachelor would meet the woman who captured his heart, Sheryl Bellman. They soon became inseparable. The year they both turned 50 — in 1998 — they decided to get married. Sheryl suggested that Matt get a job at VocRehab, because he could teach people how to work. A professional degree was unnecessary: As Matt liked to say, nothing trains you better for social work than being a bartender.Then, he moved on to a psychiatric hospital diversion program and excelled at it. He did it the way he did everything: very nicely. He liked to cook for people and become close to them. When the Howard Center received a grant to open a shelter, Matt worked there for several years.In 2000, he was hired to start and lead a Street Outreach Team to deal with myriad problematic behaviors in downtown Burlington. For the next 16 years Matt worked tirelessly, out on Church Street nearly every day regardless of weather. He handled social problems at the most basic street level: He developed trusting relationships, engaged the disenfranchised, helped people in need, and set some standards of behavior on the Marketplace. He did this with patience, grace and style.Matt’s significant career shift to social services changed not just his own life but the lives of many in Burlington. Over his years in the restaurant business, he had learned how to talk to anyone and everyone, and that gift served him well on the street. He navigated the social strata of downtown, from the homeless and mentally ill to merchants and store employees to police and his coworkers. He formed genuine relationships with people from whom others often turned away. They could always count on him to be there. Matt could be tough, but he was also kind, honest, witty, wise and generous — a role model for the others who would join him on the Street Outreach Team.The Street Outreach program became nationally known and was replicated in other cities. Matt earned multiple awards for his services — including a 2009 United Way Community Impact Award. On behalf of his team he accepted the Coveted Badge Award from the Burlington Police Department in 2014 for “significant contributions to the safety and wellbeing of the Burlington community.”Aside from his job, Matt loved good food and wine, and made a wonderful linguine alle vongole, among other dishes enjoyed by family and friends. He was a devoted Patriots fan. He also loved playing golf and going to Jamaica for vacation every winter, which he did with Sheryl for 22 years. At age 68, Matt passed on Thursday, March 23, of complications from melanoma.He is survived by his loving partner of 27 years, Sheryl Bellman...